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19 Best Money Coloring Pages (Both Coins & Bills)


Find the best money coloring pages for coins and bills out there, plus why you’d want your kids and students to color them in.

Why should you use money coloring pages when teaching kids about money?

Coloring in money pages can help kids:

  • Associate a fun activity with money
  • Discover visual differences between bill and coin denominations
  • Learn through visual means (great for visual learners!)

Not to mention, you can get kids interested in this whole “money” thing, even if some of your students don’t have any money to use yet (through an allowance or chore commissions, etc.).

And kids can even color their own set of kid money printables to use for a classroom money activity.

Note: your time is valuable and limited – I know this! That’s why I’ve included age recommendations, where available, and screenshots to show you what you’ll be getting. Also, you might want to pair these with books about money for kindergarten, and other money worksheets for kindergarten.

Money Coloring Pages PDFs

Check out these money color printable PDFs (for both coins and bill denominations) for a different way to educate your kids about money.

U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing Coloring Pages

If you’re looking for money coloring pages, then why not start at the source where all the dollah-dollah bills are actually made?

1. United States Mint Coloring Pages

When looking for coin coloring pages…why not start with the people who actually create our real money?

That would be the U.S. Mint.

Not only do they offer free money coloring pages of each money denomination we have, but they are current. Meaning, these are the coins and dollars that your students will be looking at in their own wallets.

They have all the usual ones (front AND back), and then also some cool ones, like the:

  • Half dollar
  • Maya Angelo quarter
  • 50 state quarters (by year and state)
  • Series of $1 coins
  • Etc.

Hint: if you email [email protected], they’ll send you a free PDF coloring book of all their coins! And here’s a tutorial on how these coins are actually made and distributed – a fun thing to show your students.

2. U.S. Currency’s Play Coloring Sheets

Suggested Age: Resources for Grades 2-5

I just love how you can get this set of free coloring sheets in 24 different languages.

These free money coloring pages (scroll down about halfway) have some nice features for kids to color in, and after they’re done, they can compare it to what the actual bills look like (just have them handy, or use the free brochures you can download for each bill denomination).

Psst: be sure to check out their free Currency Academy, where students can learn all kinds of things about U.S. Bills like how they’re designed, how to spot counterfeits, etc. Comes with free worksheets and answers.


American Numismatic Association’s Free Coin Coloring PDF

Check out this free coin coloring booklet (PDF) – great detail on each of the 18 coins. Includes both front and back of each.

Bonus: here’s a really fun find – if your child gets 3 or more A’s on their next report card, have them submit the info here for a free collectible coin in the mail!

4. TwistyNoodle’s Collection

Check out this site for coin PDF coloring pages, where students also need to fill in the value of each coin they’re coloring.

Coins include:

  • Penny
  • Nickel
  • Dime
  • Quarter

Hint: you might also like their coloring worksheets where students need to both color in the coin, and trace the letters to spell it.

5. FDIC’s Make Your Own Money

Suggested Age: Grades K-2

In the student handout packet for Grades K-2, you’ll find a blank dollar bill template that kids can use to create their own currency. This goes with their first lesson plan on understanding currency.

There’s also a packet and lesson plan for lots of money lessons, included.

6. TBA Credit Union’s Make Your Own Money

If you scroll allllll the way down, then you’ll find links to both a blank coloring template for a dollar bill, and a blank piggy bank coloring sheet.

100-Dollar Bill Coloring Pages

Looking for the Benjamins, eh?

You’ll find some great ones to color in, here.

Hint: here’s a free PDF resource for how to decode different parts of a real $100 bill.

  • Mr. Nussbaum’s 100-Dollar Bill Page
  • U.S. Currency’s 100-Dollar Bill Coloring Page
  • Kidadl’s $100 Bill Coloring Sheet (hint: this one downloads as a .png, and you can turn it into a .pdf using this free online software)

Free Money Color by Number & Color by Coin PDFs

Coloring by coins and by bills can be a fun little activity to teach kids how to recognize the different coins and their values.

