# Making Change with Coins

Counting Coins - Making Change - Different Coins - Elementary Math Lessons & Tests - My Schoolhouse - Online Learning

 We can use coins to make different amounts of money.  Five pennies makes a nickel.  Two nickels make a dime.  Read  below as we discover ways to make change. 1 penny, 1 cent, or 1¢ Count by one to count pennies. 1 cent, 2 cents, 3 cents, 4 cents and so on.   1 nickel, 5 cents, or 5¢ Count by fives to count nickels. 5 cents, 10 cents, 15 cents, 20 cents and so on. 5 pennies = 1 nickel 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent = 5 cents or 1 nickel.   1 dime, 10 cents, or 10¢ Count by tens to count dimes.  10 cents, 20 cents, 30 cents, 40 cents and so on. 10 pennies = 1 dime 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent + 1 cent = 10 cents or 1 dime. 2 nickels = 1 dime. 5 cents + 5 cents = 10 cents or one dime.   1 quarter, 25 cents, or 25¢ Count by 25 to count quarters. 25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents, \$1.00 and so on. 25 pennies = 1 quarter 5 nickels = 1 quarter 2 dimes and 1 nickel = 1 quarter   List the ways to make money. For example; 5¢ = 1 or 5

 How many? List the ways to make... 5¢ = 1 5¢ = 15¢ = 15¢ = 15¢ = 1 15¢ = 20¢ = 20¢ =

 How many? List the ways to make... 25¢ = 25¢ = 1 25¢ = 2 25¢ = 1 1 25¢ = 2 5 25¢ = 25¢ = 25¢ = 15

 How many? List the ways to make... 35¢ = 35¢ = 5 35¢ = 1 5 40¢ = 1 40¢ = 45¢ = 1 50¢ = 1 5 60¢ = 1

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