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  • 1. Working With Money
  • 2. Hi Kids! Do you know who I am?...
    That’s right, I am a penny.
  • 3. I would like you to meet my friends.
    Nickel
    Dime
    Quarter
    These are my friends, the nickel, the dime and the quarter.
  • 4. Did you know?...
    That a penny is only worth one cent.
    =
    one cent
    So, if a penny is only worth one cent, How much is a nickel worth?
    = ?
  • 5. That’s right! A nickel is worth 5 cents.
    ? =
    So how many pennies does it take to make a nickel?
  • 6. Good job, it takes 5 pennies to make 1 nickel.
    =
  • 7. What coin is this?
    That’s right! This is a dime. A dime is worth 10 cents.
  • 8. If a dime is 10 cents, how many pennies would make a dime?
    =
    10, Good Job.
  • 9. How many nickels makes 1 dime?
    =
    2 nickels is equal to 1 dime
    Now, what coin have we not talked about yet?
  • 10. The Quarter
    How much is a quarter worth?
    25 Cents
  • 11. How many pennies would make 1 quarter?
    =
    That’s right! 25 pennies makes 1 quarter.
  • 12. How else could we make 1 quarter?
    +
    + ? =
    So far, there is 2 dimes. So that is 20 cents. We need 25 cents to make 1 quarter. What else could we add to 2 dimes to make 25 cents?
  • 13. + + =
    We could add 5 pennies to make 25 cents.
    + + =
    We could also add 1 nickel to make 25 cents.
  • 14. Dollar$
    How much is each one of these bills worth?
  • 15. Dollar$
    One Dollar
    Ten Dollars
    Five Dollars
    Twenty Dollars
    Fifty Dollars
    One Hundred Dollars
  • 16. Credits
    Kevin Dooley, “Toned Roosevelt Dime 1977 (reverse)” July 2007, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Eric, “Quarter” July 25, 2008, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Francesco Gasparetti, “One Dollar” February 7, 2007, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Rychlepozicky.com, “Five Dollars” June 20, 2010, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Rychlepozicky.com, “Ten Dollars” June 20, 2010, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Yaybiscuits123,“1982 American Nickel (Reverse)” September 19, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Matthias Shapiro, “Penny Head (Front)” June 6, 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    David Shankbone, “U.S Currency Error Notes” May 2009, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Rychlepozicky.com, “Fifty Dollars” June 20, 2010, Creative Commons Attribution.
    Suzi Duke, “Hundred Dollar Smile” June 25, 2006, Creative Commons Attribution.