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During the past month, new information and activities have been added to the United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web site.  To help you learn "What’s New for You," we’ve listed and linked these features below.

A Walk in the Park

Glacier National Park Quarter For April's Coin of the Month, Plinky the Mint Pig introduces us to the mountain goat on the Glacier National Park Quarter, April Coin of the Month.

A Happy Mint Birthday

The United States Mint turns 219 years old this year. Celebrate with the interactive timeline we call "Historic Highlights"!

Making Cents

The latest issue of Making Cents covers new coins, a new game, and a brand new word find puzzle.

National Coin Week

The educators' National Coin Week page is chock full of links to help you make the most of this national observance!  For the kids, there’s a separate National Coin Week page that points to one or more different online activities each day.  Many focus on this year’s Civil-War-related theme, "Blue, gray, and greenbacks."

Financial Literacy Month

Financial literacy is an essential life skill that should be part of every educational program.  Visit the Financial Literacy Month page to find a collection of relevant United States Mint features.  Get ideas on how to teach and practice some of the skills needed for good money management!

April 2011

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Teacher Feature

Title:  Mammals of Glacier National Park

Related to:  April Coin of the Month

Curricular Areas:  Language Arts.

Click the title and check it out.

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