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MONEY $ Unit 1 st Grade
What is money?
PENNY 1¢ one cent $0.01 Made of copper Abraham Lincoln’s head on the front The Lincoln Memorial on the back Brown/bronze color Smooth edges
Nickel 5¢ Five cents $0.05 Five pennies equals one nickel Silver Thomas Jefferson is on the front Montecito is on the back Made of copper and nickel Smooth edges
Dime 10¢ Ten cents $0.10 Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the front Torch and olive leaves are on the back Ten dimes equal $1.00 (one-dollar) Rough edges Smallest in SIZE
Quarter 25¢ Twenty-five cents $0.25 Made of copper and nickel Some quarters have bald eagles on the back Some quarters have state capitols on the back 4 quarters equal a $1.00 (one-dollar)
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