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Penny

US Coins

Learn about major US coins and do simple coin arithmetic problems.


US Coins Sequencing Cards

Cut out the four cards and arrange them so they show the coins (penny, nickel dime, and quarter) in order of their value.
US coins Matching

US Coins Matching Printout

Draw lines between each US coin, its name, and its value. Or go to the answers.


Simple Math with 100 Small Items

Have each student bring 100 small items from home in a ziplock bag (pennies, dried beans, paper clips, buttons, pebbles, etc. - avoid edibles like jelly beans or m&m's, because they'll probably be eaten before the math activity is completed). In class you can investigate how 100 items look, how you can divide them into 10 groups of 10, 5 groups of 20, 4 groups of 25, or 2 groups of 50.

The Penny

Penny
The penny is a US coin worth one cent. One hundred pennies make a dollar. One cent can be written 1¢ or $0.01.

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The Nickel

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The nickel is a US coin worth five cents. Twenty nickels make a dollar. One nickel can be written 5¢ or $0.05.

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The Dime

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The dime is a US coin worth ten cents. Ten dimes make a dollar. One dime can be written 10¢ or $0.10.

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The Quarter

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The quarter (also called a quarter dollar) is a US coin worth twenty five cents. Four quarters make a dollar. One quarter can be written 25¢ or $0.25.

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US Coins

Learn about the major US coins in circulation.
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Penny Coloring Page Printout

Color the front and back of a penny in this printout.
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Color US Coins

Color four US coins, front and back.
US coins to label

US Coins: Label Me Printout

Label the US coins and what they are worth.
Answers
dollar=sample answer

Make Change for a Dollar

Write down as many ways as can you to make change for a dollar using half-dollars (50¢), quarters (25¢), dimes (10¢), nickels (5¢) and/or pennies (1¢).
dollar=sample answer

Make Change for a Quarter

Write down as many ways as can you to make change for a quarter using dimes (10¢), nickels (5¢) and/or pennies (1¢).
Write Coin Values

Draw Coins to Buy Items

For each item, draw the coins that you would need to buy it. Use pennies (1¢), nickels (5¢), dimes (10¢) and/or quarters (25¢). #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9.
Write Coin Values

Write Coin Values

Write the values of the coins in each circle so that they equal the money total. #1: from 10¢-30¢, #2: from 20¢-50¢, #3: from 25¢-75¢, #4: from 25¢-75¢, #5: from 6¢-12¢, #6: from 13¢-17¢, #7: from 18¢-23¢, #8: from 24¢-23¢, #9: from 31¢-35¢, #10: from 31¢-35¢, #11: from 41¢-45¢, #12: from 46¢-51¢.
Make Amounts with Coins

Make Amounts with Coins

Find different ways of making amounts with coins.
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Worksheet #2. Or go to the answers.
Worksheet #3. Or go to the answers.
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Worksheet #6. Or go to the answers.
Worksheet #7. Or go to the answers.
Worksheet #8. Or go to the answers.
Write Coin Values

Making Change Pages

Many printable worksheets on making change with coins.
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Making Change with Dollars:
Printable Worksheets

These printable worksheets are exercised in making change with dollars. If you pay for items with dollars, how much change would you get.
Write Coin Values

Draw Coins #1

For each amount of money, draw the coins that equal that amount. Use pennies (1¢), nickels (5¢), dimes (10¢) and/or quarters (25¢). Go to the answers.
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US One Dollar Bill (Printable)

Print (and color) the front of three US one dollar bills. These can be used to practice adding money and making change.
Sorting

Sorting: Color and Count the US Coins #1

Color and then count the US coins: pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Go to the answers.
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Sorting: Color and Count the US Coins #2

Color and then count the US coins: pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Go to the answers.
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Sorting: Color and Count the US Coins #3

Color and then count the US coins: pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Go to the answers.
US dollar back

US One Dollar Bill Reverse (Printable)

Print (and color) the reverse of three US one dollar bills. These can be used to practice adding money and making change.

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