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What Does Money Look Like?. The World of Money By: Alissa Cattron. How Do People Use Coins?.

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What Does Money Look Like?

The World of Money

By: Alissa Cattron


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How Do People Use Coins?

  • People use coins every day. We use coins when we buy something at a store, or when we make change. Coins are the most basic part of our money system. Before we use coins we have to learn what the look like.


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The Money We Will Learn

  • We are going to learn about coins.

  • The four coins are :

  • Pennies

  • Nickels

  • Dimes

  • Quarters


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A Penny

  • A penny is worth 1 cent or $0.01.

  • A picture of Abraham Lincoln is on the front of the penny.

  • A picture of the Lincoln memorial is on the back of the penny.


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A Penny Rhyme

  • Penny, penny, Easily spent. Copper brown and worth one cent.


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A Nickel

  • A nickel is worth 5 cents or $0.05.

  • A picture of Thomas Jefferson is on the front of the nickel.

  • A picture of the Monticello is on the back of the nickel (which was Thomas Jefferson’s home).


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A Nickel Rhyme

  • Nickel, nickel, Thick and fat. You’re worth five cents, I know that.


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A Dime

  • A dime is worth 10 cents or $0.10.

  • A picture of Dewight D. Eisenhower is on the front of the dime.

  • A torch is on the back of the dime.


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A Dime Rhyme

  • Dime, dime, Little and thin. I Remember, you’re worth ten.


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A Quarter

  • A quarter is worth 25 cents or $0.25.

  • A picture of George Washington is on the front of the quarter.

  • A picture of the bald eagle is on the back of the quarter.


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A Quarter Rhyme

  • Quarter, quarter, big and bold. You’re worth twenty-five I am told.

  • (The back of this quarter is one of the new 50 states designs.)


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What We Have Learned

  • We have learned about coins.

  • We now know what the penny, nickel, dime and quarter look like.

  • We also know the value of each coin.

  • The information we have learned will be very useful in the future.

  • We have also learned a poem to help us remember the coins.


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Penny, penny, Easily spent. Copper brown and worth one cent.

Nickel, nickel, Thick and fat. You’re worth five cent, I know that.

Dime, dime, Little and thin. I remember, you’re worth ten.

Quarter, quarter, big and bold. You’re worth twenty- five I am told.

The Coin Rhyme


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