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  • What does the "$" symbol on the pig mean?  (the dollar sign - it's a symbol representing money)What does the pig represent?  (saving.  We will talk about saving a little later.)What kinds of money is there?  (Coins and currency.  Go on to next slide).
  • Are there any other forms of money you can think of?  (checks, credit cards, etc)Who is on the dollar bill?  (go on to next slide)
  • "If you look at the paper money, it has a picture of a famous American on it.  Do you know who each of these individuals are? If you brought some money into class with you, take a look at it and see what pictures are on the money?  Which of these people have you seen on paper money?"$1 = George Washington$5 = Abraham Lincoln$10 = Alexander Hamilton$20 = Andrew Jackson$50 = Ulysses S. Grant$100 = Benjamin Franklin
  • Basic money skills 1

    1. 1. Basic Money SkillsBasic Consumer MathLesson 1 IntroductionMrs. Stack
    2. 2. Warm Up1. What do we use money for?2. What does this symbol $ mean?3. What does this symbol ¢ mean?4. What kind of money is there?
    3. 3. I Can StatementsI can …..• Tell what currency is.• Tell what we use money for.• Tell what these symbols mean $ and ¢.
    4. 4. Warm Up Discussion• Click on Blog Post Link for class discussion andanswers.
    5. 5. Introduction• "Today we are going to begin a lesson aboutmoney. We will learn such things as wheremoney comes from, what money looks like,and what we can do with money.“• Does anyone know what money is?
    6. 6. What does the "$" symbol on the pigmean?• What does the pig represent?•
    7. 7. Currency
    8. 8. What kinds of money is there?• "Money comes in two forms: coins and papermoney. Does anyone know which is which?• What is the difference between the two?
    9. 9. Paper Money
    10. 10. Paper Money• 1 dollar bill = $ 1.00• 2 dollar bill = $ 2. 00• 5 dollar bill = $ 5.00• 10 dollar bill = $ 10,00• 20 dollar bill = $ 20.00• 50 dollar bill = $ 50. 00• 100 dollar bill = $ 100.00
    11. 11. CoinsPenny1¢Nickel 5 ¢Dime10 ¢ Quarter 25 ¢
    12. 12. "You can put money together to make biggermoney. For example:• 5 pennies = nickel• 2 nickels = dime• 2 dimes and 1 nickel = quarter• 4 quarters = dollar
    13. 13. Coins
    14. 14. CoinsPennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.Well a penny is one and a nickel is five,A dime is worth ten and a quarter twenty-five.Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.Five pennies make a nickel,Two nickels make a dime.Two dimes and a nickelmake a quarter and its mine.Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.
    15. 15. Activity: Add up the Dice• Students pair up in groups of two/three.• Take turns rolling the dice and add up theamount of money rolled.• Record answers.•
    16. 16. Exit slip QuestionsWord Bank: Penny Nickel Dime QuarterQuarters1. Five pennies make a_____________2. Two nickels make a ____________3. Two dimes and a nickel makea________________4. One cent is a ______________________5. Four ________________ makes a dollar