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The Real World of Mathematics Connecting Math to everyday life. By: Amy Pierce. OBJECTIVES. To recognize and identify:. Pennies. Nickels. Dimes. And to understand what each are worth. (to identify their value). What Is This?. It’s a PENNY!. How much is a penny worth?.

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    1. The Real World of Mathematics Connecting Math to everyday life. By: Amy Pierce

    2. OBJECTIVES • To recognize and identify: Pennies • Nickels • Dimes And to understand what each are worth. (to identify their value)

    3. What Is This? It’s a PENNY!

    4. How much is a penny worth? What is a penny’s value? $ 0.01 one cent

    5. What is this called? It’s a NICKEL!

    6. How much is a nickel worth? What is a nickel’s value? $ 0.05 Five cents

    7. What is this? It’s a DIME!

    8. How much is a dime worth? What is a dime’s value? $ 0.10 Ten cents

    9. QUIZ ON TEACHER WEBSITE http://teacherweb.com/MN/UMDEduc3412Spring2009Section4/MsAmy/Response1.stm

    10. Picture Sources • http://www.coinfacts.com/error_coins/mules/1999_penny_dime_mule_obv.jpg • http://www.wpclipart.com/money/US_Currency/US_Penny_back.png • http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l301/arlington_2005/Blog_Photos/2006Nickel_Unc_Rev.jpg • http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/photos/uncategorized/2008/04/30/dime.jpg