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Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes Objective: I will count pennies, nickels, and dimes. Standard: Identify and know the value of coins. Student’s Job to Learn Teacher’s Job to Teach
Introduce penny 1 ¢ nickel 5 ¢ dime 10¢ Guess the coin each riddle describes
You can use different coins to make 10 ¢ 1 dime 2 nickels 10 pennies
You have these coins. Show me 1 3 1 Did you line up the coins correct? ___ ____ ____ ____ ____ Let’s count them!—How much money? 10¢15¢20¢25¢26¢
You have these coins. Show me 2 3 0 Did you line up the coins correct? ___ ____ ____ ____ ____ Let’s count them!—How much money? 10¢20¢25¢30¢35¢
You have these coins. Show me 3 1 1 Did you line up the coins correct? ___ ____ ____ ____ ____ Let’s count them!—How much money? 10¢20¢30¢35¢36¢
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