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From http://drjean.org/Found a Penny By Dr. Jean Lyrics by Dr. Holly From
Found a penny, found a penny,Found a penny just now. It is round and brown and shiny
I see Lincoln, I see Lincoln,Our sixteenth president. On the back is his Memorial Penny, penny’s worth one cent.
Found a nickel, found a nickel, It is round and fat and silverFound a nickel just now. It is round and fat and silver
I see Jefferson, I see Jefferson,Our third president. On the back is Monticello, Nickel, nickel’s worth five cents.
Found a dime, found a dime,Found a dime just now. It is thin and small and silver,
I see Roosevelt, I see Roosevelt,Our thirty-second president. On the back is a torch. One dime is worth ten cents.
Found a quarter, found a quarter,Found a quarter just now. It’s the largest of all the coins,
I see Washington, I see Washington,Our first president. On the back the bald eagle; Quarter’s worth twenty-five cents
Found a dollar, found a dollar,Found a dollar just now. It has a picture of George Washington And it’s worth one hundred cents
= Five pennies equal a nickel.
= Ten pennies equal a dime.
= Twenty-five pennies in a quarter,
= Two nickels equal a dime.
= Five nickels in a quarter, = or a nickel and two dimes;
= Four quarters in a dollar
= And a dollar equals ten dimes.
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