## Counting Money: Coins and Bills Greater than One Dollar – 2

This free downloadable worksheet features currency U.S. Currency counting problems with a combination of bills and coins adding up to more than \$1. This is the 2nd of 2 similar lessons.

## Counting Money: Coins and Bills Greater than One Dollar – 1

This printable worksheet features currency U.S. Currency counting problems with a combination of bills and coins adding up to more than \$1. This is the 1st of 2 similar lessons.

## Counting Money: Coins and Bills Puzzle, Difficulty Moderate

This printable worksheet covers counting money but with a fun twist.  Children are presented with a pile of bills and coins to count rather than having individual questions.   It is the less challenging of the two worksheets in this set.

## Counting Money: Coins and Bills Puzzle, Difficulty Challenging

This printable worksheet is a fun exercise that prompts children to count all of the coins and bills in one big pile of money rather than individual problems. It is the more challenging of the two worksheets in this set.

## Counting Money with Coins under \$1 – Unordered Set2

This printable worksheet covers counting coins with total amounts less than \$1.  It is the second set of unordered coins – coins placed randomly to make counting a bit more challenging.

## Counting Money with Coins under \$1 – Unordered Set1

This worksheet features Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Pennies placed randomly (unordered) which is a little more challenging than our ordered sets.  All coin amounts in this set add up to less than 1 dollar.

## Counting Money with Coins under \$1 – Ordered Set2

This worksheet focuses on money counting practice for coins. The amounts add up to less than 1 dollar and the coins are ordered higher value to lower value and are less challenging for younger learners.

## Counting Money with Coins under \$1 – Ordered Set1

The coins in this worksheet are ordered from highest to lowest value and include quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. Match each set of coins to the correct amount. The total values are under 1 dollar.

## Subtraction Worksheet – Fill in the Blanks Subtraction Facts (Set 4)

Subtraction worksheet. Fill in the blanks with the correct subtrahends. Solutions are on page 2 of the pdf. Does your child need a little more Subtraction and Addition Practice? Try our workbook, Learn the Addition and Subtraction Facts

## Subtraction Worksheet – Fill in the Blanks Subtraction Facts (Set 3)

Worksheet for practice with subtraction facts. Fill in the blanks. Solutions included.

## Subtraction Worksheet – Fill in the Blanks Subtraction Facts (Set 2)

Fill in the blank subtraction worksheet. 20 problems. – with solutions

## Subtraction Worksheet – Fill in the Blanks Subtraction Facts (Set 1)

Subtraction practice worksheet. Fill in the blanks – Find the missing subtrahend. Solutions included in download.

## Trace and Write the Shape Names & Cut and Paste the Matching Shapes

Read and trace the shape names and write them in the blanks. Then cut out the shapes at the bottom of the page and paste them above the correct shape names.

## Complete the Sequences Worksheet Activity – Set 4

Complete the sequences. Cut out the shapes and paste them into the correct position in the sequences.

## Complete the Sequences Worksheet Activity – Set 3

Cut and paste the shapes at the bottom of the page to complete the sequences.

## Complete the Sequences Worksheet Activity – Set 2

Complete the sequences by cutting out the pieces and pasting them into the correct position.

## Complete the Sequences Worksheet Activity – Set 1

Cut out the shapes and paste them into the correct position in the sequences.

## Make Your Own Sequences Activity – Smilie Face Pattern

Completing Sequences is a great way to develop pattern recognition skills in a child, but this activity adds another layer of interactivity for the student. Follow the directions on the page to have the child cut out all of the shape components from the top and then cut out the full bar on the bottom. You can then assemble partial …

## Make Your Own Sequences Activity – Flower Pattern 2

Pattern recognition and sequences play a big role in children’s learning. This particular activity is a little more interactive and allows children to not only decode and complete the missing sequences but participate in their design. The child can cut out all of the sequence shapes and the bar at the bottom and then the parent or teacher can create …

## Make Your Own Sequences Activity – Flower Pattern 1

This activity is a fun twist on the basic challenge of completing sequences. The child can use the dotted lines as guides to cut out the shape squares and the bar at the bottom of the page. The parent or teacher can assemble the cut out squares into creative sequences on the bar while leaving one or more squares blank. …

## Learn About Isograms – Word Building Activity

An Isogram, otherwise known as a “nonpattern word”, is just a fancy way of referring to a word or phrase that has no repeating letters. This particular activity not only introduces the child to Isograms but includes a little general spelling practice as well as an Arts and Crafts component. It is a great way for a child to take …

## Build Your Own Math Problems – Fun Paper Cut Outs

This is a great rainy day activity sheet. This math learning project is a little more interactive in that the child gets to cut out the squares necessary to build the problems and then can either assemble the problems themselves or just the answers. It’s a great break from pencils and erasers and allows for a little extra problem solving …

## 3 digit addition worksheet with regrouping (Set 4)

Free math addition worksheet with 3 digit numbers. All problems in this set are on addition with regrouping.

## 3 digit addition worksheet with regrouping (Set 3)

This math worksheet contains 16 problems of 3 digit addition with regrouping – good for first grade, second and third grade addition practice.

## Even Numbers and Odd Numbers (Set 4)

Identify the even numbers and odd numbers in this worksheet. Find the even numbers in the first section and then find the odd numbers in the second section. Great for first grade and second grade.

## Even Numbers and Odd Numbers (Set 3)

Use this worksheet for practice with even numbers and odd numbers. Find the even numbers in each set of the first section, then find the odd numbers in each set of the second section.

## Even Numbers and Odd Numbers (Set 2)

Even and odd numbers worksheet. In the first section, the student is asked to circle the even numbers in each group. Then in the second section the student is asked to circle the odd numbers in each set. Each section has 10 sets of numbers.

## Even Numbers and Odd Numbers (Set 1)

This worksheet is for practice identifying even numbers and odd numbers. It is divided into 2 sections. The student is asked to circle the even numbers in each group in the first section and then circle the odd numbers in each group in the second section.