TEACHING AND LEARNING COUNTING CHANGE -  MONEY WORKSHEET - LESSON PLAN - CALIFORNIA STANDARDS - MAKING CHANGE

# MULTIPLE COIN COMBINATIONS LESSON

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Students identify different coin combinations that equal the same amount.  For example, identify two different ways to make change for a dollar.  Random worksheet includes multiple configuration options. American, Canadian, British and Euro Coins.  Includes Canadian and British dollar and two dollar (loonies and toonie) coins.

 LESSON LEARNED     Multiple Coin Combinations.

 OTHER SKILLS REINFORCED Basic Math

 SUGGESTED GRADE LEVELS   2+ Primary Education Special Education

 WORKSHEET Instructions   Students should identify 2 (or more) ways to equal the amount shown in the first column.  Write the number of coins needed in the blank columns.  The first answer is given (optional).   Select one of the basic worksheets below, or create your own custom worksheet.

BEGINNER

Amounts less than \$1.00

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Amounts less than \$3.00

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CUSTOM WORKSHEET

Create your own custom worksheet.  Select number of questions,

amounts to use, and other information.

Make the following selections, then select "Get Worksheet".

Questions

Highest Amount to identify

\$

Note:  Highest amount is .25 for American currencies.

\$2.00 for Canadian, and British coins - Loonie, Toonie)

Number of Combinations

Note:  Maximum of 1 combination

per coin.

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Coin Type

You may select ONE currency type per worksheet.

Normal Coin Front

 Coin Backs Amount Names Canadian Coins Euros British Coins

Note - some coin types are larger,

so you may need to reduce the number of

questions per page.

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