Hint: be sure to check out my article on teaching preschoolers about money.

1. 123Homeschool4Me’s Color by Coin Pages

Get your set of two free color by coin pages – I like how they include both the front and the back of the coin. Tricky!

2. TPT Free Color by Coin Page

Here’s a free color by coin page you can find on TPT (Teachers Pay Teachers).

Hint: you’ll need to sign up for a free account to access it.

3. First Commonwealth Credit Union’s Color by Number

Students are asked to color each type of four coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) a different color.

Money Management Coloring Pages

Looking for coloring pages that teach some aspect of money management?

This is the section for you.

1. St. Louis Fed’s Kiddynomics Money Management Coloring PDFS

Suggested Age: PreK-Kindergarten

I really like their Lesson 5: You Can’t Buy a Dinosaur with a Dime. The accompanying sheets include coloring worksheets of people saving money, and people spending money.

They’ll need to color in the sheets, and then put a “+” or “-“ sign for if the person is saving or spending money.

More lessons are included, plus a lesson plan.

2. Crayola’s Coin Counting Activity

Suggested Age: K-2

Here’s an idea: Have your kids color in some coin PDFs from above, and cut out each coin.

Then, each kid can make their own box bank. You call out different money amounts, or coin types, and each student then deposits that into their bank.

Great coin-counting and recognition practice!

Hint: looking for another coin counting game? Here’s my list of best counting money apps.

3. St. Louis Fed’s “How Daniel Got What He Wanted”

Suggested Age: Grades 2-5

This set of worksheets and lessons include a page for kids to draw something that they want but cannot afford right now. They’re then asked whether they want to save money for it, or borrow for it.

4. First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union’s Coloring Pages

Here’s a fun money management activity found on some free coloring pages. Each animal and coloring sheet represents a different part of money management:

  • Save
  • Spend
  • Invest
  • Share

Have your students color in each sheet, and then write in how they would spend/save/invest/donate a portion of money.

5.’s Color Your Savings Pages

Age Range: 5-7 years

I love how this takes money math and makes it visual – great for visual learners!

Instead of writing out how much money someone needs to save up for an item, your students are asked to color in the number of bills needed to save up for a specific item.

There’s also a teacher guide about how to introduce students to the concept of saving money.

Canadian Money Coloring Pages

It’s actually a good deal more difficult to find Canadian money coloring pages (you probably already know that – that’s why you’re here!).

I’ve done my best below, and will update as I find more.

Hint: not coloring pages…but if you’re looking for printable Canadian play money, here’s a free set.

1. Colour by Code: Canadian Coins

Suggested Age: Prek-1st

Check out this free Teachers Pay Teachers worksheet – a colour by code, for Canadian coins!

Hint: you’ll need to sign up for a free account with them to access it.

2. Canadian Money Packet (PDF link)

Suggested Age: Grades 3-4

Here’s a meaty worksheet PDF on Canadian money that includes several pages where students need to draw out a money value.

Hint: I usually don’t like to link directly to PDFs, because it doesn’t give link credit to the website. However, in this case, there doesn’t seem to be a way to find the PDF any other way. Here’s their actual website.

Bonus: you can check out this guide on Canadian money with your students.

These money coloring pages should be enough to help teach your students to visually recognize each coin, and even start to understand their values. After that, you might want to check out these free money board game printables to take their money education further.

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Money Coloring Pages — Free Printables

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Money makes the world go round and round. It is an instrument required to conduct every facet of life. Almost all things that you use have a monetary value, be it directly or indirectly.

It is important to teach your children about the importance of money from a young age.

Money coloring sheets will prepare your children to face the real life challenges. These sheets will promote money management skills, by teaching your child how to manage expenditure later in life.

The article includes coloring pages that show currency and other market related figures. Some coloring sheets also feature children’s favorite piggy bank and popular cartoon characters.

1. Uncle Scrooge Swimming In Money:

This is a black and white image of Uncle Scrooge taking a dip in his money pool. This coloring sheet will surely impress your kids and allow them to experiment with as many colors as they want.

