# Coins Worksheets for Ages 6-9

Discover engaging Coins Worksheets for ages 6-9 that make learning about money fun and interactive! Our expertly designed worksheets at Kids Academy introduce children to the fascinating world of coins, helping them identify, count, and understand the value of various coins. Perfect for young learners, these printable activities support math skills development and financial literacy in a playful, approachable way. Encourage your child to master coin recognition and develop confidence with real-world math scenarios. Ideal for classroom and at-home learning, our Coins Worksheets offer a creative approach to teaching essential monetary skills. Start now and watch your child's money skills grow!

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## Assessment 3 Math Worksheet

Ariel needs to buy yarn. Do your kids know what yarn is? If they've seen you knit, they will. Help them solve the two word problems to figure out how many coins Ariel needs to buy it.
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## Counting Coins Worksheet

Help your students overcome their fear or aversion of counting and learning numbers with this fun worksheet! It features colorful pictures with four groups of coins. Ask the students to count each group, then trace the lines to the piggy bank. Show them it's easy to count and learn numbers!
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## Counting Coins Worksheet

It will challenge them to spend a given amount using the least coins possible. Perfect for 2nd grade. Help your child learn to count coins with this fun bakery-themed worksheet. It's perfect for 2nd graders and will challenge them to use the least coins possible to spend a set amount. Develop a valuable life skill and have fun while doing it!
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## Connecting the Values Money Worksheet

Counting games are a fun way to teach kids about money and counting money. We've learnt the penny, nickel, dime and quarter - can you identify them from the pictures? Draw a line from the smallest to the biggest value and remember the order. Kids Academy has more fun and informative worksheets on counting money.
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## How Many Coins Money Worksheet

Have fun while counting coins: look at the monsters and count the coins in their hands. Challenge your little learners to count and write down the number of coins each one has. Enjoy the time together!
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## Recognizing Money Money Worksheet

Help the piggy bank by coloring its coins with Kids Academy's free money worksheets! Learn the different coins and their values with your kids. Printable worksheets are available to continue the lesson. Let's learn and have fun!
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## One Cent or the Penny Money Worksheet

Counting money made easy with Kids Academy's new collection of worksheets! Start with the one cent coin, or "Penny": trace it and count the pennies to work out the total. Visit our site for more free, printable money worksheets.
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## Five Cents or the Nickel Money Worksheet

Counting money games help kids make learning money fun and easy. Next up: the 5 cent coin, or nickel. Look at both sides and remember them. Then, trace the word "nickel" to help you remember. Finally, count the nickels and work out amounts in cents. Let's do this! Kids Academy helps make money learning easy and fun!
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## Coin Names and Values Money Worksheet

Learning about money can be easy, interesting and fun! Start by memorizing names and values of coins and then try matching pictures of coins to the right names and values. Find a great selection of counting money worksheets at our web site and keep learning.
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## Ten Cents or the Dime Money Worksheet

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## Counting the Coins Money Worksheet

Count coins quickly and work out sums in cents. Remember the value of each coin!
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## Picking the Coins You Need Money Worksheet

Let's learn to count money with Parents and Kids Academy! Investigate a real shop together: buy a globe, pencils, books, and a school bag using coins. Then, circle the coins you'll need. Visit our website for more free and fun money games for kids!
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## 10 Dimes Worksheet

Get your students ready for the task by asking them to count as high as they can. Familiar objects are stacked in groups. Look at the picture and help them count the dimes. Circle the groups of 10. This worksheet will help kindergartners practice counting up to and recognizing 10 dimes.
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## Sweet Shop – Counting Coins Worksheet

Help your child get ready to buy sweet treats with this coin counting worksheet. It'll challenge them to use the fewest coins possible. With knowledge of coin values, they'll work out the right combination to get the sweets!
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## Twenty Five Cents or the Quarter Money Worksheet

Check out our new printable money games - learn to count money easily! With quarters, trace the word, count them and calculate the amount in cents. More worksheets at our website. Give it a try!
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Learning Skills

Understanding coins and basic currency is a crucial foundational skill for children aged 6-9. During these formative years, kids are developing their number sense and problem-solving abilities. Handling coins and money helps them grasp concepts like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and value comparison in a practical, engaging manner.

Parents and teachers play a significant role in fostering a child’s financial literacy. By introducing concepts of money early, they can teach children important life skills such as saving, spending wisely, and budgeting. These lessons, though simple, build a strong base for more complex financial understanding in the future.

Moreover, teaching children about coins promotes a sense of independence and responsibility. It empowers them to make informed choices and understand the outcomes of their decisions. Activities like counting coins, identifying different denominations, and making small purchases allow children to gain confidence and practical experience.

Incorporating physical money also reduces dependence on digital transactions and cultivates a tangible understanding of value, which can often be abstract in virtual contexts. Overall, by engaging with coins, children not only acquire mathematical skills but also develop sound money management practices, laying the groundwork for their future financial stability.