Loads of cards to make different amounts of coin totals up to 20p. When I used them I had differentiated by using the total cards below 10p for one group, teen totals for another and then teens including 20p for another group. I used them early on in the year for children to become familiar with coins and different ways to make totals. Once printed and laminated they can be a useful resource.
This is a great differentiated resource that has been tried and tested. This resource can be printed on a worksheet or on large stickers. Children will look at each purse picture and find out the amount in each purse by adding the coin totals together. This resource is differentiated for LA, MA and HA to save you some time.
I have designed 100 worksheets on Money and Shopping for primary school children. I have used a variety of items, a variety of difficulty and a variety of numbers of questions per sheet. Pupils write on the sheets the total cost. e.g. a milkshake costs £2.90 a hot dog £1.65 How much would 2 milkshakes and 3 hotdogs cost? There is plenty there to reinforce the work done in the classroom. Good for extra homework or additional work for the bright ones. Answer sheets are provided for all worksheets.
Coloured to help show the progression and repetition of the same terms through the place values. Multiplication and division by 10 indicators included and shows each place value in words and numbers. Editable in WORD
Appealing in design and meeting the key aims of the new Maths National Curriculum, these questions will test pupils on many aspects of upper KS2 and early KS3 learning stages, encouraging them to utilise a variety of problem solving skills and confirming their understanding of the key principles.
Featuring a range of maths problems with varying difficulty levels and also suitable for foundation GCSE students, these questions are designed to be used within any classroom environment, adding fun and interest to an ordinary mathematics lesson, whilst exposing pupils easily to a variety of problem solving skills.
This book contains a set of 50 write-on question worksheets. As well as the questions, worked solutions have been provided.
All of the problems have been designed to be used without the need of calculators. These problem solving questions can be used in a number of ways and can also be laminated for longer-lasting use that a range of students can benefit from.
This resource is ideal for revising 'Ordering numbers' with KS1 students at the end of the year or with KS2 students at the start.
It includes a 22 slide PowerPoint presentation of exercises plus a pdf with accompanying worksheets.
Some rather random (welcome to my world) problems to do with money. Mental oral activities and direct teach problems to solve together plus some differentiated activities.
May also be appropriate for older children.
Encourages children to use their powers of reasoning.