# Money: Introduction to coins (focus on pennies and nickels)

Coins Mini-Lesson Part 1
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Coins Mini-Lesson Part 1

American Coins
Quarter
Dime
Nickel
Penny

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The unit of measure for coins is "cents"

The symbol for cents is:

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For example you can write
6 cents
or
6

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Quarter
25 cents
Front: George Washington profile (side of face)
Back: Bald Eagle (with wings spread on perch)

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Limited Edition Quarters

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Dime
Front: profile of Franklin D. Roosevelt
Back: olive branch, a torch, and an oak branch
10 cents

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Nickel
Front: profile of Thomas Jefferson
Back: “Monticello,” a large home that Jefferson designed and built for himself
5 cents

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Penny
Front: profile of Abraham Lincoln
1 cent
Back: Lincoln Memorial in D.C.

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older version of the Penny
1 cent

100 cents =
1 dollar
100   = \$1.00

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Let's practice identifying coins and their worth!

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Let's try pennies and nickels together!

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How many cents do I have in my coin purse?
Your job is to count how many cents I have in all.

Example:
5 + 1 = 6

6 cents

#1

5+5=10
10 cents

#2

5+5+1+1+12
12 cents

#3

5+1+1+1=8
8 cents

#4

5+5+1+1+1+1=14
14 cents

#5

1+1+1+1+1+1=6
6 cents

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Coins Mini-Lesson Part 2

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Now let's try with all the coins and their worth!

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Let's play a game to practice your skills!