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Objectives To be able to recognize U.S. coins & the dollar To know the value of each coin & dollar To know how coins are related to each other
Penny Name - 1 penny Name - 1 cent Worth - 1¢1¢ - $.01
Nickel Name – 1 nickel Name – 5 cents Worth - 5¢5¢ - $.05
Dime Name – 1 dime Name – 10 cents Worth - 10¢ Worth - $.10
Quarter Name – 1 quarter Name – 25 cents Worth - 25¢ Worth - $.25
Half Dollar Name – 1 half dollar Name – 50 cents Worth - 50¢ Worth - $.50
Dollar Name – 1 dollar Name – 1 buck Worth - $1.00
What coin is this? How much is it worth? Name – 1 quarter Name – 25 cents Worth - 25¢ Worth - $.25
What coin is this? How much is it worth? Name – 1 dime Name – 10 cents Worth - 10¢ Worth - $.10
What is this called? How much is it worth? Name – 1 dollar Name – 1 buck Worth - $1.00
What coin is this? How much is it worth? Name - 1 penny Name - 1 cent Worth - 1¢1¢ - $.01
What coin is this? How much is it worth? Name – 1 nickel Name – 5 cents Worth - 5¢5¢ - $.05
What coin is this? How much is it worth? Name – 1 half dollar Name – 50 cents Worth - 50¢ Worth - $.50
Five pennies are equal to a nickel =
Two nickels are equal to a dime =
Five nickels are equal to a quarter =
Two dimes and a nickel are equal to a quarter =
One dime and three nickels are equal to a quarter =
Five dimes are equal to a half dollar =
Ten dimes are equal to 1 dollar =
Four quarters are equal to 1 dollar =
Two half dollars equal 1 dollar =
Two nickels equal what coin? =
Two half dollars equal what? =
Four quarters equal what? =
Five pennies equal what coin? =
Ten dimes equal what? =
Five nickels are equal to what coin? =
Two dimes and a nickel are equal to what coin? =
Five dimes are equal to what coin? =
One dime and three nickels are equal to what coin? =
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