LEARNING TO IDENTIFY AND COUNT MONEY PAGES COLORING AMERICAN CLIP ART PICTURE LESSON
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PRINTABLE MONEY PAGE
Introduce your students to the penny, nickel,
dime, quarter, and dollar. Use the following printable pages
for early money identification. Students may use the sheets
for coloring money including coins and bills, or as a money
reference. Large money printouts.
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Students should color the penny brown.
The penny is worth 1 cent (1/100 of a dollar).
The penny has the profile of Abraham Lincoln, who was the16th
President of the United States. The back has a picture of
the Lincoln memorial. Pennies contain 97% zinc and 3%
Color the nickel, and other coins silver.
The nickel is worth 5 cents (1/20th of a
dollar). The nickel has the profile of Thomas Jefferson, who
was the third President of the United States. The back of
the nickel has a picture of Monticello, Jefferson's house near
Dime Printable Page
The dime is worth 10 cents. It pictures
Franklin Roosevelt. The back of the dime has a picture of a
torch, oak branch, and olive branch.
The quarter is worth 25 cents. George
Washington is pictured on the front of the quarter.
The back has an eagle.
Color the dollar bill green.
The front of the dollar bill has a picture of
George Washington. The back includes the word "ONE", a
pyramid, and a bald eagle.
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