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Identifying Coins: Couch Fishing

Game

Identifying Coins: Couch Fishing

Kids identify US coins in this interactive money math game.

1st grade

Math

Game

Money Math: Piggy Bank

Game

Money Math: Piggy Bank

Kids practice counting up coins and adding money to this virtual piggy bank.

2nd grade

Math

Game

Money Math: Shopping with Penelope

Game

Money Math: Shopping with Penelope

Kids identify and add up coins in this money manipulatives game.

2nd grade

Math

Game

Money, Money, Money!

Workbook

Money, Money, Money!

This workbook is all about helping first graders ace their money math. Counting coins, word problems, and coin matching will help familiarize kids with the basics of money.

1st grade

Math

Workbook

Dollars and Sense

Workbook

Dollars and Sense

This workbook makes sense of cents and the dollar bill. This set of worksheets will usher kids through counting, matching prices to money, and making change, with word problems and visual aids.

2nd grade

Math

Workbook

Money Terms

Worksheet

Money Terms

Help your third grader learn the language of money with this worksheet all about money and the words that go with it.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Making Change at the Toy Store

Worksheet

Making Change at the Toy Store

On this second grade math worksheet, kids solve money word problems about making change on a fun trip to the toy store.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Making Change: Coffee Shop Math

Worksheet

Making Change: Coffee Shop Math

Kids love holding, counting, and pretending with money, so why not add in a little math practice on the side? Kids add up the orders and figure out the change.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Money Word Problems #1

Worksheet

Money Word Problems #1

These word problem worksheets on money will have your 1st-grader making change in no time.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Word Problems Addition

Worksheet

Word Problems Addition

Featuring word problems all about shopping and money, this worksheet is a great way to practice 3-digit addition.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Math Money Word Problems

Worksheet

Math Money Word Problems

Money math is an important part of everyday life. Help your little one learn to add and subtract money sums with these word problems.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Money

Guided Lesson

Money

As second graders deepen their understanding of value, money will take an important place in the math curriculum. You can help teach kids the value of coins with this guided money lesson, designed by our team of curriculum experts. The lesson features targeted instruction and helpful exercises that provide practical real-life examples for kids to use in practicing this skill.

2nd grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Money Math Word Problems

Worksheet

Money Math Word Problems

Give your second grader a fun way to practice money math! These word problems will let him practice applying math concepts to real life situations.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Understanding Word Problems: Money

Worksheet

Understanding Word Problems: Money

Use this worksheet to support your learner as they use their reading skills in math. They will read word problems and identify the important information. With this skill, they are sure to gain a better grasp on how to solve word problems!

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Farmers Market Math

Workbook

Farmers Market Math

The farmers market theme makes math practice playful for beginners. This book hits all the sweet spots of kindergarten math with word problems from fact families to coin counting, games to graphing.

Kindergarten

Math

Workbook

Adding Money Amounts

Worksheet

Adding Money Amounts

How much does that hamburger cost? Give your little spender a hand in counting up coins and dollars to equal an amount.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Identifying Coin Values

Lesson Plan

Identifying Coin Values

We know that exposure and repetition are very important when teaching students to recognize coins and identify their values. Use this hands-on lesson that can be used alongside Counting Coins or as an independent lesson!

2nd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Using Money

Worksheet

Using Money

Using money is a skill we use almost every day! Help your kindergartener practice using money with this fun grocery shopping activity.

Kindergarten

Math

Worksheet

What's the Problem?

Lesson Plan

What's the Problem?

High order thinking skills are critical skills for students of all ages. In this lesson, your students will create word problems about money.

2nd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

How Much Money?

Worksheet

How Much Money?

A worksheet for 1st-graders on simple addition and money-counting skills.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Adding Money Word Problems

Worksheet

Adding Money Word Problems

Tristan had 74¢ and Juniper gave him a quarter. How much does he have now? Kids will practice identifying coins and using the part-part-whole concept (number bonds) to solve money word problems in this two-digit addition worksheet.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Add It Up! Counting Money

Lesson Plan

Add It Up! Counting Money

Students will work together as well as individually to add up coins to a desired amount. This real life skill will be made fun when students get to physically count out their cents!

2nd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Compare and Contrast Money

Worksheet

Compare and Contrast Money

Help your students critically think about money by using active questioning techniques! This worksheet is perfect to use during the introduction to any lesson involving money.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Purchasing Items and Making Change

Lesson Plan

Purchasing Items and Making Change

This lesson provides students with instruction in strategies based on number sense. Use this lesson alongside Show Me the Money: Understanding Value or as a stand-alone lesson.

2nd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Making Change: Stationery Math

Worksheet

Making Change: Stationery Math

When it comes to money, kids can't get enough. Turn shopkeeper pretend play into math practice with a little worksheet on making change.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

If your students have mastered the basics of money, then you can challenge them with some word problems. Money word problems help students understand the words we use when talking about money. You can teach kids how to solve word problems with worksheets or activities that include real money. For review, you can use our worksheets on adding money.

Once your student understands the basic concepts of dealing with money in a mathematical sense, you can begin to challenge their understanding with word problems. Word problems push students to apply their understanding of mathematical concepts in real world scenarios.

The key to correctly solving a word problem is to determine the correct equation required to find the answer. The first step is to read the problem slowly and more than once. The goal is to identify certain keywords or phrases in the problem to tell us which operations we’re going to be performing.

Here are some sample keywords or phrases to look for:

As your student identifies these words and phrases they could highlight or underline them. Practicing with some of the resources provided by Education.com above may help your student with this.

Many word problems may require several steps to complete. Carefully reading the problem completely will allow your student to be aware of all of the necessary steps. In addition, when your student reaches the answer, they need to write the answer fully. For example, if the question is asking how much money Thomas would have, and the answer is $10, the full answer should read, “Tom would have $10.”

Teaching your student to take their time, read carefully to identify the keywords and phrases, and fully answer the question will allow them to further their understanding of mathematical concepts related to money.

The key to correctly solving a word problem is to determine the correct equation required to find the answer. The first step is to read the problem slowly and more than once. The goal is to identify certain keywords or phrases in the problem to tell us which operations we’re going to be performing.

Here are some sample keywords or phrases to look for:

- Addition: Total, In all, All together
- Subtraction: Difference, How much more, Less than
- Multiplication: Total, Group, Double
- Division: Half, Fourth, Each

As your student identifies these words and phrases they could highlight or underline them. Practicing with some of the resources provided by Education.com above may help your student with this.

Many word problems may require several steps to complete. Carefully reading the problem completely will allow your student to be aware of all of the necessary steps. In addition, when your student reaches the answer, they need to write the answer fully. For example, if the question is asking how much money Thomas would have, and the answer is $10, the full answer should read, “Tom would have $10.”

Teaching your student to take their time, read carefully to identify the keywords and phrases, and fully answer the question will allow them to further their understanding of mathematical concepts related to money.