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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