This coin worksheet is modified from the middle school number relationships and computation curriculum. It is excellent for special education students who require an alternate or modified curriculum.
This worksheet allows students to summarize what they have learned about coin values. has students cut out four boxes at the bottom of a page. They are then asked to complete the sentences about the value of the coins.
This worksheet aligns with Maryland content standard:
Given a penny, nickel, and dime, student will identify the name and value of each coin.
This worksheet is an excellent resource for IEP documentation data.
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