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Different Types of Money . Click Here to Begin!. By: Michelle Palka. Learn the buttons!. Click this icon to go to the next slide. Click this icon to go to the previous slide. Click this icon to go back to the first slide. STOP. Click this icon to stop the presentation.

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    1. Different Types of Money Click Here to Begin! By: Michelle Palka

    2. Learn the buttons! Click this icon to go to the next slide Click this icon to go to the previous slide Click this icon to go back to the first slide STOP Click this icon to stop the presentation

    3. THIS WILL BE FUN!!!!! Hi guys! My name is Stan! I’m here to help you learn all about pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters!!!

    4. What do you want to learn today? Coin Value Using Different Coins History of Coins QUIZ!!!!

    5. Click the on the picture of each coin to learn about them!

    6. COIN VALUE A penny = 1¢ or $.01 Color: Copper Fun Fact: There are more 1 cent coins produced than any other.

    7. COIN VALUE What is the value of a penny? 1cent 1 dollar

    8. COIN VALUE CORRECT! 1 cent is the value of one penny. AWESOME!

    9. COIN VALUE TRY AGAIN! 1 cent is the value of one penny. GOOD TRY!

    10. COIN VALUE A nickel = 5 ¢ or $.05 Color: Silver Fun Fact: A nickel is the second largest coin out of the four coins were learning about!

    11. COIN VALUE What value equals one nickel? 5 cents 1 cent

    12. COIN VALUE CORRECT! 5 cents equals the value of 1 nickel. AWESOME!

    13. COIN VALUE TRY AGAIN! GOOD TRY! 5 cents equals the value of 1 nickel.

    14. COIN VALUE A dime = 10¢ or $ 0.10 Color: Silver Fun Fact: John R. Sinnock is known as the official designer of the dime!

    15. COIN VALUE Which coin holds the value of ten cents? Quarter Dime

    16. COIN VALUE TRY AGAIN! A dime holds the value of 10 cents. GOOD TRY!

    17. COIN VALUE CORRECT! GOOD TRY! A dime holds the value of 10 cents.

    18. COIN VALUE A quarter = 25¢ or $ 0.25 Color: Silver Fun Fact: Quarters are the largest out of the four you are learning about!

    19. COIN VALUE The value of a quarter is___? 20 cents 25 cents

    20. COIN VALUE TRY AGAIN! GOOD TRY! The value of a quarter is 25 cents.

    21. COIN VALUE CORRECT! AWESOME! The value of a quarter is 25 cents.

    22. Now that you’ve mastered coin values…. Choose the next topic!

    23. Click the on the picture of each coin to learn about them!

    24. Using Different Coins Penny 5 pennies = 1 nickel 10 pennies = 1 dime 25 pennies = 1 quarter 100 pennies = 1 dollar

    25. Using Different Coins How many pennies would you need to trade to get a nickel? five nine

    26. Using Different Coins CORRECT! You would need to trade in five pennies to get one nickel. AWESOME!

    27. Using Different Coins TRY AGAIN! GOOD TRY! You would need to trade in five pennies to get one nickel.

    28. Using Different Coins Nickel 1 nickel = 5 pennies 2 nickels = 1 dime 5 nickels = 1 quarter 20 nickels = 1 dollar

    29. Using Different Coins Which two coins added together is equal to ten cents? 1 nickel & 1 nickel 1 nickel & 1 penny

    30. Using Different Coins CORRECT! AWESOME! 1 nickel plus another nickel is equal to 10 cents which is also one dime.

    31. Using Different Coins TRY AGAIN! 1 nickel plus another nickel is equal to 10 cents which is also one dime. GOOD TRY!

    32. Using Different Coins Dime 1 dime = 10 pennies 1 dime = 2 nickels 2 dimes & 1 nickel = 1 quarter 10 dimes = 1 dollar

    33. Using Different Coins If an item costs 20 cents, how many dimes would you give to the cashier? 2 20

    34. Using Different Coins TRY AGAIN! You would give the cashier 2 dimes. GOOD TRY!

    35. Using Different Coins CORRECT! AWESOME! You would give the cashier 2 dimes.

    36. Using Different Coins Quarter 1 quarter = 25 pennies 1 quarter = 5 dimes 1 quarter = 2 dimes & 1 nickel 1 quarter = 1 dollar

    37. Using Different Coins Which type of coin is worth more? A nickel A quarter

    38. Using Different Coins CORRECT! AWESOME! A quarter is worth more than a nickel.

    39. Using Different Coins TRY AGAIN! A quarter is worth more than a nickel. GOOD TRY!

    40. Using Different Coins You now know what a penny, nickel, dime and quarter are worth. Now lets learn about the history behind these coins!

    41. Click the on the picture of each coin to learn about them!

    42. History of Coins Penny • Front: President Abraham Lincoln • 16th U.S. president • Back: Lincoln Memorial • Monument dedicated to president Lincoln Fun Fact: The penny was designed by Benjamin Franklin!!!

    43. History of Coins What number president was Abraham Lincoln? 6th 16th

    44. History of Coins TRY AGAIN! Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the U.S. GOOD TRY!

    45. History of Coins CORRECT! AWESOME! Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the U.S.

    46. History of Coins Nickel • Front: President Thomas Jefferson • 3rd U.S. president Back: Monticello, which is Thomas Jefferson’s home. Fun Fact: Thomas Jefferson is the author of the Declaration of Independence.

    47. History of Coins What is the name of the president on the front of the nickel? Thomas Jefferson Andrew Jackson

    48. History of Coins CORRECT! AWESOME! Thomas Jefferson is on the front of the nickel.

    49. History of Coins TRY AGAIN! Thomas Jefferson is on the front of the nickel. GOOD TRY!

    50. History of Coins Fun Fact: The year after Franklin D. Roosevelt died, the dime was designed. Dime • Front: Franklin D. Roosevelt • 32nd U.S. president Back: A torch, an olive branch, & an oak tree.