Using Money


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This is a non linear power point made to help students learn about the value of money and its uses. This is designed for a special education classroom.

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Using Money

  1. 1. Money: Coins and BillsIntroduction & Directions Lessons Money Coins Bills Game! Adding Bills and Coins Using Money in Everyday Life
  2. 2. IntroductionGrade Level: Late Middle School-Early High SchoolObjectives: Allow students to interact with money giving them practiceunderstanding and adding coins with bills before putting it to use in a real lifeenvironment . This allows students to identify bills and coins and practice addingthem together to increase their understanding of the value of money.DirectionsMoney: Coins and Bills is an interactive classroom activity which is designedfor the student(s) to participate either in a group or individually. The first partof the activity is designed to teach the students the value of coins and bills,ranging from pennies to 10 (ten) dollar bills. Click to go HomeClick the arrows to move on
  3. 3. CoinsAll coins have two sides: heads and tailsCoins come in different shapes and colorsThey all have different valuesAll coins can be added to equal a dollarHome Begin Lesson
  4. 4. Penny The smallest value coinPennies are copper coloredThere are 100 pennies in a dollarThey feature Abraham Lincoln on their face Home Next
  5. 5. Nickel The second smallest coinNickels are silver in colorThere are 20 nickels in a dollarThey feature Thomas Jefferson on the face Home Next
  6. 6. Dimes The third highest valueDimes are silver in colorThere are 10 dimes in a dollarThey feature Franklin D. Roosevelt on the face Home Next
  7. 7. Quarters The largest value coinQuarters are silver in colorThere are 4 quarters in a dollarThey feature George Washington on theface Home Next
  8. 8. BillsAll bills are green in colorRectangle in shapeRange in Value from 1 to 100 We will only cover two billsAll Bills have different valuesDollars are often represented by the “$” signHome Move on
  9. 9. Dollar Bill The Smallest Valued BillThe Dollar Bill features George Washington on the faceIt is the most common of all US currencyThe dollar has the number one “1” in all four corners Home Move on
  10. 10. Five-Dollar Bill The Second smallest billThe US Five-Dollar bill is the second lowest value billIt features Abraham Lincoln on the face and the LincolnMemorial on the backIt also has the number five “5” in all four cornersHome Next
  11. 11. Click me to play the game! Click me to Review Again! Click me to go Home
  12. 12. Find the Money!Directions•Click on matching currency or number•Based off the question Start the Game
  13. 13. Which coin is the Quarter ($0.25)??
  14. 14. Click to Move On!
  15. 15. Click me to Try Again!Need More Practice? Click to Review
  16. 16. Which is the Dollar Bill?
  17. 17. Next Question
  18. 18. Click me to Try Again!Need More Practice? Click to Review
  19. 19. Find the Dime ($0.10)
  20. 20. Next Question
  21. 21. Click me to try Again!Need More Practice? Click to Review
  22. 22. Which coin in the Nickel ($0.05?)
  23. 23. Click me to try Again!Need More Practice? Click to Review
  24. 24. Next Question
  25. 25. Click on the Penny ($0.01)
  26. 26. Next Question
  27. 27. Click me to try Again!Need More Practice? Click to Review
  28. 28. Which is the Five Dollar Bill?
  29. 29. ReturnHome
  30. 30. Click to end the Game!
  31. 31. Click me to try Again!Need More Practice? Click to Review
  32. 32. Picture Image Links• Pennies: se.png• Nickels: Nickel-Unc-Obv.jpg• Dime: Unc_P.png• Quarter: content/uploads/2009/11/Park-Quarter-Obverse-Design.jpg• Dollar Bill: e_dollar_bill%2C_obverse.jpg• Five Dollar Bill: bill.jpg• **All other pictures from Microsoft Clip Art**
  33. 33. Sound Links• Fireworks: fx/large-fireworks/• Wrong Answer: fx/the-price-is-right-loser/• Correct Answer: fx/gameshow-bell/• Applause: fx/applause-large-crowd-2/
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