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Click on the penny to learn about the penny! Click on the quarter to learn about the quarter! Click on the nickel to learn about the nickel! Click on the dime to learn more about the dime! Click on the collection of coins to practice counting coin combinations! Created by Emily Showalter Summer Session I June 2010 ITC 125 801 Click here to play a coin game or activity!

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The Penny How much is a penny worth? What is on the heads side? What is on the tails side? Click the coins to go back to the first slide.

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Counting Pennies… When counting pennies, you must count by ones. Examples: = 1 cent = 4 cents

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The Nickel How much is a nickel worth? What is on the heads side? What is on the tails side?

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Counting Nickels… When counting nickels, you must count by fives. Examples: = 5 cents = 20 cents

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The Dime How much is a dime worth? What is on the heads side? What is on the tails side?

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Counting Dimes… When counting dimes, you must count by tens. Examples: = 10 cents = 50 cents

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The Quarter How much is a quarter worth? What is on the heads side? What is on the tails side?

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Counting Quarters… When counting quarters, you must count by twenty-fives. Examples: = 25 cents = 100 cents

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. = ? 6 cents5 cents20 cents

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. = ? 50 cents45 cents35 cents 50 cents45 cents35 cents

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. = ? 70 cents50 cents30 cents

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. = ? 75 cents50 cents25 cents

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. 65 cents45 cents55 cents = ?

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. 17 cents62 cents37 cents17 cents62 cents37 cents = ?

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. =? 15 cents60 cents33 cents

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. = ? 74 cents79 cents81 cents

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Coin combinations… Choose the correct answer. = ? 50 cents52 cents56 cents

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Fun Coin Games to Play… http://www.internet4classrooms

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PA First Grade Math Standards: 2.1.E Count change up to one dollar using a collection of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters). PA First Grade Science and Technology Standards: 3.7.B Select appropriate instruments to study materials. 3.7.D Use basic computer software. ISTE NETS: 6. Technology Operations and Concepts a. Understand and use technology systems. b. Select and use applications effectively and productively. Standards

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Counting Coins and Value. Retrieved 2 June 2010 from http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skill_builders /counting_coins_math_ first_1st_grade.htm. http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skill_builders /counting_coins_math_ first_1st_grade.htm Learning About Money. Retrieved 4 June 2010 from http://kitzerz.myweb.uga.edu/Money%20Matter% 20Project/historyofmoney.html 20Project/historyofmoney.html. Wright, Amy K. History of Money. Retrieved 3 June 2010 from http://kitzerz.myweb.uga.edu/Money%20 Matter%20Project/historyofmoney.html.http://kitzerz.myweb.uga.edu/Money%20 Matter%20Project/historyofmoney.html Resources:

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