Money Identifying Coins and Their Value

We use four different coins most of the time. There are other coins but we are going to look at the most common four coins.

There is the quarter, dime, nickel, and penny. Each coin has a different value.

The quarter is worth 25 cents. The dime is worth 10 cents. The nickel is worth 5 cents. The penny is worth 1 cent.

When we have different coins, we can add them together to see how much money we have all together.

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Created with images by Mary-Lynn - "Coins" • matthiasxc - "Old Quarter Tail (Back)" • matthiasxc - "Dime Tail (Back)" • yaybiscuits123 - "1982 American Nickel (Reverse)" • yaybiscuits123 - "1994 American Penny (Obverse)"

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