# 3nd Grade Mathematics Ms. Coleman

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Money 3nd Grade Mathematics Ms. Coleman

Coins Click the money to learn about each
Penny Nickel Dime Quarter \$1.00 \$5.00 \$10.00 \$20.00 Click next when you are ready to practice what you have learned!

Penny Value 1¢ or \$0.01 Copper coin Abraham Lincoln is on the penny
Smallest amount of money

Nickel = Example: Value 5¢ or \$0.05 Silver coin
Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel 5 pennies = 1 nickel = 1 Nickel 5 Pennies

Dime = Example: Value 10¢ or \$0.10 Silver coin
Franklin Roosevelt in on the dime 10 pennies = 1 dime 2 nickels = 1 dime = 1 Dime 2 Nickels

Quarter = Example: Value 25¢ or \$0.25 Silver coin
George Washington is on the quarter 25 pennies = 1 quarter 5 nickels = 1 quarter 2 dimes + 1 nickel = 1 quarter = 1 Quarter 5 Nickels

One Dollar Bill Example: = Value 100¢ or \$1.00
George Washington is on the one dollar 100 pennies = 1 dollar 20 nickels = 1 dollar 10 dimes = 1 dollar 4 quarters = 1 dollar = 1 Dollar 4 Quarters

Five Dollar Bill Example: = Value 500¢ or \$5.00
Abraham Lincoln is on the five dollar bill 20 quarters = one 5 dollar bill Five 1 dollar bills = one five dollar bill Example: = Five 1 Dollar Bills 5 Dollar Bill

Ten Dollar Bill Example: = Value 1,000¢ or \$10.00
Alexander Hamilton is on the ten dollar bill 40 quarters = one 10 dollar bill Ten 1 dollar bills = one 10 dollar bill Two 5 dollar bills = one 10 dollar bill = 10 Dollar Bill Two 5 Dollar Bills

Twenty Dollar Bill Example: = Value 2,000¢ or \$20.00
Andrew Jackson is on the 20 dollar bill 80 quarters = one 20 dollar bill Twenty 1 dollar bills= one 20 dollar bill Four 5 dollar bills = one 20 dollar bill Two 10 dollar bills = one 20 dollar bill Example: = 20 Dollar Bill Two 10 Dollar Bills

Question Time! How much does one 10 dollar bill, two 1 dollar bills, 2 dimes, and 3 pennies make? A) \$12.43 B) \$12.03 C) \$12.23

Nice Try but Try Again! \$12.43 is a little too much. If there was 2 more dimes given (4 dimes total) this answer would be correct.

Nice Try but Try Again! \$12.00 is not enough. If there was just one 10 dollar bill given and two 1 dollar bills given this would be correct.

Congratulations you are correct!!
\$ \$ \$ \$ \$ \$0.01 +\$0.01+ \$0.01 = \$12.23

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