TEACHING AND LEARNING BEGINNING MONEY WORKSHEET LESSON PLAN HANDWRITING TRACING NUMBERS click to go to worksheet Note - Requires FULL Membership

Practice counting coins and using number tracing to write the respective amounts.

Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.

Answers are printed lightly for students to trace (write over).

 LESSON LEARNED Coin counting practice.   Coin Identification.   Number Tracing

 OTHER SKILLS REINFORCED Math - Adding

 SUGGESTED GRADE LEVELS pre-K to 2   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 of coin (such as all pennies).  Then slowly add additional types of coins.   More advanced students can increase the number of coins, and also count all types of coins.

LEVEL 1 (Easiest)

ONLY PENNIES

Count and trace pennies.

ONE COIN

Trace the value of a single coin.

LEVEL 2

ONLY NICKELS

Count and trace value of nickels only.

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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     1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8   SELECT ALL COIN TYPES DESIRED: Pennies  Nickels    Dimes     Quarters    Maximum number of coins per question         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10   Random number of coins    Face pictures                     Note - Requires FULL Membership

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