# Learning About Money Coins and Their Values Rosa Echeverria 2 nd Grade.

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Learning About Money Coins and Their Values Rosa Echeverria 2 nd Grade

The Penny A penny is worth one cent. We write this 1¢ The front of a penny looks like this: The back of a penny looks like this:

The Nickel The front of a nickel looks like this: A nickel is worth five cents. We write this 5¢ The back of a nickel looks like this: A nickel is worth 5 pennies: =

The Dime A dime is worth ten cents. We write this 10¢ The back of a dime looks like this: The front of a dime looks like this:

Or, a dime is worth 2 nickels: = The Dime A dime is worth 10 pennies: =

The Quarter A quarter is worth twenty-five cents. We write this 25¢ The front of a quarter looks like this: The back of a quarter looks like this:

Or, a quarter is worth 2 dimes and 1 nickel: = The Quarter A quarter is worth 5 nickels: =

References Web Sites – http://www.kidsbank.com/ http://www.kidsbank.com/ – Learning to Use Money Learning to Use Money – Online Money Counting Game Online Money Counting Game – Money Workshop (Registration Required) Money Workshop (Registration Required) Other resources – “Playing with money Bingo”. An educational electronic toy. – Playing With Money, a book by Carlos Fuentes.

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