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These printable play money sheets can be cut up and used for classroom to teach money math, or as replacements for fake Monopoly money to make game play more realistic! PDF printables with coins and bill denominations from $1 to $100.

Oh yes, the dream of just being able to print money. While these realistic money printables are great for teaching money skills to grade school students, they won't pass muster anywhere outside of the classroom. Which is probably a good thing, or the Secret Service would be after us all, I'm sure.

Still, printable money has an enormous educational value to kids and you'll likely find more uses for these PDFs beyond math activities. Substituting these bills for currency in board games can be a great way to subtly introduce real-world money skills in play activities, or you might use them as rewards dollars for chores or other responsibility building exercises.

Apart from the four basic coins, you will find $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 bill denominations here... More than enough to kit out your Monopoly set with something that may make the game feel like it's being played for real stakes...