Money Pictures

2016-09-07

If you are designing an ESL lesson on numbers or shopping, using foreign money is worthwhile. Since you probably don't have a lot of foreign currency lying around, using pictures in a slide show is a great substitute. Here are some pictures of money that I've found for use in my classes. These pictures are all in the public domain.

Japan

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United States of America

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2016-09-07.70.Penny.png 2016-09-07.71.Penny.png 2016-09-07.72.Nickel.png 2016-09-07.73.Nickel.png 2016-09-07.74.Dime.png 2016-09-07.75.Dime.png 2016-09-07.76.Quarter.png 2016-09-07.77.Quarter.png 2016-09-07.78.Half.png 2016-09-07.79.Half.png