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Lessons, Problems and Exercises
Use our printable worksheets and math lessons to provide an interesting way to teach and reinforce basic math skills while teaching money concepts.
Practice money math problems and exercises including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percents and percentages, fractions, decimals, estimation, and rounding. Also practice with coins and calculator usage.
See below for more teaching categories with advanced consumer math based lessons.
Basic Money Math Lessons
Practice adding and subtracting money. Focus on decimals, and amounts under $1.00
Students practice counting and adding or subtracting coins. Includes many different selections of coin types and number of coins that you may configure and select. Pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters.
Students will learn to estimate sums of money, and practice these skills in their independent work.
Students will learn to estimate differences with money amounts, and review what it means to estimate.
BASIC MATH SKILLS
Students learn how to add and subtract numbers using various techniques.
Students learn to divide whole numbers evenly, and with remainders. Long division.
Learn how to multiply whole numbers, including 2 and more digits. Multiplication definitions.
Understand how to find the factors of a number.
Understand the basic components and concepts of fractions.
Understand how to multiply and divide fractions.
Understand the basics of decimal fractions, including related money transactions.
How to multiply, divide, and convert decimals to fractions.
How to add and subtract fractions.
Understand percent and how to calculate percent.
Understand the concepts of ratio and proportion.
MONEY AND DIVISION LESSON PLAN
An introductory lesson plan for teaching and learning whole number division using money. Includes printable division lesson worksheet. Part two of this lesson includes remainders.
How many dollars, quarters, nickels, dimes, or pennies equals a given amount? Place value identification.
Practice filling in the missing number of a series. Choose a basic worksheet, or create your own worksheet. Series may increase by one (1,2,3), or by any other amount, for example by 5's (5,10,15), etc
MONEY PLACE VALUES
Fill in the place value units. Place value identification exercises.
Identify how many coins equals a given dollar amount.
Students identify different coin combinations that equal the same amount. For example, identify two different ways to make change for a dollar.
Practice identifying coins and matching to the respective fractions. Choose to either match coins to fractions, or write fraction amount.
Practice comparing numeric money amounts. For students who has moved past coins and are learning to compare decimals and money amounts.
Practice identifying coins and their respective percentage. This is an early skills, basic worksheet with coins to help teach the money and percentages relationship. Choose to either match coins to percent, or write percentages amount.
GREATER THAN - LESS THAN
Practice comparing money with the greater than and less than symbol. Choose a basic worksheet, or create your own worksheet. Series may increase by one (1,2,3), or by any other amount, for example by 5's (5,10,15), etc.
Practice money addition worksheets. Basic money addition and adding money.
Money Addition ($100 Max) hundreds
Money Addition ($1000 Max) thousands
Money Addition ($10,000 Max) ten-thousands
Money Addition ($1,000,000 Max) millions
Money Addition ($10,000,000 Max) ten-millions
Practice money subtraction worksheets. Basic money subtraction and subtracting money.
Basic practice worksheet of division of money. Decimal practice. Create your own custom dividing money worksheets.
MONEY PUZZLE - WHAT COINS DO THEY HAVE?
A coin puzzle worksheet. Students must solve the money puzzle problems. Various amounts of coins and amounts are given. Students must answer what coins might make up the combinations.
MORE MONEY MATH
Students will learn to calculate the amount of a discount.
Students will learn to calculate the percent of a discount.
Students will learn to calculate an original number given a discount and a percentage.
Calculating a Sales Price
Students will learn to calculate a sales prices.
Students will learn to calculate sales tax.
Students will learn about sales and marking up prices.
Students will learn to calculate commissions.
Students will learn to calculate interest.
Students will learn to calculate principal, interest, rates, and time.
Students will learn about the percent of an increase.
Students will learn to understand interest, rate, and principal.
Use fractions to calculate discounts.
Make cost comparisons using unit cost.
Learn to figure out discounts.
Learn to use discounts with scalar multiplication.
Learn about rational numbers and the stock market.
Learn to identify percent of increases and percent of decreases.
Learn to find the percent of decrease.
Learn to find the percent of an increase.
Learn to find the percent of an increase with rounding.
Learn about sales tax.
Learn to evaluate expressions involving money.
Learn to use fractions to figure out costs.
Learn to multiply decimals to calculate costs.
Learn to write expressions using money amounts.
Learn to write and evaluate expressions that have different money amounts.
Learn to solve money problems with two or more operations.
Learn to calculate down payments using fractions.
Learn to calculate down payments using a percentage.
Students will begin to understand the topic of down payments.
ADDITIONAL SINGLE PAGE MONEY MATH SHEETS
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Advanced Money Math: Consumer Math
PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING MONEY CATEGORIES FOR MORE ADVANCED MONEY MATH MATERIAL
Worksheets focused on consumer math, earning and spending money skills. Students practice their spending money math skills by using these worksheets and lessons. Spending money is an interesting topic to use while reinforcing students' basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and other skills such as reading comprehension.
Checkbook Math - Practice checkbook math skills.
Learn how to write a check, make checking account deposits and withdrawals, and manage and balance your checkbook with your monthly bank checking account statement. Worksheets, lessons, and exercises are appropriate for both students involved in learning the basics about checking, as well as those looking to practice basic math (addition and subtraction) and problem solving skills.
Budgeting - Budgeting worksheets and lessons.
Use these printable budget worksheets and budgeting lessons to teach real life basic budget concepts, an important fundamental money math skill. Budget lesson plans and worksheets for teaching budgeting math and consumer math skills.
SAVING AND INVESTING MONEY
Saving and Investing Money - Investing
Lessons and worksheets for teaching and understanding basic investing and financial concepts. Personal finance, Money management, Investment education resources.
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