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### Counting Currency

For Special Education

K-12

Next Slide

The objective of this Power Point is to teach your student how to count currency, mainly coins. It is a simple process and all you need to do is follow the arrows and read the instructions, then allow the student to do the rest. Press the “next page” button when you are ready to get started.

This will be your home button, and will take you to this page if you ever need it.

This button will be your return or back button

This button will be your next page button.

Here you can select a section you would wish to start with, or just go through each section starting with section #1.

Section #1- Amounts of Coins and Bills

Section #2- Writing Money

Section #3- Mixing it all up

This is a penny.

A penny= 1 cent

This is a nickel.

A nickel= 5 cents.

This is a dime.

A dime= 10 cents.

This is a quarter.

A quarter= 25 cents.

This is a dollar bill.

A dollar bill= 1 dollar or 100 cents.

This is a five dollar bill.

A five dollar bill= 5 dollars or 500 cents.

This is a ten dollar bill.

A ten dollar bill= 10 dollars or 10,000 cents.

Give the value to each of these coins.

The answers are on the next slide.

1 cent

25 cents

10 cents

1 Penny can be written as:

-or-

1 cent

-or-

\$0.01

1 dollar can be written as:

\$1

-or-

\$1.00

Adding cents to a dollar is as simple as this:

1 dollar + 53 cents =

\$1.53

-and-

2 dollars + 44 cents =

\$2.44

Here are some other examples:

5 dollars + 87 cents =

\$5.87

7 dollars + 31 cents =

\$7.31

How would you write:

2 dollars + 33 cents =

1 dollar + 48 cents =

9 dollars + 99 cents =

2 dollars + 33 cents =

\$2.33

1 dollar + 48 cents =

\$1.48

9 dollars + 99 cents =

\$9.99

100 Pennies

-or-

20 Nickels

-or-

10 Dimes

-or

4 Quarters

=

=

36 cents

=

45 cents

=

\$1.36

=

\$1.98

If James has 3 quarters and 1 dime, and Jill has 6 nickels and 1 dime; who has more money?

James would have more money, because he has 85 cents compared to Jill’s 40 cents.

The following section is the test. The goal is for your child to get at least 8 or 9 out of 10 right on it.

I understand that every student is different and that some need more help than others, but the goal is to see what they can do on their own without help.

Once your child thinks he’s got the answer, click anywhere on the slide for the correct answer.

How many pennies are in 1 dollar?

10

100

50

Remember each penny = 1 cent.

There is 100 pennies in 1 dollar.

How many dimes are in 1 dollar?

10

50

15

Remember 1 dime = 10 cents.

There are 10 dimes in 1 dollar.

How would you properly write 6 dollars and 37 cents?

\$37.6

\$6.37

\$8.37

Make sure the dollars go first, then the cents.

You would write that as:

\$6.37

How would you properly write 1 dollars and 12 cents?

\$1.12

\$4.66

\$12.10

Make sure the dollars go first, then the cents.

You would write that as:

\$1.12

How would you properly write 1 dollar and 53 cents?

\$5.31

\$2.53

\$1.53

Make sure the dollars go first, then the cents.

You would write that as:

\$1.53

36 cents

How much money is shown here?

25 cents

77 cents

A Penny = 1 cent

A Nickel = 5 cents

A Quarter = 25 cents

Correct that would be

36 cents.

40 cents

How much money is shown here?

30 cents

50 cents

A Nickel = 5 cents

A Dime = 10 cents

A Quarter = 25 cents

That would all equal

40 cents.

3 cents

How much money is shown here?

29 cents

19 cents

A Penny = 1 cent

A Nickel = 5 cents

A Dime = 10 cents

That would all equal

29 cents.

How much money is shown here?

\$7.00

\$2.00

\$4.00

4 Quarters = 1 Dollar

All of that would equal

7 dollars.

How many quarters are in 150 cents?

6

5

4

25

There would be 6 quarters.