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Counting coin worksheets, including PDF practice printables for counting and calculating sets of the same coin or of multiple types of coins. There are also worksheets with coins in order by denomination as well as in random order, just like they come out of your pocket...

Counting money is the next step when students know basic monetary values and can use skills like skip counting to figure out how many bills add up to a particular dollar value. The worksheets on this page start with a certain number of specific bills, then progress to mixed bills and finally to combinations of bills with coins. When students are comfortable determining how much money is shown in these problems, they will be ready for the **Comparing Money Worksheets** and **Making Change Worksheets** that use this the results of this skill for more complicated problems.

It may be helpful print and cut out the **Play Money** as a physical aid if students struggle to complete some of these operations mentally.