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Counting 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, and a decimal. Use these financial literacy worksheets for practice, review, or assessment. They only take moments to prep and make differentiation easy peasy.

This set is available as part of our All Our Math Worksheets Bundle Grade 3 (includes concepts and holidays) and Math Worksheets Grade 3 (just concepts)

This set is included in our aligned bundles: Alberta Number ConceptsAlberta Full YearBC Number ConceptsBC Full YearSaskatchewan Number Concepts, and Saskatchewan Full Year.

This financial literacy product 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.

This set aligns with:

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

 This set supports:

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

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

Try a free sample of our Grade 3 worksheets. 

Use our free alignment guide to help figure out which sets work for you.

Want a different format? Try our Canadian Money to $100 Task Cards. They come with three sets of difficulty and have paper, Google Slides and Google Forms versions.

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