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What's in your piggy bank?

Each piggy bank needs $0.30. This money math worksheet asks your child to draw the correct coins in each piggy bank and gives your child practice counting and adding change.

Adding up shapes

Each shape in this coloring math worksheet has a coin value. Your child will recognize geometric shapes and add up all the corresponding values.

Coin purse

You can have 3 coins in each purse. This money math worksheet shows your child a series of items with price tags, then asks your child the coins needed to buy each item.

Cents table

This money math worksheet gives your child two addition tables to complete by adding change (up to $0.50).

Coins of equal value

Circle the coins that add up to the amount shown. This money math worksheet gives your child practice adding up and comparing coin values.

Haunted house

How many bats do you see? And how many jack-o'-lanterns? In this Halloween coloring worksheet, your child will find and count visual elements and compare the amounts.

Geometric jack-o'-lantern

Make it spooky or silly. Use triangles, circles, and squares to draw a face on this Halloween coloring worksheet to transform this pumpkin into a jack-o'-lantern.

Which coin?

Penny, nickel, dime, or quarter? This money math worksheet lets your child practice counting and adding change.

Learning place value

This math worksheet gives your child practice at finding the 100s, 10s, and 1s places of 3-digit numbers.

Counting change

This money math worksheet gives your child practice adding up coins and comparing money values.

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