“Coins!” by ABCmouse.com


We jingle and we jangle,
you see us all around— In a piggy bank or pocket,
or even on the ground. We come in different sizes. We do not look the same. I wonder if you know each
of the four of us by name. I’m a President Lincoln penny,
A coin that is worth one cent. When you save a lot of us,
Together we can be well spent! I’m a shiny five-cent nickel. President Jefferson is who you see. If you give someone five pennies,
You’ll get back one of me! We jingle and we jangle,
you see us all around— In a piggy bank or pocket,
or even on the ground. We come in different sizes. We do not look the same. I wonder if you know each
of the four of us by name. I’m a very thin little dime
With President Roosevelt’s face. If you have two nickels or ten pennies,
Then they can take my place! I’m a shiny George Washington quarter,
The largest coin of the four. I equal one nickel and two dimes,
Worth twenty-five cents at the store! We jingle and we jangle,
you see us all around— In a piggy bank or pocket,
or even on the ground. We come in different sizes. We do not look the same. I wonder if you know each
of the four of us by name. We jingle and we jangle,
watch for us all around— Sometimes we are lost,
but we are also often found! Now you know each coin
by name, by value, and by face, Make sure to save us up
and keep us in a safe place!

100 thoughts on ““Coins!” by ABCmouse.com”

  1. I'm 20+ years old, woke up this morning with the lyrics, "We jingle and we jangle……" Had no clue what else, or where I was remembering it from.
    So thankful that Google knew the song! –I think my nephew was listening to this song..a number of months ago..

  2. What the weekend did you get here in the morning I just got home I got to go to pick up my mom and I will have her to pick up my kids at school and then I’ll be leaving shortly to pick up my kids. Bye-bye!

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