Coin concepts are difficult for young learners. Children may not have much exposure to coins. When they do use coins, they are likely to have difficulty in recognizing the value of the coins. U.S. coins foster misconceptions because the size of the coins are not related to their value. For example, the dime is smaller than the nickel and the penny but is larger in value. To make coin concepts more accessible, we can use a tangible representation of the coins. I developed these coin sticks to help young learners make sense of coins and learn to use them in meaningful ways. These sticks are also versatile and provide opportunities for young learners to practice counting, skip counting, and so much more.