Coins and Dollars: Learning about Money for Children


– [Instructor] Coins and Dollars: Learning about U.S. Currency. This is a penny. A penny is worth one cent. This is a nickel. Nickels are worth five cents. This is a dime. A dime is worth 10 cents. This is a quarter. A quarter is worth 25 cents. Here is a half dollar. It is worth 50 cents. Here is a dollar coin. It’s worth 100 cents or $1. This is a $1 bill. This is a $2 bill. Here we have a $5 bill. This is a $10 bill. This is a $20 bill. Here we have a $50 bill. And last, we have a $100 bill. Thanks for watching, bye-bye!

11 thoughts on “Coins and Dollars: Learning about Money for Children”

  1. It wasn't just those bills, There were also $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $100,000 bills being printed. (Spoiler alert: all those 4 bills were discontinued.)

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