Simple Coin Sorting Activity for Kids

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Every once in a while I find items that I had forgotten that I had bought a few years earlier for homeschool. Last week I found a coin sorting and money counting workbook that included the plastic coins.

Coin Sorting Activity for Kids

I created a very simple coin sorting activity for kids both Preschool and Kindergarten age. I wanted a simple activity that both Lil’ Red and Big Red could do to learn some simple money concepts, counting, and coin sorting just seemed to be a great place to start.

Coin Sorting Lil' Red

I took some empty fruit cups and wrote the money denominations on each one with a sharpie marker. Then I placed the coin sorting cups on our large plastic grey tray. Lil’ Red saw the activity and had to give it a try. He could easily sort between the copper penny and the silver coins but not so much between the silver coins.

 

 

Coin Sorting

Big Red was able to sort the coins much easier. He also discovered our coin set came with half dollars which I had not gotten a fruit cup ready for!

Tools that I used for this activity:

Play Money Coin set OR Play Money: Coins And Bills

Coin Counting Workbook

toy money

More Coin and Play Money Activities:

Coin Counting Game from Still Playing School

Coin Preschool Letter Worksheets from Learning 2 Walk

Counting with Gold Coins from Line Upon Line Learning

Money Grid Game from School Time Snippets

Gold in the Rainbow Discovery Bin from Play & Learn Everyday

Fill the Piggy Bank – A Money Game for Kids from The Kindergarten Connection

Teaching Kids How to Count Change with Money from Sugar Aunts

Design a Coin from Schooling a Monkey

Coin Flip Ten Frame Activity from Lalymom

Don’t forget to use #toolsforlearning on Instagram to share your Coin Sorting and Play Money activities!! 

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