When I first teach the coin combinations to my kiddos, I run the paper below off on cardstock and then laminate it. We use dry erase markers to record our answers. It is much better than wasting a bunch of paper or waiting for them to draw the table on their own dry erase boards. Believe me, I tried it!
After I feel they have a good understanding, they complete it on their own. I have two different sheets. One has blank money amounts so that I can differentiate on the fly and the other one provides the numbers so that I can take a grade.
My low kiddos might just have to count change that is under $1, while my high kiddos might have to count something like $14.68 without using any bills. I'll always put a stipulation on it because those smarties like to use 1,469 pennies!
I hope this was helpful! What are you working on in math right now? I LOVE comments!