# Dollars and Sense: Understanding Money

It's one of those life skills that will definitely come in handy in the future. All those different coins and bills may look similar, but they have a bunch of different values, and that fact can make the learning process a little confusing. It doesn't matter whether your kid is just getting to know the basics of hard currency or needs a little practise mastering his coin values. Our worksheets are great for money practise. Check out this wealth of money worksheets great for a range of ages.

This worksheet, featuring nickels, dimes, quarters, pennies and a half dollar, will help your early learner with his money counting skills.

### Small Change Match-Up

In this year two maths worksheet, your child will practise counting and adding up change, matching each group of coins to another group with equal value.

### Coin Counting: Sum it Up!

In this fun introduction to coins, your child practices counting and adding coins to find the total monetary value of each pile.

### Snack Attack: Counting Change

Shopping is fun, but it can be educational, too! Your child will count each group of coins, then draw lines to connect them to their corresponding price tags.

### Shop Cents: Matching Money

Let's go shopping! Your child will add up the value of each group of coins, and then draw lines from the coins to the items that cost the same amount.

### Coin Subtraction

Understanding how to make change is a necessary skill for real life. In this worksheet, your kid will subtract the price of an item he wants from coins he has.

### Pocket Change: What

Help your kid flex his financial savvy! He'll practise making change by subtracting the price of an item he wants to buy from available coins.

### How Much Change?

How much change? In this worksheet, your child will subtract the price of an item from the coins she has, to determine how much money she has left.

### Count the Coins

On this year four maths worksheet, kids use addition and/or multiplication skills to determine the total value of each set of coins.

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