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### Coins

1. 1. I decided to You know… Hi, I’m take the day From the COINS! Mr. and teach off Monopoly you game! all about…
2. 2. Penny • A penny is worth one cent • On the front is a picture of our 16th president of the United States Abraham Lincoln. • On the back is a picture Lincoln Memorial The penny! First up…
3. 3. Nickel • A nickel is worth five cents • On the front is a picture of our 3rd president of the United States Thomas Jefferson. • On the back is a picture of the Monticello (Jefferson’s House). Let’s see… Oh yeah The What's nickel! next?
4. 4. Dime • A dime is worth ten cents. • On the Front is a picture of our 32nd president of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt. • On the back is a picture of a torch with an olive and oak branch. Thenext… Up dime!
5. 5. Quarter • A quarter is worth twenty-five cents • On the front is a picture of our 1st president of the United States George Washington. • On the back is a picture of the presidential coat of arms . Last but not The quarter! least…
6. 6. How much How much How much10+25+25+25+1= 10+1+10+5= money do I 1+10+1+1+25= money do I money do I have? have? have? Now that we know how much Lets add them! each coin is worth… Answer? 38 cents Answer? 26 cents Answer? 86 cents
7. 7. Now you try! 28 cents 17 cents 36 cents How many coins Click on the are in the piggy correct answer bank?
8. 8. You can do it! Click the arrow
9. 9. Great job! Click the arrow
10. 10. Try another… 61 cents 50 cents 48 cents Click on the correct answer
11. 11. Try Again… You can do it! Click the arrow
12. 12. Right! Great job! Click the arrow
13. 13. Last one 27 cents 42 cents 88 cents Click on the correct answer
14. 14. You can do it! Click the arrow
15. 15. Great job!
16. 16. Coin Review Penny=One cent Nickel= Five cents Dime= Ten cents That’s all for now! Quarter= Twenty-five cents
17. 17. Works Cited “Free Coins Clipart." Free Clipart Now. Web. 1 Nov 2009. <http://www.freeclipartnow.com/index.php>. "Dimes." Imagery of the Imagination. Web. 1 Nov 2009. <http://www.imageryoftheimagination.com/wordpress/?tag=free>. "If I Had a Nickel Everytime I Heard This, I’d Have a Big Pile of Nickels." What Would Dad Say. Web. 1Nov 2009. <http://blogs.jobdig.com/wwds/2009/09/01/if-i-had-a-nickel-everytime-i-heard-this-id-have-a-big-pile-of-nickels/>. "Designs & Types of U.S. Quarters: Bust, Liberty Seated, Barber, Standing Liberty and Washington." The Fun Times Guide to Coins. Web. 1 Nov 2009. <http://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2008/10/us_quarters.php>. "Who Is on the Nickel Coin?." eHow. Web. 1 Nov 2009. <http://www.ehow.com/facts_5492267_nickel-coin.html>. The Scratching Post . Web. 1 Nov 2009. <ktcatspost.blogspot.com/2008_08_01_archive.html>. Jeananda , Col. "U.S. Coins in Circulation." Enchanted Learning. Web. 1 Nov 2009. <http://www.enchantedlearning.com/econ/Coins.shtml>.