These worksheets are designed to allow students to practice money skills with simple combinations of coins and combinations of bills. I made them for a group of students in special education who wanted to have homework worksheets like their peers but who needed simplified tasks. They would be effective for general education students learning money skills as well as for special education students of all ages working on use of money. They produce a permanent product that can be used for alternate assessments. Although they were designed as worksheets, they could also be put on file folders and laminated to be reusable.
**This product is available as part of a larger bundle including a kit for setting up structured work systems for students with autism and special needs. If you are in need of schedule visuals and materials for the work system itself at intermediate and secondary ages, please check out: Structured Work System Secondary Starter Bundle LIfe Skills Kit and Tasks
The students cut the item with the price and glue it to the space next to the collection of money. Each worksheet revolves around a store with items and prices and 10 problems with either combinations of coins or combinations of bills ($1-$20). There are 35 worksheets total that include the following:
5 worksheets with combinations of pennies up to 10 cents
5 worksheets with combinations of nickels up to 50 cents
5 worksheets with combinations of dimes up to $1.00
4 worksheets with combinations of quarters up to $2.50
4 worksheets with single coins and combinations of 2 coins
4 worksheets with combinations of 3 coins
4 worksheets with $1 bills up to $10
4 worksheets with single bills and combinations of 2 bills ($1, $5, $10, and $20)
The answer keys are at the end of the packet and are included for all the worksheets.
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For other resources appropriate for students working on a life skills or functional curriculum, check out the following:
Money Essentials Bundle for Special Education
Money Task Cards 1: Groceries
Next Dollar Up Task Cards: Money Skills [Special Education]
How Many Dollars? Task Cards: Money [Next Dollar] Skills [Special Education]
Next Dollar Up Worksheets
Shopping for a Match: Worksheets for Teaching Basic Money Skills is copyrighted by Christine Reeve 2013 for single classroom use only. Please send others interested back to this site to purchase their own copy. For volume discounts for districts, please email me at email@example.com. Thank you for purchasing!