Coin Identification and Values (Canadian)

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1st Grade Canadian Coin Identification and Values GameFirst Grade Recognize and Count Sum Canadian Coins Game

First Grade Canadian Coin Identification Math Game

First graders will practice coin identification skills with Canadian currency in this online math practice activity from Students will become familiar with Canadian coins as they achieve the following learning objectives in their math practice session:

  • Identify the coin as a nickel, dime, quarter, loonie, or toonie.
  • Decide the monetary value of the coin shown.
  • Match the given coin with its correct name or value.
  • Match the given name with the correct coin picture or value.
  • Match the given value with the correct coin picture or name.

Questions in this first grade Canadian money activity are presented in multiple-choice format and drag-and-drop format. As students progress through the math game, they will become confident and proficient in identifying Canadian coins by their names, values, and images.

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1st Grade Canadian Coin Identification and Values LessonFirst Grade Recognize and Count Sum Canadian Coins Lesson

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1st Grade Canadian Coin Identification and Values ActivityFirst Grade Recognize and Count Sum Canadian Coins Activity


This interactive math lesson is classified as Level A. It may be ideal for first grade students.

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