Canadian Money Counting Workbook

Money workbooks are a great way for children to learn essential money-counting skills such as skip-counting, addition and subtraction with coins and bills, making change from a dollar, and more through various math activities that are both fun and educational!

This workbook starts with a basic introduction to all CANADIAN currency coins and bills, dollars, and cents. basic money exercises such as identifying and counting coins.

Includes true pictures of currencies for a better understanding of money counting:
Half Dollar
Five Dollar
Ten Dollar
Twenty Dollar
Fifty Dollars
One Hundred Dollars

Includes exercise pages for:
Match the coins with its name
Match the notes with price tags
Count the coins
Count the bills
Count the coins and with the correct amount of money
Calculate the total amount of money in each jar
Counting total money in piggy bank
Count the sets of coins and write the total value for each sets
Count the sets of bills and write the total value for each set
Counts bills and coins and write the total value for each set
Recognize different bills from pictures and write their value
Circle the coins to make a specific amount
Tick the bills to make a specific amount
Multi-choice questions
Going to the cafe solving questions
Going shopping solving questions
Read money in words and write their value in numbers
Counting different assortments of money and solving the questions
Menu maths
Solving Addition and subtraction word problems

Answer keys are given on the back pages

In this Money Counting workbook for kids, kids can practice what the number on the currency coin or bill signifies. This workbook will help kids visually observe and mentally resolve how the value of multiple currencies can be added together to arrive at the net value.

All the exercises in this money counting workbook are well-paced and age-appropriate.

Money counting exercise boosts your child’s counting and number skills, including skip counting. A quarter equals five nickels or two dimes and one nickel or three nickels and one dime and many such combinations included. It helps in quickly recognizing and counting coins and bills by asking kids to “circle the coins” or “tick the bills” needed to make a specific amount.

88 pages of 8.50” x 11″ gives plenty of space to complete each exercise.

Counting Canadian Coins and Bills” is the perfect educational tool for children eager to delve into the world of Canadian currency. Whether at home or in the classroom, this book promises to make learning about money enjoyable, interactive, and educational. Embark on a fun learning adventure through the fascinating realm of Canadian money today!

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