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Money Early Childhood Education First Grade By: Kristen Mason Click here to begin!
Counting Money A penny = 1 cent Next
How much money do you have? 1 Cent 2 Cents 3 Cents 4 Cents Click the right star!
You got it! A penny = 1 cent 4 pennies = 4 cents Next
Oops… Try counting again! Click here to try again!
Nickel A nickel = 5 cents Next
How many ‘s = 1 ? 13 5
Correct! Since a = 5 cents 5 ‘s = 1 Next
Try Again! Think about how much a nickel is worth. How much is a penny worth? Click here to try again!
Dime A dime = 10 cents! Next
Dime How many ‘s = 1 ? 5 10 15 20 Click the right star!
Hooray! Since a dime = 10 cents and a penny = 1 cent 10 pennies = 1 dime! Next
Whoops! Try Again! Think hard! I know you can do it! Click here to try again!
How much money do you have? 6 cents 33 cents 28 cents 18 cents Click the right star!
Yes! You got it right! Next
Try Counting Again.. Remember how much each coin is worth! Click here to try again!
You have learned.. How to count pennies! How to count nickels! How to count dimes! Now try practicing with real money. Can you make your own math coin problem? Next
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