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  1. Let’s Investigate Coins! Debra Darnutzer EDTC 660

  2. Table of Contents Click on any coin, President, or the arrow below.

  3. All coins have a President on them. Click to hear “Hail to the Chief”.

  4. A penny is worth • 1 cent. • A penny is made of copper. • The statue of liberty is made of copper, too.

  5. Will a penny be attracted to a magnet? Yes No

  6. Give yourself a big hand!

  7. Sorry! A magnet does not attract any coins.

  8. Where can you visit the Statue of Liberty? New York Chicago

  9. Sorry! The Statue of Liberty is in New York City .

  10. Give yourself a big hand!

  11. Abraham Lincoln is on the head side. • The Lincoln Memorial is on the tail side.

  12. Lincoln was our 16th President. • He worked hard to end slavery.

  13. What President helped to put an end to slavery?

  14. Sorry! Washington used slaves to work on his plantation.

  15. Give yourself a big hand!

  16. Where were slaves taken from? Asia Africa Click to hear a hint.

  17. Give yourself a big hand!

  18. Sorry! Slaves were taken by force from Africa.

  19. A nickel is worth 5 cents. • Thomas Jefferson is on the head side.

  20. Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. • This told of our wish to be free from England. Click to hear “Yankee Doodle”.

  21. A dime is worth 10 cents. • Franklin Roosevelt is on the head side. Click to hear President Roosevelt.

  22. Japan bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Click to hear a WWII plane. • He helped our country through World War II.

  23. A quarter is worth 25 cents. • George Washington is on the head side.

  24. Which coin is not made of silver?

  25. Give yourself a big hand!

  26. Sorry! The quarter and the dime are both made of silver.

  27. Which President is called the Father of our country?

  28. Give yourself a big hand!

  29. Sorry! Washington was called the father of our country.

  30. We fought a war with England. • Washington helped us win our freedom. Click to hear “The Star Spangled Banner”.

  31. How many stars were on our first flag? 13 50 Click to hear “You’re a Grand Ole Flag”.

  32. Give yourself a big hand!

  33. Sorry! Count again. There were 13 stars on it.

  34. Bibliography http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/default.aspx?lc=en-us&cag=1 http://www.discoverynet.com/~aisnead/allsongs 1/panther.html http://www.discoverynet.com/~ajsnead/patriotic/usasongs.html http://www.dailywav.com/pn.html