In today's Maths we are learning how to convert amounts in pounds/pence into pence only and vice versa. We learn that £1 = 100p and use that understanding to convert different totals using our knowledge gained from the previous three lessons.
Today we are going to be attempting to put together our understanding of counting money in pence and counting money in pounds. We are going to learn how to count money in pounds and pence. I teach you a strategy to do this using our steps to success and then I show you what the activities are for each set for today.
If children are finding they want to try some harder questions they can do the next worksheet up.
Mr Walsh's set can do Miss Hopkinson's task Miss Hopkinson's/Ms Tan's set can do Mr Stanbra's task Mr Stanbra's Set can do the Extra Extension labelled below
In today's Maths lesson we are developing our understanding of counting money by working on pounds. I introduce bank notes and we learn how to combine money in pounds to make a total. Activity sheets are available below as well as extension activities.
In today's lesson we begin a new unit of learning on money. We learn the different coins and their values before beginning by counting money in pence. Worksheets are all available below. Children can write the questions out in their books for this task.
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