# Lesson Twenty-one, Part II

## Talking about Money

coins:  a penny / a nickel / a dime / a quarter

These are coins.

Some people call coins “change.”

 1. This is a penny. A penny is worth one cent. A picture of Abraham Lincoln is on the penny. 2. This is a nickel. A nickel is worth five cents. A picture of Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel. 3. This is a dime. A dime is worth ten cents. A picture of Franklin Roosevelt is on the dime. 4. This is a quarter. A quarter is worth twenty-five cents. A picture of George Washington is on the quarter. 5. This is a half dollar. A half dollar is worth fifty cents. A picture of John F. Kennedy is on the half dollar. 6. This is a dollar coin. This is worth one dollar. A picture of Sacajawea is on the dollar coin. Who was Sacajawea?

paper money

These are bills.

 1. This is a one-dollar bill. It’s worth one dollar. It’s a buck. / It’s a one. / It’s a single. George Washington is on the one-dollar bill. 2. This is a five-dollar bill. It’s worth five dollars. It’s five bucks. / It’s a five. Abraham Lincoln is on the five-dollar bill. 3. This is a ten-dollar bill. It’s worth ten dollars. It’s ten bucks. / It’s a ten. Alexander Hamilton is on the ten-dollar bill. 4. This is a twenty-dollar bill. It’s worth twenty dollars. It’s twenty bucks. / It’s a twenty. Andrew Jackson is on the twenty-dollar bill. 5. This is a fifty-dollar bill. It’s worth fifty dollars It’s fifty bucks. / It’s a fifty. Ulysses Grant is on the fifty-dollar bill. 6. This is a hundred-dollar bill. It’s worth one-hundred dollars. It’s a hundred dollars. / It’s a hundred. Benjamin Franklin is on the hundred-dollar bill. This video will help you talk about adding up a purchase and asking about the total amount.

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