# Identifying and Counting Coins

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```					Identifying and Counting
Coins
Objective
• Students will be able to recognize a
penny, nickel, and dime

• Students will be able count pennies,
nickels and dimes
Have Fun!!!
What do you want to do?

• Identify Coins    *Count Coins
A Penny
Penny, penny
Easily spent
Copper Brown and worth…
One Cent!

Front         Back
Let’s Try
Pick which one is the penny.
Sorry, Try Again
• Remember, a penny is brown!
Correct!

GREAT JOB!!!
Correct!

GREAT JOB!!!
A Nickel
Nickel, nickel
Thick and Fat
You’re worth 5 cents
I know that!

Front          Back
Let’s Try
Pick which one is the nickel.
Sorry, Try Again
• Remember a nickel is fat and silver
Let’s Compare
• This is a nickel because it is silver and
thick.

• This one is a penny because it is brown.
Here we go!
• Now let’s see if you can guess which one
is the dime!
Sorry, Try Again
• Remember, a penny is brown and a nickel
is thick and fat.

Penny                Nickel
Correct!

GREAT JOB!!!
Correct!

GREAT JOB!!!
A Dime
Dime, dime
Little and thin
I remember
You’re worth 10!

Front         Back
Let’s Try
• Which one is the dime?
Sorry, Try Again
• Remember, a dime is small and silver.
Let’s Try Again!
• Which one is the penny?
Correct!

GREAT JOB!!!
Sorry, try again!
• Remember a penny is brown.
Let’s Try
• Which one is the nickel?
Sorry, try again!
• Remember a nickel is thick and fat.
Correct!

GREAT JOB!!!
Let’s Try!
• Which one is the dime?
Sorry, try again!
• Remember a dime is
thin and small.
Correct!

GREAT JOB!!!
Congratulations!
You have learned what a penny, nickel and dime is!!
Let’s Review!
• This is a penny. It is worth 1cent.

• This is a nickel. It is worth 5 cents.

• This is a dime. It is worth 10 cents.
Let’s Try!
• A penny is worth how much?

5 Cents         1 Cent        10 Cents
Sorry, try again.
• Remember, a penny is brown and it only
takes 1!
Correct!!
• You are right! A penny is worth 1 cent.
Let’s Try!
• A nickel is worth how much?

1 cent         5 cents         10 cents
Sorry, try again!
• Remember a nickel is thick and it takes 5
pennies to make this nickel.
Correct!
• You are right. A nickel is worth 5 cents!
Let’s Try
• A dime is worth how much?

10 cents        5 cents      1 cent
Sorry, try again!
• Remember a dime is thin and is equal to 2
nickels.
Correct!
• You are right! A dime is worth 10 cents!
Counting Pennies

This is 3 cents.
Counting Pennies
• 1 cent           1 cent           1 cent

1               2                 3
• 1+1+1 cent would equal 3 cents.
Let’s Try
• How much money is this?

2 cents        4 cents     5 cents
Sorry, try again.
• Remember, each penny is worth 1 cent.
Correct!
• Great job! Since each penny is worth 1
cent and there are 4 pennies, it is 4 cents!
Let’s try again!
• How much money is this?

6 cents        8 cents      7 cents
Sorry, try again!
• Remember a penny is only worth 1 cent.
Correct!
• You are right! Since each penny is worth
1 cent and there are 7 pennies, it is 7
cents.
Counting Nickels
5 cents         5 cents        5 cents

5               10            15

This would be 15 cents because if we
count by 5’s and add 3 fives: 5+5+5 is 15.
Counting Nickels
• This is 20 cents!

5       10         15   20
Let’s Try
• How much money is this?

5 cents      15 cents      10 cents
Sorry, try again!
• Remember, each nickel is worth 5 cents.
That means you need to count by 5’s.
Correct!
• Great Job. Since there are 2 nickels and
each is worth 5 cents, that equals 10
cents.
Let’s try again!
• How much money is this?

30 cents     25 cents      20 cents
Sorry, try again!
• Remember, each nickel is worth 5 cents.
That means you need to count by 5’s.
Correct!
• Great Job! There are 5 nickels and that
means it is 25 cents!
Counting Dimes
This is 30 cents.
Counting Dimes
10 cents        10 cents     10 cents

10              20            30

This would be 30 cents because we need
to count by 10’s and 10+10+10 is 30.
Let’s Try
• How much money is this?

50 cents     30 cents      60 cents
Sorry, try again.
• Remember, a dime is worth 10 cents. You
need to try counting by 10’s.
Correct!
• Great Job! This is 50 cents because there
are 5 dimes each worth 10 cents!
Let’s try again!
• How much money is this?

60 cents      40 cents     30 cents
Sorry, try again!
• Remember, a dime is worth 10 cents. You
need to try counting by 10’s.
Correct!
• Great Job! This is 40 cents because there
are 4 dimes each worth 10 cents!
Keep Going
• Do you have enough money to buy this?

50cents

Yes            No
Correct!
• Great Job!! Yes, you have 50 cents and
Sorry!
• Try counting by 5’s.
Let’s Go!
• Do you have enough money to buy this?

8 cents

Yes             No
Oops!
• Remember pennies are only worth 1 cent!
Right On!
• Great Job! Since you only had 5 cents to
spend, the candy was 8 cents so you
didn’t have enough to buy it.
More Practice
• Do you have enough money to buy this?

80cents

Yes            No
Oops!
• Try counting by 10’s to figure this one out!
Right On!
• Since you have 8 dimes and each worth
10 cents, you do have enough to by the
jelly beans!
• What could you buy with this much
money?

20 cents      35 cents      25 cents
Sorry!
• Try counting by 5’s to see which item you
Great Job!
• Since you have 25 cents you can buy the
lollypop!
• What can you buy with this much money?

5cents        7 cents        3 cents
Oh! Try Again!
• Remember a penny is only worth 1 cent.
Nice Work!
• Yes, you have 7 cents so you can by the
• What can you buy with this much money?

80 cents       50 cents       60 cents
Oops!
• Each dime is worth 10 cents. Try counting
by 10’s.
Wonderful!
• Yes, 60 cents will buy you the train!
Are you up for a challenge?

This is 7 cents.
Why?
• This is 7 cents because you have a nickel
worth 5 cents and 2 pennies worth 1 cent
each. So 5+1+1 is 7 cents.

5         6        7
Let’s Try!
• How much money is this?

6 cents      9 cents     4 cents
Sorry!
• Remember a nickel is worth 5 cents and a
penny is only worth 1 cent.
Well Done!
• You have 1 nickel worth 5 cents and 4
pennies worth 4 cents. So 5+1+1+1+1 is
9 cents!
Let’s shop!
• Do you have enough to buy this?

6 cents

Yes               No
Oops!
• Remember the nickel is worth 5 cents and
the pennies are worth 1 cent each.
Correct!
• You have a total of 7 cents and the ball is
only 6 cents so you do have enough!
Let’s try one more!
• Do you have enough money to buy this?

12 cents

Yes             No
Oops!
• Remember each nickel is 5 cents and the
pennies are 1 cent each.
Good Job!
• You do not have enough money to buy the
chocolate rabbit. It costs 12 cents and you
only have 10 cents.
Congratulations!
You have become super coin counter!!

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