Learn Money & Consumer Math
We have 10 resources for learning Money & Consumer Math including educational Worksheets & Printables, Toys & Products, Websites, iPhone & iPad Apps, and Books, from providers such as K5 Learning, Homeschool Pop, IXL, and Carol Topp.
Kindergarten - 1st | Worksheet/Printable
1st grade counting money worksheets. Identifying coins, including matching coins to their value and name, and counting coins. Counting coin worksheets start with just pennies and dimes and proceed...
2nd | Worksheet/Printable
Counting money is one of the most practical early math skills. Our grade 2 counting money worksheets help kids learn to recognize common common coins and bills and to total up collections of...
7th - 9th | Product
Consumer Mathematics presents basic math skills used in everyday situations—paying taxes, buying food, banking and investing, and managing a household. The full-color text helps learners of all...
Kindergarten - 3rd | Online video/YouTube
Learn the coins in this math learning video for kids in kindergarten, first grade, second grade and beyond! This video is a fun way to learn the coins, to discover how much money they are worth,...
Kindergarten - 3rd | Website
Series of lessons and exercises teaching coin values, how to count coins, dollars and cents, and how to make change for a dollar. Part of the BrainPOP Jr suite of lessons for K-3.
Pre-K - 8th | Online resource
Practice money and consumer math skills on IXL, have fun, and win awards!
8th - High School | Book
After you have started a micro business and run it for a while, you may wonder… How can I make more money? Have I made a profit? Do I owe any taxes on my profits? How can I reduce my taxes? How can...
1st - 3rd | DVD
Penny and Bill know how to shake things up when it comes to counting money and making change. Engaging songs and video activities provide plenty of practice with real-world skills. Learn about...
2nd - 5th | Worksheet/Printable
Money worksheets for counting coins and for operations with Dollars, Euros, and Pounds.
Kindergarten - 3rd | Game, iPhone/iPad App, Toy/Product
Cooking up math & money skills!Run your own pizza shop! Quickly cook pizza & calculate change using toppings & money tiles. Invest your profits to upgrade your shop as you bake your way...
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