An example of an IEP goal for this concept: Given a variety of bills, the student will identify a) one dollar bill, b) five dollar bill, c) ten dollar bill, and d) twenty dollar bill with 80% accuracy, 4 out of 5 trials.
Tabs on the file folders are shaded differently based on the task. Identification file folders are light green and the sorting file folders are a darker green.
Here you can see the identification file folder. I have added visuals of the bill being identified to assist with sorting.
The sorting file folders are similar, but now the student is encouraged to be aware of two different bills in order to sort the two.
For the final money sorting folder, I did not include visuals on the actual file folder. However, what I have done when I have given this file folder to student who need that visual, is I have given it to them as shown above, with an example of a front and back already on the file folder.
You can get these materials to create your own file folder activities over at my TpT store! I hope they will be as helpful in your classroom as they are in mine.