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Dimes are the smallest coins, but what are they worth? Whose face is on the front? Four curious kids are here to investigate Money Values. Read along and ...
Whether it's paper, coin, or plastic, money has value. Get a quick lesson on economics and the uses of money in our world.
How is a nickel different from other coins, and how much is it worth? Four curious kids are here to investigate Money Values. Read along and listen to the ...
How much is a penny worth? Whose face is on the front? Four curious kids are here to investigate Money Values. Read along and listen to the beautiful Cantata ...
How much is a quarter worth? What pictures will you find on the back of quarters? Four curious kids are here to investigate Money Values. Read along and listen ...
Coins. Dollars. Euros. Yen. People use money to buy the things they want and need. But just what is money and why do we use it? Simple, yet engaging text and ...
People use money to buy all sorts of things— some things they want and some things they need. Young readers discover the difference and find out how to make ...
Where did that dollar bill in your piggy bank come from? And where is it going next? A dollar bill's journey is filled with twists, turns, and tumbles. Pack ...
Jen and her brother Nick, along with some friends, are ready for some friendly competition. Who ends up selling more lemonade - Jen with the yellow or Nick ...
Provides an introduction to banks and banking, including what the workers do, why customers come into banks, and explains what happens to old money.
Provides an introduction to the concept of bartering and trading in exchange for goods and services. Includes some historical information.
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of a bank, where they learn about how money is stored and distributed. Includes an activity.
A group of children go on a field trip for a guided tour of the United States Mint in Philadelphia, where they learn how coins are made. Includes an activity.
Describes how people pay for the things they buy by writing a check, paying with a debit card, paying with a credit card, and paying with cash withdrawn from ...
Provides an example of children getting their allowance, and how they decide to spend, save, and donate their earnings.
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