TEACHING AND LEARNING EARLY MONEY LESSON PLAN WORKSHEET click to go to worksheet

This is a good worksheet to help your students practice matching and counting coins. Match coin fronts to fronts, fronts to backs, numeric values, and word values. Includes many different selections of coin types and number of coins that you may configure and select. Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.

 LESSON LEARNED   Coin counting   Coin Identification   Pattern Recognition

 OTHER SKILLS REINFORCED Math - Addition

 GRADE LEVELS   pre-K to 3   Special Education Multiple levels.

 Suggested Money Lesson Plan for this Worksheet   Teach your students to identify coins and the value of each coin type.    Coins add up to larger values.

 WORKSHEET Instructions   This worksheet may be used in many different ways depending on the skill level of your students.   For students just beginning to identify coins, configure the worksheet to use only one type to two types of coins, and a fewer number of coins.  Then slowly add additional types of coins, or coin values, or coin words for more difficult worksheet lessons.

LEVEL 1 (Easiest)

ONLY PENNIES

Match pennies.

Single Coin.

Match Coins fronts and Backs.

Match Single coins to amount.

LEVEL 2

Match all coins.

Multiple Coins.

Match Coins fronts and Backs.

LEVEL 3

Match Multiple coins to amounts.

Create a more difficult, or easier worksheet to stress

specific coin types.  Select number of

questions, types of coins, number of coins (including random),

and face pictures.  Focus on specific coins, or use multiple types.

Number of questions

SELECT ALL COIN TYPES DESIRED:

Pennies

Nickels

Dimes

Quarters

Maximum number of

coins per question

Random number of coins

Face pictures

Coin Type 1st Coin

You may select ONE type per worksheet.

Normal Coin Front

 Coin Backs Amount Names Canadian Coins

Coin Type 2nd Coin

You may select ONE type per worksheet.

Normal Coin Front

 Coin Backs Amount Names Canadian Coins

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