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Working with money

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Working with money

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

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