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Identifying, Skip Counting, and Trading Coins!Penny Nickel Dime Quarter Identifying, Skip Counting, and Trading Coins! By: Katie Lindner
Pictures and worth 5’s, 10’s and 25’s Swap equal changeWhat we are Doing! Coins! Pictures and worth Skip Counting! 5’s, 10’s and 25’s Trading Money! Swap equal change
Coins Pictures and Worth!Quarter Dime Nickel Penny
By 5’s By 10’s By 25’s Skip Counting! Counting with nickels to 100Counting with dimes to 100 By 10’s Counting with quarters to 100 By 25’s
Skip counting by 5’s 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100
Skip counting by 10’s 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Skip Counting by 25’s 25 50 75 100
Trading Dimes and NickelsTrading money! Trading Pennies Trading Nickels Trading Dimes and Nickels
Trading Pennies Ten Pennies are the same thing as one DimeFive Pennies are the same thing as one Nickel Ten Pennies are the same thing as one Dime
Trading Nickels Two Nickels are the same thing as one DimeFive Nickels equals one Quarter
Trading Nickels and DimesTwo Dimes and one Nickel equals one Quarter
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