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Counting Money Pennies, Nickels, & Dimes Created by Mrs. Miller Math SOL K.7 & 1.10
This is a penny. It is worth 1¢. When we count pennies, we count by 1s.
Let’s count some pennies. 1¢2¢3¢4¢5¢ 6¢7¢8¢9¢10¢
This is a nickel. It is worth 5¢. When we count nickels, we count by 5s.
Let’s count some nickels. 5¢10¢15¢20¢25¢ 30¢35¢40¢45¢50¢
This is a dime. It is worth 10¢. When we count dimes, we count by 10s.
Let’s count some dimes. 10¢20¢30¢40¢50¢ 60¢70¢80¢90¢$1.00
This is a quarter. It is worth 25¢. When we count quarters, we count by 25s.
Let’s count some quarters. 25¢50¢75¢$1.00
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