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We will be learning how to count coins Quarters Dimes Nickels Pennies Use a decimal point for coins (.) Use a dollar sign for bills (4)
Quarters are worth 25 cents Each quarter adds 25 cents. These six quarters would equal….25 +.25.25.25= $1.50
Dimes are worth 10 cents To add dimes count by ten. Ten dimes are worth $1.00.
Nickels are worth 5 cents When counting nickels, count by five. Twenty nickels equals $1.00.
Pennies are worth 1 cent Pennies simply add one. 100 pennies equal $1.00
4 Quarters 10 dimes 20 nickels 100 pennies
Quarters .25,.50,.75, 1.00 Dimes .10,.20,.30,.40,.50,.60,.70,.80,.90,.100 Nickels .5,.10,.15,.20,.25,.30,.35,.40,.45,.50,.55,.60,.65,.70,.75,.80,.85,.90,.95, 1.00
On a sheet of paper practice with each coin and make.50 cents
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