# Tisha Nygren Tisha Nygren Kennesaw State University MKN1H – Students will identify coins by name and value (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter).

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Tisha Nygren Tisha Nygren Kennesaw State University MKN1H – Students will identify coins by name and value (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter).

Table of Contents  “Alexander, Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday” -Video on spending money  Which coin is worth the most? -Organizational Chart showing value of coins  How Many Pennies? -How many pennies is each coin worth?  Counting Change to One Dollar -Pie Graph of change up to \$1.00  Ways to Make a Dollar -Table showing different ways to make \$1.00 with change  Have You Ever Wondered How They Make Money? -Cartoon showing children how the U.S. Mint creates money

Alexander, Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday Click the screen to begin video.

Which coin is worth the most? After that, we have a nickel. Next, there is a dime. The least valuable coin is a penny. Then comes the quarter.

How many pennies? How many pennies is each coin worth?

Counting Change to \$1.00

Ways to Make One Dollar Half DollarsQuartersDimesNickelsPennies 20000 12000 11210 11205 11125 How many ways can you think of to make \$1.00? \$1.00

Have you ever wondered how they make money? What did you think – it grew on trees? Click here to find out! Click the arrow to return to video.

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