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Let’s Investigate Coins!. Debra Darnutzer EDTC 660. Table of Contents. Click on any coin, President, or the arrow below. All coins have a President on them. Click to hear “Hail to the Chief”. A penny is worth 1 cent. A penny is made of copper . The statue of

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slide1

Let’s Investigate

Coins!

Debra Darnutzer

EDTC 660

slide2

Table of Contents

Click on any coin, President, or the arrow below.

slide3

All coins have a President

on them.

Click to hear “Hail to the Chief”.

slide4

A penny is worth

  • 1 cent.
  • A penny is made

of copper.

  • The statue of

liberty is made

of copper, too.

slide5

Will a penny be attracted

to a magnet?

Yes

No

slide7

Sorry!

A magnet does not

attract any coins.

slide8

Where can you visit the

Statue of Liberty?

New York

Chicago

slide9

Sorry!

The Statue of Liberty

is in New York City .

slide11

Abraham Lincoln

is on the head side.

  • The Lincoln

Memorial is on

the tail side.

slide12

Lincoln was our

16th President.

  • He worked

hard to end

slavery.

slide13

What President helped to

put an end to slavery?

slide14

Sorry!

Washington used slaves to work on his plantation.

slide16

Where were slaves taken

from?

Asia

Africa

Click to hear a hint.

slide18

Sorry!

Slaves were taken by

force from Africa.

slide19

A nickel is worth

5 cents.

  • Thomas Jefferson

is on the head side.

slide20

Jefferson wrote

the Declaration

of Independence.

  • This told of our

wish to be free

from England.

Click to hear “Yankee Doodle”.

slide21

A dime is worth

10 cents.

  • Franklin Roosevelt

is on the head side.

Click to hear President Roosevelt.

slide22

Japan bombed

Pearl Harbor in

Hawaii.

Click to hear a WWII plane.

  • He helped our

country through

World War II.

slide23

A quarter is

worth 25 cents.

  • George Washington

is on the head side.

slide26

Sorry!

The quarter and the dime

are both made of silver.

slide27

Which President is called

the Father of our country?

slide29

Sorry!

Washington was called the father of our country.

slide30

We fought a war

with England.

  • Washington helped

us win our freedom.

Click to hear “The Star Spangled Banner”.

slide31

How many stars were

on our first flag?

13

50

Click to hear “You’re a Grand Ole Flag”.

slide33

Sorry!

Count again. There were 13 stars on it.

slide34

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