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This money unit has 31 worksheets and 8 fun center activities to help students master money value skills. This unit is made for second grade, and it would also be appropriate for advanced first graders and third graders needing extra practice.

**Concepts Covered Include:**

*Coin Recognition-pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters

*Bill Recognition-$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100

*Value of Coins-pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters

*Value of Bills-$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100

*Counting Coins & Bills

*Comparing (Which is Less & Which is More. Greater Than, Less Than, & Equal To)

*Determining total value

*Determining if there is enough money to buy items

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**Below is a description of each worksheet.**

1. Front & Back Match Up-Cut & glue to match fronts of coins with backs of coins.

2. Color By Money:Coins-Color the type of coin the given color

3. Color By Money:Bills-Color the type of bill the given color

4. What is the Value? (Pennies)-Add the pennies to find the total value

5. What is the Value? (Nickels)-Add the nickels to find the total value

6. What is the Value? (Dimes)-Add the dimes to find the total value

7. What is the Value? (Quarters)-Add the quarters to find the total value

8. What is the Value? ($1 Bill)-Add the $1 bills to find the total value

9. What is the Value? ($5 Bill)-Add the $5 bills to find the total value

10. What is the Value? ($10 Bill)-Add the $10 bills to find the total value

11. What is the Value? ($20 Bill)-Add the $20 bills to find the total value

12. What is the Value? ($50 Bill)-Add the $50 bills to find the total value

13. What is the Value? ($100 Bill)-Add the $100 bills to find the total value

14. What's in the Pig? (Coins Only)-Find the value of the coins in each pig

15. What's in the Pig? (Bills Only)-Find the value of the bills in each pig

16. What's in the Pig? (Bills & Coins)-Find the value of the bills & coins in each pig

17. Cut and Glue Coins-Match pictures of coins to numbers

18. Cut and Glue Bills-Match pictures of bills to numbers

19. Cut and Glue Bills & Coins-Match pictures of bills & coins to numbers

20. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Coins Only

21. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Bills Only

22. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Bills & Coins

23. Which is More? (Coins Only)-Use a dot marker to mark the greater amount of money

24. Which is More? (Bills Only)-Use a dot marker to mark the greater amount of money

25. Which is More? (Bills & Coins)-Use a dot marker to mark the greater amount of money

26. Which is Less? (Coins Only)-Color the set of money that is less

27. Which is Less? (Bills Only)-Color the set of money that is less

28. Which is Less? (Bills & Coins)-Color the set of money that is less

29. Do You Have Enough? (Coins Only)-Determine if the given amount of money is enough to buy the given item

30. Do You Have Enough? (Bills Only)-Determine if the given amount of money is enough to buy the given item

31. Do You Have Enough? (Bills & Coins)-Determine if the given amount of money is enough to buy the given item

***Answer Keys Are Included***

**Below is a description of each center activity.**

1. Clip Cards-Cards have pictures of coins, bills, or coins & bills and three possible answers for the amount of money shown. Students use clothespins to mark the correct answer.

2. Money Match Up-There are two sets of cards. One set has pictures of coins, bills, or coins & Bills. The other set has number values. Students match the picture cards to the number cards.

3. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Students place the symbols for greater than, less than, or equal two between to values on a set of numbers strips.

4. Ice Cream Scoops-Students choose an ice cream cone, which has a given value written on it. They then use the scoops of ice cream, which have pictures of coins and bills, to make the amount of money shown on the cone.

5. Shopping Cards-Cards have pictures of items and a price. Students use toy money to "buy" the items.

6. Do You Have Enough?-There are two sets of cards. One set has an item with a price. The other set has an amount of money. Students draw one of each card and determine if the amount of money is enough to buy the item.

7. Roll the Dice (Coins)-Students roll 4 dice, which each represent one type of coin. They write the numbers rolled on a recording sheet and add the number of coins to find the total value.

8. Roll the Dice (Bills)-Students roll 6 dice, which each represent one type of bill. They write the numbers rolled on a recording sheet and add the number of bills to find the total value.

