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THE FOUR TYPES OF COINS Section 1

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What are Coins? Coins are pieces of money, usually made of a certain type of metal. In the U.S., there are 4 main types of coins. We will look at all of them in this slideshow.

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The Penny These two coins below are both pennies. Image taken by powerpointpros.com for use by powerpointpros.com. This image is copyright © 2015.

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More about the Penny A penny is a small copper coin worth 1 cent. This is the smallest coin (in value) of the U.S. currency system, worth only 1/100 of a dollar!

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The Nickel These two coins below are both nickels. Image taken by powerpointpros.com for use by powerpointpros.com. This image is copyright © 2015.

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More about the Nickel A nickel is larger than the penny, both in size and in value. It is worth 5 cents, or, 5 pennies. It is still relatively small in value, however. It takes 20 nickels to make one dollar!

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The Dime These two coins below are both dimes. Image taken by powerpointpros.com for use by powerpointpros.com. This image is copyright © 2015.

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More about the Dime The dime is the smallest coin in size, but the second largest (of the four we are going to talk about) in value! It is worth 10 cents, or, 2 nickels, or 10 pennies. It takes 10 dimes to make a dollar (100 cents).

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The Quarter These two coins below are both quarters. Image taken by powerpointpros.com for use by powerpointpros.com. This image is copyright © 2015.

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More about the Quarter The quarter is the largest of the 4 coins, both in size and in value. It is worth 25 cents. That is 25 pennies, 5 nickels, and 2 1/2 dimes! It only takes 4 quarters to make a dollar, just like it takes 4 quarter-slices of pie to make a whole pie!

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IDENTIFYING COINS Section 2

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Practice A coin will be shown on the right. Can you tell what coin it is?

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Practice What type of coins are these? Nickels!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Dimes!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Pennies!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Nickels!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Quarters!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Pennies!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Dimes!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Nickels!

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Practice What type of coins are these? Quarters!

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MORE WITH COIN VALUES Section 3

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Recalling Coin Values Coin Image Coin NameCoin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents We can use this chart to help us remember the values of each coin, until we can just know them from memory.

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Finding Values of Coins To find the value of a set of coins, all we have to do is add the values of those coins together. Let’s practice! Coin Image Coin NameCoin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents

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Practicing Coin Image Coin NameCoin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents We have three dimes. All we have to do to find the total value of those coins is add their values together. So, let’s do it! 10 cents Each of these dimes is worth 10 cents. So, if we add 10+10+10, we get 30. These coins’ total value is 30 cents!

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Practicing Coin Image Coin NameCoin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents We have one dime and one nickel. Remember, all we have to do to find the total value of those coins is add their values together. So, let’s do it! 10 cents 5 cents A dime is worth 10 cents, and a nickel is worth 5 cents. If we add these two coins together, we see that the total value is 15 cents!

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Practicing Coin Image Coin NameCoin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents We have one dime, one quarter, and a penny. All we have to do to find the total value of those coins is add their values together. So, let’s do it! 10 cents 25 cents 1 cent A dime is worth 10 cents, a quarter is worth 25 cents, and a penny is worth 1 cent. If we add those numbers up, we see that the total value of these coins is 36 cents!

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FINDING COIN VALUES— ON YOUR OWN Section 4

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On your Own Now that we’ve practiced with adding up coins to get their total value, you get to try it on your own! Grab a sheet of paper and a pencil and let’s get started!

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Practice with Total Value What is the total value of these coins? (Use the table if you need help!) 1. Total Value: Coin Image Coin Name Coin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents 3 cents!

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Practice with Total Value What is the total value of these coins? (Use the table if you need help!) 1. Total Value: Coin Image Coin Name Coin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents 16 cents!

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Practice with Total Value What is the total value of these coins? (Use the table if you need help!) 1. Total Value: Coin Image Coin Name Coin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents 75 cents!

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Practice with Total Value What is the total value of these coins? (Use the table if you need help!) 1. Total Value: Coin Image Coin Name Coin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents 36 cents!

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Practice with Total Value What is the total value of these coins? (Use the table if you need help!) 1. Total Value: Coin Image Coin Name Coin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents 11 cents!

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Practice with Total Value What is the total value of these coins? (Use the table if you need help!) 1. Total Value: Coin Image Coin Name Coin Value Penny1 cent Nickel5 cents Dime10 cents Quarter25 cents 7 cents!

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Congratulations! You now know the 4 main types of U.S. coins, how much they’re worth, and how to find total value!

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