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  • Lina Namkung

    Money Posters (Heads, Tails, Value of Coin) Freebie

  • Debora Clark

    Posters to hang in your classroom on your math wall. Shows heads and tails side of each coin, along with its value. Posters for Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Dollar included.

  • Tricia Stohr-Hunt

    Here's a set of money posters that show heads and tails side of each coin, along with the value. Includes posters for Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Dollar.

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