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# Counting Money - Coins (Grade 2)

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## Counting Money - Coins

Instructions: Read each question carefully. Choose the correct answer.

1.
Count the coin values displayed below and choose the correct total.
1. 12 cents
2. 17 cents
3. 25 cents
4. 27 cents
2.
Jose has 3 and 3 . How much money does Jose have?

3.
Count the money. Write the amount.

4.
What is the amount of money shown below?

1. $0.89 2.$0.90
3. $0.88 4.$0.91
5.
What is the amount of money shown below?

1. $1.02 2.$0.98
3. $1.03 4.$1.01
6.
Kim's mother gave him some money. Look at the picture. How much money did she give him?
1. $0.25 2.$0.05
3. $0.03 4.$0.11
7.
Bobby has 4 .
Does he have enough money to buy a hot dog that costs 99 cents? If yes, how much money does Bobby have left after he pays for the hot dog?

8.
Josie went shopping in a toy store. She saw a yo-yo that costs 80 cents and a jump rope that costs 90 cents. She had these coins in her purse.
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Which toy can she buy with her money?

9.
Kaylee has 2 and her sister Anna has 2 . Together, do they have enough money to buy a chocolate bar that costs 75 cents? Explain your answer.

10.
Julie wants to buy a book which costs 75 cents. Circle the coins Julie needs to pay for the book.

11.
Count the money. Write the amount.

12.
Ursula had the pennies shown below. She gave three of the pennies to her friend, Wei. What number sentence tells how many pennies Ursula had left?

1. 7 + 3 = 10
2. 6 + 3 + 9
3. 6 - 3 = 3
4. 7 - 3 = 4
13.
John wants to buy a toy that costs 65 cents. Circle the coins John needs to pay for the toy.

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