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- 1. Counting Coins Using Touch Points
- 2. Touch Points A touch point is a “dot” or “dots” on a coin Each touch point is worth 5 cents Each type of coin has a different number of touch points depending on how much that coin is worth We always count by 5’s when we are using touch points on the coins
- 3. Nickel A nickel is worth 5¢ 5 This is a nickel We say: A nickel has 1 touch point “5¢”
- 4. Dime A dime is worth 10¢ 5 10 This is a dime We say: A dime has 2 touch points “5¢, 10¢”
- 5. Quarter A quarter is worth 25¢ 10 This is a quarter 5 25 15 20 We say: “5¢, 10¢, 15¢, 20¢, 25¢” A quarter has 5 touch points
- 6. Penny A penny is worth 1¢ This is a penny. A penny does not have any touch points because it is less than 5 ¢ After you count all of your touch points you must remember to count any pennies!
- 7. Guided Practice! Count the touch points by 5 and check your answer: 5 5 5 We say, “5¢, 10¢, 15¢” The answer is: 15¢
- 8. One more guided practice… Count the touch points by 5 and check your answer: 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 We say, “5¢, 10¢, 15¢, 20¢, 25¢, 30¢, 35¢, 40¢ ” The answer is: 40¢
- 9. Try it out! Draw the touch points on each coin, count by 5, and check your answer: The answer is: 30¢ How’d you do?!
- 10. Extra Practice… Draw the touch points on each coin, count by 5, and check your answer: The answer is: 65¢ How’d you do?!
- 11. Extra Practice… Draw the touch points on each coin, count by 5, and check your answer: The answer is: 45¢ How’d you do?!
- 12. Extra practice (and extra tricky!)… Draw the touch points on each coin, count by 5, and check your answer: The answer is: 56¢ How’d you do?!
- 13. Review! Name these coins: Nickel Quarter Dime Penny
- 14. Review! How many touch points on these coins: 1 5 5 10 2 10 5 5 25 20 15 0
- 15. Why is it important to learn about money? (some a little more than others!)

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