Play Money, Place Value Money, Blank Checks, Unit Money
Play money can be purchased at grocery stores, big box stores, and other types, but if you can't find any or would rather print play money, then you may print play money from this web page.
Full size Play Money
Print on colored paper to make sorting easier. You can print these on both sides if you wish, (the president's head will be on both sides). Trim around each bill leaving an 1/8 inch or more margin. 4 bills to a sheet.
*To cut out the sheets that are printed on both sides... Turn the sheet upside down and trim the right edge. Always have the sheet upside down when trimming the edges! This is because the bills aren't exactly centered on the paper. To be certain, hold the sheet up to the light before trimming.
Pay Day Dollars and Fake Blank Checks
Pay Day Unit Dollars
8 on each sheet
Like allowance, but worse! Fill in dollar value and sign.
Play BIG Blank Checks
3 on each sheet
Teach your children how the old people paid for things.
Place Value Money - or use as Replacement Game Money
For Teaching Place Value:
This play money is very simple. I designed it mainly for use as a place value teaching aid. The bills are small, 1 1/4 inches by 2 1/2 inches and there are 24 bills on each print-out sheet. I suggest printing each value on different colored paper to make it easier to sort the bills.
The others to print if you want to use these for play money: