I made one for counting by Pennies:
I use these by giving my students a certain number of coins. Then they put them onto the visual (there is velcro on the coins and on the visual...although you wouldn't have to do this). Students count (by 1s, 5s, 10s, or 25s) as they put the coins on. Then, I ask them, "How much do you have?" And they should answer with the total (i.e. "50 cents"). Not only is this activity helpful for money skills, but this is also a great way to work on counting by 1s, 5, 10s, and 25s. My students with autism are so visual...so associating the coins with the visual is a great place to start. Once they can independently utilize the visual, I fade it out and have them practice counting the coins on their own.
Also included in this packet on TPT is an activity for matching coins to their correct value. One is color coded to aid in discrimination between the different coins when coins are first introduced (the same colors are used as on the previously shown visuals) as well as one version with the colors faded out. I cut these apart and use them as a matching task, where students velcro the coin to the correct card.
I have also included in this pack a couple of money worksheets.