BC: I Love Money
FC: Money What you really need to know! Mrs. Herrington's class 2009-2010
1: A penny is worth one cent. It is a brown coin. Abraham Lincoln is on the front of the penny.
2: The Lincoln Memorial is on the back of the penny. The penny is still worth one cent. | How much money do you have it you have 10 pennies?
3: How do you count pennies? How many pennies make $1.00?
4: A nickel is worth five cents. Thomas Jefferson is on the front of the nickel.
5: The Monticello is on the back of the nickel. Thomas Jefferson lived in the Monticello.
6: How do you count nickels? How many nickels make $1.00?
7: You have to use money at the grocery stores, like Publix and Kroger.
8: A dime is worth ten cents. Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the front of the dime.
9: A torch is on the back of a dime. It is the smallest coin. The dime is silver.
11: A quarter is worth $.25. George Washington is on the quarter.
12: There is an eagle on the back of the quarter. There are state quarters too. Every state has a quarter with something special on the back.
15: This is a one dollar bill. George Washington is on the dollar bill too. It takes 100 pennies to make a dollar.
16: MY MONEY BUS
17: Things I learned about money... * - to draw dots - how to count by 5 and 10 - what the coins are worth - who is on the coins\ - money song - to count money - how to make math problems with money
18: What coins could I use to buy a lollipop that cost $.25? 1 quarter 2 dimes and 1 nickel 25 pennies
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