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Math: Money Facts

These sites focus on money. Includes the history of money around the world and in the U.S. See photos of the earliest U.S. coins and bills, read how money is made, and learn about the 50 state quarters program. There are links to related eThemes Resources on money.


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This site is designed to teach children about making coins in the U.S. "Games" has a few online games about coins. "Cartoons" shows how coins are made. "Time Machine" tells about money from different periods. "Teachers" has lesson plan ideas.
Find out how U.S. bills are designed with security features. You can practice identifying the bogus bill.
Explore the history of money, how it is made, and why we use it.
View photographs of U.S. money from the colonial times to the present.
See photos and read about the different artistic features on U.S. money. Click on images to enlarge them.
This site is about the history of money, counterfeiting, banks, and money vocabulary words.
Explore links on this page to learn interesting facts about money, history, design, and circulation of paper bills and coins. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
This site tells students about the U.S. Mint, how to become a numismatist, and the new state quarters. "Challenge Yourself" has some fun activities.
This U.S. Mint site has official release information about each state quarter.
Read about the Sacagawea dollar and the story behind the people on it.
Test your knowledge of U.S. coins in this interactive quiz. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
What would a billion pennies look like? This site has graphics that allow students to visualize different amounts of pennies. NOTE: The site includes ads.
These sites can help younger kids learn about the value of coins and bills and how to identify them. Explore the links to find out how to add and subtract coins and dollar bills. Includes online games, hands-on activities, and worksheets. There are links to eThemes Resources on intermediate level of counting money, estimating and rounding money, and money facts.
Learn how to count money and make change. Find out what money worth and play fun online money games. Includes worksheets, quizzes, and lesson plans. There are links to eThemes Resources on money facts and estimating and rounding money.
Learn how to estimate and round numbers and money. These sites include information on math as it relates to money and shopping and have online activities that allow students to practice estimating and rounding. There are links to eThemes Resource on counting money and money facts.
These web sites help children understand the value of money, learn about banking, credit cards, and budgeting. Kids learn how to earn and save money, choose a credit card, use checking and savings accounts, and balance personal budgets. Includes worksheets, quizzes, games, online interest inventory, and budget calculators. There are links to eThemes Resources on basic concepts of economics, owning an ice cream shop, and taxes.

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