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18.5.20

Recognising Coins - Use the PowerPoint below to learn all about the different coins. Their size, colour and value.

After you have learnt all about the coin, if you have the coins in your house, have a go at tracing them.

Then you can have a go at drawing the coins. Don’t forget coins are different on the front and the back.

 

There are worksheets that can be printed and used if needed but this can be done in their home learning books.

19.5.20

Fastest finger first - Recap the different types of coin we have in our country (you can use the PowerPoint from yesterday if needed).

 

Using the PowerPoint, play fastest finger first with someone in your household. Can you identify the coin that they are talking about?

20.5.20

Matching money to 20p –

Using the attached PowerPoint, can you match the amount to the correct picture? You will have to add the coins together to work this out.

You could also try this with your own coins at home. Get a grown up to make some amounts using 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p coins. (The total should not exceed 20p).

21.5.20

Recognising Notes - Use the PowerPoint below to learn all about the different notes. Think about their size, colour and value. Each note has a different colour.

After you have learnt all about the notes, have a go at drawing the different notes. Don’t forget notes are different on the front and the back.

There are worksheets that can be printed and used if needed but this can be done in their home learning books.

 

AND/OR

Have a go at the Note reveal game below. Can you identify which note is hidden before someone else and before all of the squares disappear?

22.5.20

Make your own pretend shop.

Over the course of the day, we would like you to make your own pretend shop.

 

Make your own money to use in your shop.

Think about the size, colour and value of each coin/note and see if you can make them from paper.

Look closely at each coin before your make it.

Think about the kind of things you might want to see in your shop.

This could include toys, fruit, food, teddies or anything you have around you.

Don’t worry, this is a pretend shop so you’re not really selling your toys!

 

(It would be great for the children to draw and cut their own money but below is some money cut outs that you could print and use. This is not essential though)

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