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Kindergarten - Money and Coins

Videos, solutions, and songs to help Kindergarten kids learn about coins and money. We will learn about US coins & money, Australian coins & money and Canadian coins & money.



 

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Money Song - Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter
A song about: pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters
Coins in my Hands! (money song for kids).
Lyrics:
A penny is 1,
A nickel is 5,
A dime is 10,
A quarter’s 25...

Those are the coins,
That we use everyday,
We use those coins everyday.

US Coins and Money

The Coin Song - Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter
This song introduces the names and values of the 4 most frequently used US coins: penny, nickel, dime, and quarter.



Money Song - Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Dollar
Song about the relationship of coins.
The Coin Song - Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Dollar
Introduction to the four most frequently used U.S. coins and their value. US Coins Song
A song about pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and dollars.

Canadian Coins and Money

"Canada in my Pocket"
An animated cartoon for a kid's song that I wrote that tells about the significance of the symbols on Canadian coins. It's used in elementary schools throughout the country to teach them about money and how to count.

I've got Canada in my pocket
A little bit of history
A penny, and a nickel
And a quarter and a dime
Mean a lot to you and me
It's more than pocket money
They're the symbols of our land
They're pictures of important things
For which this country stands

The maple leaf, the maple leaf
Is a beautiful sight to see
It waves 'hello'' to us below
From the top of a maple tree
And with every year that passes
It grows like you and me
So should we all grow straight and tall
Like the lovely maple tree

The beaver, oh the beaver
Is a beautiful sight to see
He's a happy, furry animal
Like a teddy bear with teeth
He's never ever lazy
He works all night and day
Building houses for his family
He's got no time to play

The schooner, oh the schooner
Is a beautiful sight to see
It's a great big wooden sailing ship
That can sail across the sea
It brings to other countries
The things their people need
And brings back things
Like chocolate bars
And books for us to read

The caribou, the caribou
Is a beautiful sight to see
He's a really big strong animal
I'm sure you'll all agree
He looks like Santa's reindeer
And he loves it when
The wind blows cold
So he lives up north
With the polar bears
'Cause he likes the ice and snow

Australian Coins and Money

This video is a lesson for students on recognizing the characteristics and value of Australian coins. Different ways of writing an amount of money with Australian coins

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