#### The currency of America is the United States Dollar, commonly abbreviated as USD. One hundred cents make 1 dollar. And there are a variety of different coins, including penny, nickel, dime, quarter. One penny equals 1 cent, 5 cents equals one nickel, 10 cents make a dime, and 25 cents make a quarter. Other uncommon coins include half dollar and golden dollar. Half dollar equals 50 cents, and it is the largest coin in the U.S. the Golden Dollar is worth $1.

The goal with this section is to help students by so good at counting coins quickly so that in a quick glance they know actual how much value the coins and bills hold in seconds. This is a great skill for students to carry on into their daily lives. Whenever you need to trade or buy something it really gives you an advantage to make better decisions. These worksheets allow students to practice their addition in matching a given value by choosing the correct coins from a mixed group. All coins are U.S. denominations.