DID YOU KNOW?...

  • U.S. bills are known as “greenbacks” because of the color of the ink on their backs
  • U.S. “paper” currency is not actually printed on paper. It is a blend of cotton and linen fibers.
  • Pennies are made of copper plated zinc
  • Nickels, dimes, and quarters are all made from nickel plated copper

 

MONEY MATH

Calculate how your weekly savings can grow to yearly savings!

To find out how much you can save in a year, simply multiply the amount you plan to save each week by 52 (the number of weeks in one year).

$1 per week X 52 weeks = ?



$2 per week X 52 weeks = ?



$3 per week X 52 weeks = ?

$4 per week X 52 weeks = ?



$5 per week X 52 weeks = ?


CURIOUS ABOUT U.S. MONEY?

Learn more by visiting a fun site brought to you by the United States Mint

 

 

 

 

MONEY MATH

 

How many different ways can you give someone 25 cents in U.S. coins? Can you find them all?

Try writing down all the combinations of Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Pennies that add up to 25 cents and only check for the answers after you have tried for at least ten minutes!

 


 

 

  

 


   

Money Around the World

In the United States, our money (also called currency) is called "Dollars." In other countries, they have different names for their money. Learn what money is called all around the world: CLICK HERE


 

 

 

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