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U.S. Money


penny penny

This coin is called a penny.
A penny is worth 1¢.
10 pennies are worth 10 cents.


nickel nickel

This coin is called a nickel.
It is silver colored.
A nickel is worth more than a penny.
A nickel is bigger than a penny.

nickel nickel

A nickel is worth 5 cents.
One nickel is equal to 5 pennies.
We can count by fives to add nickels.
How much are 4 nickels worth?


They are worth 20 cents.


dime dime

This coin is called a dime.
It is silver colored.
It is smaller than a nickel and smaller than a penny.


A dime is worth more than a nickle and more than a penny.
It is worth 10 cents.
It is equal to 2 nickels or 10 pennies.

dime dime

You can count by tens to add dimes.
How much are 7 dimes worth?


They are worth 70 cents.


quarter quarter

This coin is called a quarter.
It is silver colored.
It is larger than a penny, larger than a nickel, and larger than a dime.


It is worth 25 cents.
That's the same as 25 pennies, or 5 nickels.

quarter quarter

When you count quarters follow this pattern: 25¢, 50¢, 75¢, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00....
How much are 5 quarters worth?


They are worth $1.25

1 dollar bill

Not all money is coins.

1 dollar 1 dollar

This is a one dollar bill.
It is worth one hundred cents.
That's the same as 100 pennies, or 20 nickels, 10 dimes or 4 quarters.

1 dollar 1 dollar 1 dollar 1 dollar

How much are 7 one-dollar bills worth?


They are worth 7 dollars.

How to Count Money

1. Sort coins and bills in decreasing order (highest value first).
2. Count the bills and coins and add their values.
3. Add the numbers together.


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