Here we will practice the questions on money names and values which will help the kids to count money when they buy something from the market.
1. Which coin is this?
(i) dime
(ii) quarter
(iii) nickel
(iv) penny
Solution:
This is a quarter. It is worth 25¢.
2. Which coin is this?
(i) dime
(ii) quarter
(iii) nickel
(iv) penny
Solution:
This is a penny. A penny is worth 1 cent.
3. Which coin is this?
(i) dime
(ii) quarter
(iii) nickel
(iv) penny
Solution:
This is a dime. It is worth 10¢.
4. Which coin is this?
(i) dime
(ii) quarter
(iii) nickel
(iv) penny
Solution:
This is a nickel. It is worth 5¢.
5. How much is this coin worth?
(i) 1 cent
(ii) 5 cents
(iii) 10 cents
(iv) 25 cents
Solution:
This is a quarter. A quarter is worth 25 cents.
6. How much is this coin worth?
(i) 1 cent
(ii) 5 cents
(iii) 10 cents
(iv) 25 cents
Solution:
This is a penny. A penny is worth 1 cent.
7. How much is this coin worth?
(i) 1 cent
(ii) 5 cents
(iii) 10 cents
(iv) 25 cents
Solution:
This is a dime. A dime is worth 10 cents.
8. How much is this coin worth?
(i) 1 cent
(ii) 5 cents
(iii) 10 cents
(iv) 25 cents
Solution:
This is a nickel. A nickel is worth 5 cents.
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