# Counting Money (PowerPoint)

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Penny
• Is worth 1 cent.
• Picture of Abraham
Lincoln on it.
Nickle
• Worth 5 cents
• Picture of Thomas
Jefferson on it.
Dime
• Worth 10 cents
• Has a Picture of
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Quarter
• Is worth 25 cents
• Face on the coin is
George Washington
Fifty Cent Piece
• This coin is worth 50
cents
• The face on the coin
is John F. Kennedy
Dollar
• This is worth 100 cents.
Which equals one
dollar
• The Face on the Dollar
is George Washington
• The government also
makes coin gold
dollars.
• The face on this coin is
Sacagawea
2 Dollar Bill
• This bill is worth 200
cents
• The face on the two
dollar bill is Thomas
Jefferson’s
Five Dollar Bill
• This is worth five
hundred cents
• The face on this bill is
Abraham Lincoln
Ten Dollar Bill
• This bill is worth 1000
cents.
• Alexander Hamilton
Twenty Dollar Bill
• This bill is worth 2000
cents
• The face on this bill is
that of Andrew
Jackson
Notation
•   \$ 0.32                  H   T   O   .   T   O
U   E   N       E   N
•   Or 32¢                  N   N   E       N   E
•   Read Thirty-two cents   D   S   S       S   S
R
•   \$1.35                   E
•   Read One dollar and     D
S
thirty five cents
\$   1   .   3   5
Counting money out
• How much money is
shown here?
–   3 quarters
–   2 dimes
–   3 nickels
–   2 pennies

•   1.12 or 112 cents
•   Read One dollar and twelve cents or one
hundred twelve cents
Get more Practice
• Practice your money counting by playing
this matching game.
• Match the notation to the correct amount
of change.
• Use the following site.
• http://www.quia.com/mc/4918.html

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