A crossword for students to revise pocket money items
A storyline to introduce exchanging and place value.
authentic materials on pocket money. Link to film on logo is http://www.tivi.de/fernsehen/logo/artikel/39743/index.html They also do a daily news podcast which is often useful for KS4/5
A lesson on pocket money. Includes a dominoes puzzle, a listening exercise from Echo Express 2, a peer-assessed speaking activity and writing.
THIS IS A GLOSSARY FOR PUPILS TO REFER TO IN ORDER TO ANSWER A FEW KEY QUESTIONS, HOW MUCH DO THEY RECEIVE, WHO GIVE THEM POCKET MONEY, HOW OFTEN... MY YEAR 9 AND YEAR 10 LIKED IT
Several Powerpoint presentations on greetings, time and pocket money adapted for Key Stage 2 from other materials. Many thanks to those who did the presentations first, I have just modified them for Key Stage 2.
Logical reasoning to deduce how much each child gets for their pocket money.
This is an interactive activity to add coins to reach a target amount, finding the difference along the way. There are three levels for differentiation purposes. Add coins into the piggy bank, pausing to check 'how much so far?' every so often, so that pupils must find the difference. Use the &'try again&'; button to look for other coin combinations to reach the total. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.
This is an interactive resource. A fun TESiboard, quick, plenary-type game to encourage mental agility in handling of quantities of money. This activity is one of a pair of money sharing activities. Notes and coins can be changed in the machine to be shared to the children. This game provides an amount of money that must be shared equally amongst the children, leaving a small random amount remaining. The partner game requires the user to give exact, specificied amounts to each child. Note: you can empty coins back out of the piggy banks, one at a time. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.
This is an interactive resource. A fun TESiboard game to encourage mental agility in handling of quantities of money. This TESiboard activity is one of a pair of money sharing activities. Notes and coins can be changed in the machine to be shared to the children. This game provides a single note and requires it to be shared exactly to the children to the amounts each is requesting. The partner game takes a more equal approach. You can empty coins back out of the piggy banks, one at a time. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.
Differentiated board games for adding one group when the other group can't be seen. Cut and laminate the wallets. Give children real money. They collect the money as they land on it and count it on into the wallet and draw on the front with a whiteboard pen, how much they have in total and then look to check.
In this unit children continue to gain confidence in manipulating numbers and learn further expressions for likes and dislikes.
Noughts and crosses game to show on whiteboard. Pupils come to front to participate in the game. Useful starter/plenary. To accompany Expo vert OCR
Save 84% with this bundle that includes 20 resource packs on the topics of house, home, daily routine, chores and pocket money. There is a mixture of vocabulary tasks, reading comprehensions, speaking games, translation exercises and writing tasks. There is also a model extended writing task to support pupils and exam style translation activities. **Bundle contents: ** Resources on las tareas domésticas A writing task and model answer on las tareas domésticas A scaffolded writing task on las tareas domésticas Reading comprehension and exercises on el dinero del bolsillo A resource on daily routine: reading, vocabulary & translation Resources on daily routine Daily routine & past tense Describing my house: an estate agent style reading task A resource for describing your house A resource for describing your region House & Home in the future tense speaking and writing mat Household routine and the future tense Translation drills on house & home routine A house & home knowledge organiser A speaking game with translation of Grade 9 phrases on this topic A topic revision pack: la casa, las tareas domésticas And more! Please leave a review if you find this useful for your pupils or if you have any feedback. You can also message me directly on Twitter @mfl_secondary if you have any issues.
Argent de poche. Perfect tense with irregulars. New Spec AQA GCSE tailored. High quality, observation standard lesson. Range of activites, grammar, reading, translation and writing.
Sentence builder and sentence slide (for Bingo/mind reading/sentence stealer) on topic of household chores and pocket money also contains: -delayed dictation -match up sentence halves -4 short texts with comprehension -listen for differences
This resource pack is a KS2 introduction to algebra (addition) with a Harry Potter Theme - Dudley’s Pocket Money Mystery. The pack includes a detailed lesson plan, PowerPoint, lower ability and higher ability worksheets, as well as algebra addition dominoes, everything needed for this introductory algebra lesson! Learning intention, success criteria, cross curricular skills, and thinking skills and personal capabilties are all outlined.
36 slide Power Point on topic of pocket money. Earning money, saving money and spending money! Speaking, reading and written tasks. Enough work for 2-3 lessons. Suitable for KS2 and KS3.
This worksheet asks students to complete activities on pocket money in Spanish. The worksheet includes the following activities: Spanish to English sentence translation task - detailed sentences Reading comprehension task Spanish to English paragraph translation task - related to previous activities This worksheet could be used in class or given to students as homework to consolidate learning.
KS1 Measurement - Saving Pocket Money Interactive Activity This is interactive activity tasks pupils with adding coins to reach a target amount. Once pupils have saved the required amount they can smash the piggy bank to see if they were correct. There are three levels for differentiation purposes, so you can set the difficulty to suit your requirements. This is a great resource for modelling counting on, and finding the difference (i.e. How much more do we need?).
My students love playing this board game on the topic of Taschengeld/Argent de poche. There are loads of ways of playing it but here are a couple! 1. Students work in groups of 2 or 3. They take it in turns to roll the dice. Students must say a sentence to describe what they have landed on. It is the first person to get to the end of the board game. 2. Students work in groups of 2 or 3. They are given a certain about of play money e.g. 100 euros. They must say a sentence to describe what they land on. If they land on a money square, they pick up this amount of money from the 'banker'. If it is a spending square, they must give that amount of money to the 'banker'. It is the person with the most money at the end of the game that wins.