Money 1 – Coins and Dollars

With the wide variety of coins and bills, using money can be confusing. This program introduces users to money. From a penny up to a twenty dollar bill, coins and bills are identified by picture, name and value. The program also addresses money terms such as cash, cost, pay, refund, and total.

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  • Penny (front)
  • Penny (back)
  • Nickel (front)
  • Nickel (back)
  • Nickel (new front)
  • Nickel (new back)
  • Dime (front)
  • Dime (back)
  • Quarter (front)
  • Quarter (back)
  • Quarter (new front)
  • Quarter (new back)
  • Half Dollar (front)
  • Half Dollar (back)
  • One Dollar Coin (front)
  • One Dollar Coin (back)
  • One Dollar Coin (new front)
  • One Dollar Coin (new back)
  • One Dollar (front)
  • One Dollar (back)
  • Five Dollars (front)
  • Five Dollars (back)
  • Five Dollars (new front)
  • Five Dollars (new back)
  • Ten Dollars (front)
  • Ten Dollars (back)
  • Ten Dollars (new front)
  • Ten Dollars (new back)
  • Twenty Dollars (front)
  • Twenty Dollars (back)
  • Twenty Dollars (new front)
  • Twenty Dollars (new back)
  • 10¢
  • 25¢
  • 50¢
  • $1.00 (Coin)
  • $1.00 (Bill)
  • $5.00
  • $10.00
  • $20.00
  • Penny
  • Nickel
  • Dime
  • Quarter
  • Half Dollar
  • 1 Dollar Coin
  • 1 Dollar Bill
  • 5 Dollar Bill
  • 10 Dollar Bill
  • 20 Dollar Bill
  • Admission
  • Allowance
  • Bank
  • Bill
  • Buy
  • Cash
  • Cash Register
  • Cashier
  • Change
  • Change Machine
  • Check
  • Coins
  • Cost
  • Count Your Change
  • Credit Card
  • Discount
  • Exact Change Needed
  • Pay
  • Pay Here
  • Paycheck
  • Piggy Bank
  • Purse
  • Receipt
  • Refund
  • Save
  • Tip
  • Total
  • Wallet