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Money Values. Kelsey Bolling Grade: First Lesson: Money Values. Go to next slide. Main Menu. Penny. Nickel. One Dollar Bill. Five Dollar Bill. Ten Dollar Bill. Twenty Dollar Bill. Dime. Quarter.

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### Money Values

Kelsey Bolling

Lesson: Money Values

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Penny

Nickel

One Dollar Bill

Five Dollar Bill

Ten Dollar Bill

Twenty Dollar Bill

Dime

Quarter

Directions: Click on each picture of money to learn about each of them. Then click here for questions on them.

Penny

Equals 1 Cent

Cent Symbol- ₵

Abraham Lincoln is on the Penny

100 Pennies= 1 Dollar

Dollar sign- \$

Nickel

Equals 5 ₵

Thomas Jefferson is on the Nickel

20 Nickels= \$1

Dime

Equals 10 ₵

Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the Dime

10 Dimes= \$1

Quarter

Equals 25 ₵

George Washington is on the Quarter

4 Quarters= \$1

One Dollar Bill

Worth \$1

Smallest form of paper money

George Washington is on the One Dollar Bill

Five Dollar Bill

Worth 5 One Dollar Bills

Abraham Lincoln is on the front of the Five Dollar Bill

The Lincoln Memorial is on the back of the Five dollar bill

Ten Dollar Bill

Worth 10 \$1’s= \$10

2 \$5’s= \$10

Alexander Hamilton is on the from of the \$10 bill

Twenty Dollar Bill

Worth 20 \$1’s= \$20

4 \$5’s= \$20

2 \$10’s= \$20

Andrew Jackson is on the front of the \$20 bill

Question #1

• How many Pennies (1₵) are in One Dollar (\$1)?
• A). 5
• B). 100
• C). 25
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• 5 Pennies would only make up a Nickel!

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• Great Job! You knew that 100 Pennies were in One Dollar!

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• 25 Pennies would only make one Quarter!

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