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Canadian Money to $100 Math Worksheets | Paper | Grade 3

Canadian Money to $100 Math Worksheets | Paper | Grade 3

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Practice or assess counting Canadian bills and coins and recording the amounts with cent signs, dollar signs, or a decimal. Use these financial literacy worksheets for practice, review, or assessment. They only take moments to prep and make differentiation easy peasy.

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This financial literacy resource includes:

  • 15 different pages to practice counting coins, counting bills, and counting dollars with coins and bills. They include values of no more than $100.00.
  • recording money amounts using a decimal, with a dollar sign $, or a cent sign ¢.
  • one page that includes French notation (Example 6,35$). Students do not need any French language skills for this page. This product can easily be adapted so that all answers are given with French notation.
  • Canadian bills $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.
  • Canadian coins nickel 5¢, dime 10¢, quarter 25¢, loonie $1, and toonie $2.
  • pages that can easily be used as assessments.
  • answer keys or suggested answers for all 15 pages.
  • Canadian/British spellings.

Ninja Note: This file is a PDF and requires printing for students to use.

This resource aligns with:

  • Alberta Mathematics Curriculum Grade 3 ©2022
  • British Columbia Mathematics Curricular Competencies Grade 3
  • Saskatchewan Mathematics Curriculum Grade 3 N3.4 

 This resource supports:

  • Saskatchewan Mathematics Curriculum Grade 4 N4.7
  • any lesson about counting Canadian money.

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