Get a sneak peek of what's inside our printable book "Money (Grades K-4)," with this gallery. These lessons and activities will help educate your students about classifying currency, counting coins, making change, buying food, banking, and more! Elementary students will benefit immensely from this introduction to money.
Students practice money-based arithmetic problems.
Learn about the functions and benefits of the American banking system.
Help students practice using coins and bills in various amounts. This is a perfect worksheet for introducing handling money in "real" life.
In this printable activity, students generate a Christmas wish list and calculate the costs of the items they desire. This is a great way for students to practice their math skills while enjoying planning for the holidays.
In order to determine whether Mary Jo has enough money to go camping, students create a budget spreadsheet that tracks her monthly income and expenses. This computer lesson utilizes the Fill Right, Fill Down, and SUM function in Microsoft Excel®. The Excel software application is required for this spreadsheet activity.
With this printable math activity, students create a shopping list for Thanksgiving. Then they use their arithmetic skills to calculate costs of the meal.
Demonstrate how money adds up with these math games and activities on foreign currency, coin minting, and creating a budget.
Students convert money to the smallest number of bills and coins.
A printable sheet of coins to be cut out and used with math and money lessons.
Students use charts to classify U.S. coins and foreign coins.
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