***Toy Money & Clothespins Are Needed For Center Activities***

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*Coin Recognition-pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters

*Bill Recognition-$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100

*Value of Coins-pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters

*Value of Bills-$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100

*Counting Coins & Bills

*Comparing (Which is Less & Which is More. Greater Than, Less Than, & Equal To)

*Determining total value

*Determining if there is enough money to buy items

1. Front & Back Match Up-Cut & glue to match fronts of coins with backs of coins.

2. Color By Money:Coins-Color the type of coin the given color

3. Color By Money:Bills-Color the type of bill the given color

4. What is the Value? (Pennies)-Add the pennies to find the total value

5. What is the Value? (Nickels)-Add the nickels to find the total value

6. What is the Value? (Dimes)-Add the dimes to find the total value

7. What is the Value? (Quarters)-Add the quarters to find the total value

8. What is the Value? ($1 Bill)-Add the $1 bills to find the total value

9. What is the Value? ($5 Bill)-Add the $5 bills to find the total value

10. What is the Value? ($10 Bill)-Add the $10 bills to find the total value

11. What is the Value? ($20 Bill)-Add the $20 bills to find the total value

12. What is the Value? ($50 Bill)-Add the $50 bills to find the total value

13. What is the Value? ($100 Bill)-Add the $100 bills to find the total value

14. What's in the Pig? (Coins Only)-Find the value of the coins in each pig

15. What's in the Pig? (Bills Only)-Find the value of the bills in each pig

16. What's in the Pig? (Bills & Coins)-Find the value of the bills & coins in each pig

17. Cut and Glue Coins-Match pictures of coins to numbers

18. Cut and Glue Bills-Match pictures of bills to numbers

19. Cut and Glue Bills & Coins-Match pictures of bills & coins to numbers

20. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Coins Only

21. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Bills Only

22. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Bills & Coins

23. Which is More? (Coins Only)-Use a dot marker to mark the greater amount of money

24. Which is More? (Bills Only)-Use a dot marker to mark the greater amount of money

25. Which is More? (Bills & Coins)-Use a dot marker to mark the greater amount of money

26. Which is Less? (Coins Only)-Color the set of money that is less

27. Which is Less? (Bills Only)-Color the set of money that is less

28. Which is Less? (Bills & Coins)-Color the set of money that is less

29. Do You Have Enough? (Coins Only)-Determine if the given amount of money is enough to buy the given item

30. Do You Have Enough? (Bills Only)-Determine if the given amount of money is enough to buy the given item

31. Do You Have Enough? (Bills & Coins)-Determine if the given amount of money is enough to buy the given item

***Answer Keys Are Included***

1. Clip Cards-Cards have pictures of coins, bills, or coins & bills and three possible answers for the amount of money shown. Students use clothespins to mark the correct answer.

2. Money Match Up-There are two sets of cards. One set has pictures of coins, bills, or coins & Bills. The other set has number values. Students match the picture cards to the number cards.

3. Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To-Students place the symbols for greater than, less than, or equal two between to values on a set of numbers strips.

4. Ice Cream Scoops-Students choose an ice cream cone, which has a given value written on it. They then use the scoops of ice cream, which have pictures of coins and bills, to make the amount of money shown on the cone.

5. Shopping Cards-Cards have pictures of items and a price. Students use toy money to "buy" the items.

6. Do You Have Enough?-There are two sets of cards. One set has an item with a price. The other set has an amount of money. Students draw one of each card and determine if the amount of money is enough to buy the item.

7. Roll the Dice (Coins)-Students roll 4 dice, which each represent one type of coin. They write the numbers rolled on a recording sheet and add the number of coins to find the total value.

8. Roll the Dice (Bills)-Students roll 6 dice, which each represent one type of bill. They write the numbers rolled on a recording sheet and add the number of bills to find the total value.

***Toy Money & Clothespins Are Needed For Center Activities***

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Place Value Unit (2nd Grade)

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