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Unit 13- Coin Identification

This unit bundles student expectations that address identification of U.S. coins. According to the Texas Education Agency, mathematical process standards including application, tools and techniques, and justifications should be integrated (when applicable) with content knowledge and skills so that students are prepared to use mathematics in everyday life, society, and the workplace.


During this unit, students explore traditional and special edition pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Students use sorting and classifying skills to discern distinguishing

features and identify U.S. coins by name. The emphasis in Kindergarten is on identification only and not on value, relationships, or counting collections.

1st Math District Performance Assessment for Kindergarten must be taken by January 15th!

I will email this out with specific instructions once it has the final approval!

U.S. Mint for Kids

This is a GREAT GREAT resource! Lots of information!

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Love This Anchor Chart with a few tweeks

Here is what I would include for each coin: (remember we are just wanting them to identify the coin, the value would be great but they do not have to master)


Penny:

  • Picture of front
  • Pictures of different backs (did you know there are at least 3 different backs in circulation)
  • name
  • value in words
  • value with cent sign (do not do decimal and dollar sign for Kinder)
  • Abraham Lincoln is on the front (include a picture of him)
  • Different backs


Nickel:

  • Pictures of front (2 different looks)
  • Picture of back
  • name
  • value in words
  • value with cent sign (do not do the decimal and dollar sign for Kinder)
  • Thomas Jefferson is on the front (include a picture of him)
  • Monticello is on the back, Monticello is Jefferson's home


Dime:

  • Picture of front
  • Picture of back
  • name
  • value in words
  • value with cent sign (do not do the decimal and dollar sign for Kinder)
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the front (include a picture of him)
  • Torch and branches on the back


Quarter:

  • Pictures of front
  • Pictures of backs (At least do eagle and Texas, the U.S. Mint has all the different backs)
  • name
  • value in words
  • value with cent sign (do not do the decimal and dollar sign for Kinder)
  • George Washington is on the front (include a picture of him)
  • Eagle back and Texas back at least

Pictures for anchor chart

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