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# Money - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Money. Nikki Keesee. How to count money. We will be learning how to count coins Quarters Dimes Nickels Pennies Use a decimal point for coins (.) Use a dollar sign for bills (4). Quarters. Quarters are worth 25 cents. Each quarter adds 25 cents. These six quarters would equal…

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### Money

Nikki Keesee

• We will be learning how to count coins

• Quarters

• Dimes

• Nickels

• Pennies

• Use a decimal point for coins (.)

• Use a dollar sign for bills (4)

• Quarters are worth 25 cents

Each quarter adds 25 cents. These six quarters would equal…

.25

.25

.25

+.25

.25

.25= \$1.50

• Dimes are worth 10 cents

To add dimes count by ten. Ten dimes are worth \$1.00.

• Nickels are worth 5 cents

When counting nickels, count by five. Twenty nickels equals \$1.00.

• Pennies are worth 1 cent

Pennies simply add one. 100 pennies equal \$1.00

• 4 Quarters

• 10 dimes

• 20 nickels

• 100 pennies

• Quarters

• .25, .50, .75, 1.00

• Dimes

• .10, .20, .30, .40, .50, .60, .70, .80, .90, .100

• Nickels

• .5, .10, .15, .20, .25, .30, .35, .40, .45, .50, .55, .60, .65, .70, .75, .80, .85, .90, .95, 1.00

• On a sheet of paper practice with each coin and make .50 cents

Quarters

Dimes

Nickels

pennies