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Money: Combinations of Bills & Coins
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 How to combine up to 4 types of coins.
 How to combine dollar bills with coins.
 How this knowledge can help us buy cotton candy, air rockets and even pets!

Discussion Questions
 Before VideoHow many cents are in a penny? Nickel? Dime? Quarter? Dollar?ANSWER
1, 5, 10, 25, 100.
100, 20, 10, 4.
40 cents, 10 cents, 75 cents.
5 dimes, 2 quarters; 2 quarters is fewer coins.
$5. I can use coins of a greater value, or 5 dollar bills.
 After VideoI need to buy an apple that costs 45¢. What is the first type of coin I should use?ANSWER
Quarters.
Start with the dollar first, 1 dollar bill. Next, look at the greatestvalued coin, a quarter. Now you have $1.25, so you also need 1 nickel.
First, choose 2 dollar bills. Then, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 3 pennies.
Dimes are the next biggest coin, so Joanna should start there: 7 dimes and 1 nickel.
She can use 4 dollar bills, 19 nickels, and 4 pennies.

Vocabulary
 Coin DEFINE
Money that is made of metal.
 Bill DEFINE
Money that is made of paper.
 Penny DEFINE
A coin worth 1 cent.
 Nickel DEFINE
A coin worth 5 cents.
 Dime DEFINE
A coin worth 10 cents.
 Quarter DEFINE
A coin worth 25 cents.
 Dollar bill DEFINE
A bill that is worth one dollar.
 Coin DEFINE

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Download as PDF Download PDF View as Seperate PageWHAT IS MONEY: COMBINATIONS OF BILLS & COINS?You can use combinations of coins and bills to show different amounts of money. Start with the greatest bill or coin. Then count on to show the amount.
To better understand Money: Combinations of Bills & Coins…
WHAT IS MONEY: COMBINATIONS OF BILLS & COINS?. You can use combinations of coins and bills to show different amounts of money. Start with the greatest bill or coin. Then count on to show the amount. To better understand Money: Combinations of Bills & Coins…LET’S BREAK IT DOWN!
What is the value of each type of coin?
There are four types of US coins: pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Pennies are worth 1 cent. Nickels are worth 5 cents. Dimes are worth 10 cents. Quarters are worth 25 cents.
What is the value of each type of coin? There are four types of US coins: pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Pennies are worth 1 cent. Nickels are worth 5 cents. Dimes are worth 10 cents. Quarters are worth 25 cents.How much money do I have?
You can count on to find the value of a group of coins. You have 3 quarters, 2 nickels, and 4 pennies. Count the quarters: 25, 50, 75. Count the nickels: 80, 85. Count the pennies: 86, 87, 88, 89. You have 89 cents in all.
How much money do I have? You can count on to find the value of a group of coins. You have 3 quarters, 2 nickels, and 4 pennies. Count the quarters: 25, 50, 75. Count the nickels: 80, 85. Count the pennies: 86, 87, 88, 89. You have 89 cents in all.Using 2 types of coins
You want to buy a toy that costs 85 cents. Start with quarters. 3 quarters is 75 cents. You need 10 more cents. A dime is 10 cents. 85 cents is 3 quarters and 1 dime.
Using 2 types of coins You want to buy a toy that costs 85 cents. Start with quarters. 3 quarters is 75 cents. You need 10 more cents. A dime is 10 cents. 85 cents is 3 quarters and 1 dime.Using dollar bills and 2 types of coins
A cupcake costs $2.24. $2 is 2 dollar bills. Next, make 24 cents. You cannot use a quarter, since 25 cents is too much. 2 dimes and 4 pennies make 24 cents. $2.24 is 2 dollar bills, 2 dimes, and 4 pennies.
Using dollar bills and 2 types of coins A cupcake costs $2.24. $2 is 2 dollar bills. Next, make 24 cents. You cannot use a quarter, since 25 cents is too much. 2 dimes and 4 pennies make 24 cents. $2.24 is 2 dollar bills, 2 dimes, and 4 pennies.Using dollar bills and 3 or 4 types of coins
A pet guinea pig costs $3.42. First take 3 dollar bills. Add 1 quarter to make $3.25. Add 1 dime to make $3.35. Add 1 nickel to make $3.40. Finally add 2 pennies to make $3.42. $3.42 is 3 dollar bills, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 2 pennies.
Using dollar bills and 3 or 4 types of coins A pet guinea pig costs $3.42. First take 3 dollar bills. Add 1 quarter to make $3.25. Add 1 dime to make $3.35. Add 1 nickel to make $3.40. Finally add 2 pennies to make $3.42. $3.42 is 3 dollar bills, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 2 pennies.  Practice Word Problems
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