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# Week 3 - 4 Money

National curriculum content

• Add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts

Lesson objectives

1. Pounds and pence
2. Convert pounds and pence
4. Subtract money
5. Find change

What we want children to know

• Explore the £ and p symbol
• Understand that both coins and notes are used to represent amounts in pounds
• Know the value of each coin and note and understand what these values represent
• Understand that money can be represented in different ways but still have the same value
• Use knowledge that £1 is 100 pence to convert between pounds and pence
• Use pictorial representations to add two amounts
• Use a number line and a part-whole model to subtract and find change

What skills we want children to develop

Use knowledge to solve reasoning and problem solving questions such as:

Possibilities:

I bought a book which cost between £9 and £10 and I paid with a ten pound note. My change was between 50p and £1 and was all in silver coins.

What price could I have paid?

Explain thinking

Sam and Tom share this money equally. Put the coins into two equal groups. Could three friends share the money equally?