  • Scrooge McDuck, fondly known as Uncle Scrooge, is the richest duck in the world. He has gained his massive wealth from hard work and dedication. He travels all around the world in search of treasure.
  • Uncle Scrooge loves his money more than anything else in his world. He loves diving in his money like a porpoise, burrowing through it and throwing coins in the air to feel them fall upon his head.

[ Read: Country And World Flags Coloring Pages ]

2. 1$ Dollar Bill:

This is a black and white diagram of 1 dollar bill. The bill pictures George Washington, the first President of the United States. It is signed by the Treasurer and the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.

  • The coloring image also features the reverse of the bill.
  • The reverse shows an eagle holding olive branches and a pyramid with a triangle above it.
  • The reverse of the bill is usually printed in green, but you can try any shade that you like to create your own version of 1 dollar bill.
  • This coloring page will not only introduce your kid to money, but also help recognize the first president of America.

3. Piggy Bank:

This is a coloring page of a cute piggy bank, the traditional name of a coin container used by children.

  • Give your child a piggy bank at a young age to teach the concept of saving money.
  • To encourage saving, a small slit is given on the top to drop the coin.
  • It usually has a rubber plug located on the underside for easy coin access.

[ Read: Muscle Car Coloring Pages ]

4. Kid Counting Money:

This is an extremely adorable picture of a little girl counting her dimes sitting on her bed. It seems that she has just taken out her savings from her piggy bank.

  • It is very important to teach your children about saving money and not waste parents’ hard-earned money on superfluous things.
  • This is also a perfect coloring page to help your child explore their artistic abilities.

[ Read: Number Coloring Pages ]

5. Money Playing Coloring Page:

Introduce your children to the real world of math problems with a few copies of this coloring sheet.

  • Knowing how to count and handle money is a practical skill that will allow your children to apply math concepts in real life.
  • Give your child a big challenge of adding up the values of each coin and bill.
  • This coloring sheet will also help your child with currency recognition.

6. Angry Bird 1 Dollar Bill Coloring Page:

Here is a one-dollar bill featuring none other than the famous angry bird.

  • Angry bird does not look angry in this coloring sheet, he looks cute instead.
  • When you are done coloring the sheet, cut out all the bills and play a money game. This is a great way of teaching math.
  • It will make a great indoor activity for your preschoolers.

[ Read: Addition Coloring Pages ]

7. Nickel:

This is a coloring page of nickel, which is a five-cent American coin.

  • It is one of the handiest coins to have as it can be used in most vending machines.
  • Teach your kids about some math lessons while they color this sheet. Ask them how many nickels make a dollar.
  • This coloring sheet will also teach your children about color recognition, shapes and patterns.

8. Money Math:

Have your child master the skill of counting with this coloring sheet.

  • The sheet features several products with their price tags.
  • Money math will help your child know about the ins and outs of money. This will help him to succeed both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Ask your child to identify the products and find the total value. This will make a fun, educational activity for your kids.

[ Read: Shapes Coloring Pages ]

9. Overjoyed Leprechaun:

This is a beautiful coloring page of a leprechaun, a magical creature from the Irish folklore.

  • Leprechauns are the self-appointed guardians of an ancient treasure.
  • The coloring sheet features a tiny, bearded man, clad in green coat pant, shoes, buckles and a small hat.
  • It is believed that the leprechauns store all their coins in a hidden pot of cold at the end of the rainbow, as you can see in this coloring sheet.

[ Read: Letter M Coloring Pages ]

10. Money Bag:

This is a coloring sheet of a money bag with the dollar sign printed on it.

  • A money bag is a sack used to hold and transport notes and coins from a mint to the bank, ATM and vending machine.
  • The moneybags are usually transported in a money train or an armored car.

Hope your kids liked our collection of 10 free printable money coloring pages online. Select the sheet of your choice, take out the print and start coloring. It will provide hours of coloring fun to your kids.

Do share some of your kid’s drawings with other mommies here.

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