This week we are going to recap totalling and working with money. We have studied money in school earlier in the year so try and think back to everything you learnt!
Today you will need to total the mixed coins and write the amount in the box. The last two will need you to write the total in pounds and pence. Remember that when you write amounts this way, you need to use the £ symbol and a decimal point!
Remember to use 'p' for pence and if the amount is bigger than £1 you will need to use the £ symbol and a decimal point to show it e.g. £1.50
|Tuesday||Today you need to circle the coins that make the amount in the left hand column.||Circling coins|
A break from money today to complete your Big Maths tests and practice your 4 and 6 x tables. Write them out or make some flash cards to test yourself with.
|Big Maths test|
Today you will need to work out the change needed from money when items have been bought.
First find out how much was paid by totalling the coins on the left.
Then find the difference between the price of the item and the total given by counting on. You could also take away the price of the item from the amount paid too. Write the change in the answer box and use the large box to show your working out.
Consolidate your learning with money this week by trying out some of these games: