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Money Math!
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Penny
Pennies are worth one cent ($0.01)
Pennies are worth the least out of all the coins.
Slide 2 - Slide
Nickel
Nickels are worth five cents ($0.05)
It takes five pennies to equal one nickel.
Slide 3 - Slide
Dime
Dimes are worth 10 cents ($0.10)
Two nickels equal one dime
10 pennies equal one dime.
Slide 4 - Slide
Quarter
Quarters are worth 25 cents ($0.25)
25 pennies equals one quarter.
Five nickels equals one quarter.
Dimes do not equal quarters evenly
Slide 5 - Slide
Dollar
A dollar equals 100 cents ($1.00)
100 pennies equals one dollar
20 nickels equals one dollar
10 pennies equal one dollar
4 quarters equal one dollar
Slide 6 - Slide
Now it's your turn!
Type or use pictures to show which coins you would use to make each amount of money! There are multiple answers!
Slide 7 - Slide
How would you make 40 cents?
($0.40)
Slide 8 - Open question
How would you make 75 cents?
($0.75)
Slide 9 - Open question
How would you make eight cents?
($0.08)
Slide 10 - Open question
How would you make one dollar and 3 cents? ($1.03)
Slide 11 - Open question
Great job!
Any questions?
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