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  1. 1. Currency<br />aka MONEY<br />Click on the arrow to make sure you see all the parts <br />of the slide. When everything is displayed the arrow <br />will take you to the next slide. =)<br />
  2. 2. Pictures Of Currency!<br />
  3. 3. Money is every where!!! Click to see a list of frequent places money is used.<br />1. Stores<br />2. The Milk Machine in the Cafeteria <br />3. Gum Ball Dispensers<br />4. To Buy Lunch Tickets<br />5. Gas Stations<br />6. Bowling Allies<br />7. Restaurants<br />8. Movies <br />Can You Come Up With Anymore? If you can write them down to receive extra credit!<br />
  4. 4. But…<br />There are so many different types currency:<br />Pennies<br />Nickels<br />Dimes<br />Quarters<br />One Dollar Bills<br />Five Dollar Bills<br />Ten Dollar Bills<br />Twenty Dollar Bills<br />Fifty Dollar Bills<br />One Hundred Dollar Bills<br />Because there are so many different types of currency <br />It is important to know the value of each! We’re only going <br /> to worry about coin US currency today. <br />
  5. 5. Let’s start first with coin currency<br />THE PENNY!<br />
  6. 6. Penny facts…<br />The Penny is the only cooper looking coin<br />The Penny is worth one cent or $00.01<br />The Penny has the smallest value<br />If the penny is only worth one cent how many are in a dollar?<br />THERE ARE 100 PENNIES IN A DOLLAR!<br />
  7. 7. Next we’re going to learn…<br />THE NICKEL!<br />
  8. 8. Nickel Facts…<br />The Nickel has Thomas Jefferson on the front and his estate, or home, on the back<br />The Nickel is bigger than a dime but smaller than a quarter.<br />The Nickel one of the silver looking coins<br />The Nickel is worth five cents, or $00.05<br />The Nickel is equal to five Pennies<br />If a Nickel is worth five cents how many are in one dollar?<br />THERE ARE 20 NICKELS IN ONE DOLLAR<br />
  9. 9. Time to learn…<br />THE DIME!<br />
  10. 10. Dime Facts<br />The Dime is another silver looking coin <br />The Dime is the smallest of the silver coins<br />On the front of the dime there’s a picture of Franklin D. Roosevelt <br />On the back there is a torch for liberty and two olive branches<br />The Dime is worth 10 cents or $00.10<br />The Dime is equal to 2 Nickels or 10 Pennies<br />If the Dime is worth 10 cents, how many are in a dollar?<br />THERE ARE 10 DIMES IN ONE DOLLAR!<br />
  11. 11. The final coin is…<br />The Quarter!<br />
  12. 12. Quarter facts!<br />The Quarter is a silver looking coin<br />The Quarter is one of the larger of the coins<br />On the front of a Quarter is George Washington<br />The back is special<br />Sometimes it’s a eagle<br />Others are dedicated to states and have pictures to represent a certain state!<br />The Quarter is worth 25 cents (a QUARTER of a dollar) or $00.25 <br />The Quarter is equal to 25 pennies,5 Nickels, 2 Dimes and 1 Nickel,<br />Can you think of any other ways to make 25 cents or a Quarter using other coin combinations?<br />If the Quarter is worth 25 cents, how many are in a dollar?<br />THERE ARE 4 QUARTERS IN A DOLLAR!<br />
  13. 13. Quick QuizWrite your answers on a separate sheet of paper and bring it to class tomorrow. Do not look back at the other slides for answers! The answers will be displayed on the next slide. This quiz is for participation, wrong answers won’t hurt you. Just try your best! =)<br />1. How much is a Penny worth?<br />2. How many Quarters are in a dollar?<br />3. How many Nickels do I need to have one dime?<br />4. What is the only copper colored coin?<br />5. What coin is this a picture of?<br />6. Which of the silver colored coins is biggest and which is smallest?<br />7. What are FIVE ways to come up with 25 cents?<br />
  14. 14. Quiz Answers<br />A Penny is worth one cent.<br />There are four Quarters in one dollar.<br />Ms. Aaron needs two Nickels to equal one Dime because a Nickel is 5 cents and a time is 10 cent.<br />The only copper coin is a Penny.<br />There are Nickels in the picture.<br />The biggest silver coin we learned in the Quarter the smallest is the Dime.<br />Five ways to come up with 25 cents are:<br />1 Quarter<br />25 Pennies<br />5 Nickels<br />1 Dime 2 Nickels and 5 Pennies<br />2 Dimes and 5 Pennies<br /> There are other ways too! If you have a way not listed highlight it on your separate piece of paper and you’ll receive one point extra credit!<br />Check out the attacked link! It’s Elmo and a counting song! Maybe<br />it’ll help you remember the values!<br />
  15. 15. Work cited<br />Images proved by<br />Clip Art<br />"Grading Roosevelt Dimes - Roosevelt 10C - Silver Roosevelt Dimes." NGC. Web. 27 Mar. 2010. <>.<br />"Jefferson nickels For Sale." IOffer: An easier way to buy and sell! 27 Mar. 2010 <>.<br />
  16. 16. Michigan Glicks<br />Work with money <br />M.UN.01.05 Match one coin or bill of one denomination to an equivalent set of coins/bills of other denominations, e.g., 1 quarter = 2 dimes and 1 nickel.<br />