# Maths for early years teaching resources: Money

Resources and ideas for maths for early years, money, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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Get 3 Pounds credit use JNDD6P55 at TES.com/redeem while it lasts. Resources Created Recently. Function Machine 2. Simultaneous Equations (Elimination/Substitution) (Exercises come with step by step answers) 3. Quadratic Equations (Factorising/Complete the square / formula) (Exercises come with step by step answers) 4. Direct Proportions 5. Factor Theorem Dividing Polynomials for Year 12 AS Maths 6. Sine / Cosine Rule (Advanced Trig) (Exercises come with step by step answers)
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#### Everything Bundle Part 3 of 3 (Contains Most Recent Resources)

14 Resources. 35 Lessons worth of resources.You are guaranteed to be happy with what you are buying.Each lesson being 50 minutes worth.Please look at each resource individually for details.
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#### Direct Proportion (A Series of 7 Lessons)

Get 3 Pounds credit use JNDD6P55 at TES.com/redeem while it lasts.Excellent resource written by a leading practitioner on Mastery. Excellent visuals to aid connections, learning and understanding. Each Lesson has numeracy starter on Division or Multiplication Including Indices, powers of 10. Very Visual Slides with Prompt, Assessment Questions and Answers. Very clear slides for learners who need to master Direct Proportion. 88 Slides on the Power Point with Questions, Answers and Worksheets included. There are 2 separate worksheets on Direct Proportion and Exchange Rate with Questions, Extension and Answers.Your pedagogy does not need to be strong, the prompt questions bring out the best out of the learners to understand what the questions are asking for. Lessons start off with Direct Proportion, leading on to Exchange Rate and then Metric Units. Kindly review this resource once purchased.

#### Rounding

Use these resources inside and outside the classroom, one-to-one, in pairs, groups, teams, and as whole class activities. These resources have been used in the UK, India and Africa as rich starting points, starters, plenaries, breakouts, extensions, inclusion and differentiation.Proven in practice to boost confidence, increase resilience, securing significant and sustained results for a wide variety of students. Also proven to be beneficial for cover lessons, for Teaching Assistants and Trainee Teachers. Excellent for use in after-school clubs and at home as well.

#### #tbt maths application challenges

These '#tbt' challenges are isolated maths activities designed to give pupils an opportunity to apply and demonstrate previously acquired skills.Differentiated according to the Year 2 Interim assessment Framework and Standards 2017. Each challenge could work as a stand alone lesson, or could offer an opportunity to plug any gaps in children's learning.

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#### Money planning and resources - Year 2

Money planning closely linked to Year 2 Interim Framework and Standards 2017. Includes practise, application and reasoning learning activities for pupils at working towards, expected and greater depth.

#### Mathematics Activities for Early Years

This bundle consists of worksheets and other activities for Early Years. When you buy this bundle you will be saving 30%.
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#### Key Stage 1 IWB & Worksheets Maths Mastery Money Number bonds to 10/20/100

Hi there, This resource includes an IWB presentation with many whole part part activities to model creating bonds to 10/20/100. I've included money and Numicon to help bridge the concepts/activities that the worksheet goes onto help reinforce. There are 5 worksheets and cater for lower and higher abilities. Feel free to edit these to suit your class.I hope they help you.Many thanks.

#### Consumer Word Problems & Menu: Department Store Math

Spice up your basic math program with Department Store Math! This fun and effective book teaches the basics of addition and subtraction through the use of real-life shopping situations. From backpacks to blow dryers, nearly everything you might shop for in a department store can be found on the colorful price list (included) that generates hundreds of math word problems. Students will have a great time as they refer to the price list to figure costs, total sales tickets, calculate sales tax, apply coupons, and more! So help your students understand the practical reasons for learning math as they &quot;shop&quot; their way to math success with this motivating and solidly-conceived book.

#### Money Matters Bundle

SAVE 20% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLE!From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills. FILE 1:Money Matters Poster SetsThese poster sets are a valuable reference tool for your display area, as you embark on this topic. Just laminate for durability.Set 1: Displays a graphic of both the front and back of each coin from the 1p coin to a £50 note, as well as different ways of writing the value. I have included the new £1, as well as the old.Set 2: is a display of all the coins together, front and back view, as well as their size in relation to one another.Set 3: shows the coins 2p to £1 and their penny equivalents. CONTENT• Cover• Contents/Teacher Notes• Poster Set #1• Poster Set #2• Poster Set #3• TOU/CreditsFILE 2:Money Matters GamesIn this resource you will find two different styles of cards:Style 1: Matching/Lotto Style CardsStyle 2: Puzzle CardsAfter cutting out, laminate for durability. The cards can be used in independent stations or with small groups. Fun and engaging, the cards will provide repeated practice in coin and note recognition, coin totals and penny equivalents.CONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Matching Lotto Style Cards x 3 puzzles• Puzzle Style Cards x 3 puzzles• TOU/CreditsFILE 3:Money Matters Clip It CardsFun and engaging, these clip it cards will provide students with repeated practice in penny equivalents, coin recognition and coin totals.Instructions for use:• cut out cards• mark the correct answer (with a marker) on the back of each card for student self-checking• laminate for durability• provide clothes pegs – students place the peg on the correct answer• place in an independent station or use with small groupsCONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Clip It Cards x 88• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 84

#### Money Matters Games

From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills.In this resource you will find two different styles of cards:Style 1: Matching/Lotto Style CardsStyle 2: Puzzle CardsAfter cutting out, laminate for durability. The cards can be used in independent stations or with small groups. Fun and engaging, the cards will provide repeated practice in coin and note recognition, coin totals and penny equivalents.CONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Matching Lotto Style Cards x 3 puzzles• Puzzle Style Cards x 3 puzzles• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 32

#### Money Matters Clip It Cards

From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills. Fun and engaging, these clip it cards will provide students with repeated practice in penny equivalents, coin recognition and coin totals.Instructions for use:• cut out cards• mark the correct answer (with a marker) on the back of each card for student self-checking• laminate for durability• provide clothes pegs – students place the peg on the correct answer• place in an independent station or use with small groupsCONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Clip It Cards x 88• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 26

#### Money Matters Poster Sets

From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills.These poster sets are a valuable reference tool for your display area, as you embark on this topic. Just laminate for durability.Set 1: Displays a graphic of both the front and back of each coin from the 1p coin to a £50 note, as well as different ways of writing the value. I have included the new £1, as well as the old.Set 2: is a display of all the coins together, front and back view, as well as their size in relation to one another.Set 3: shows the coins 2p to £1 and their penny equivalents. CONTENT:• Cover• Contents/Teacher Notes• Poster Set #1• Poster Set #2• Poster Set #3TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 26

#### Maths Problem Solving Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4

These activities use the popular RUCSAC method to challenge children's mathematical development. There are four different levels to suit the needs of all pupils across a range of age groups.

#### Maths Problem Solving Year 2, 3, 4

These activities use the popular RUCSAC method to challenge children's mathematical development. There are four different levels to suit the needs of all pupils across a range of age groups.

#### Pancake Themed Maths Resource Bundle - Money, Word Problems, Counting to 10, Addition and Subtraction to 10

This resource contains a bundle of 4 pancake themed maths resources containing 53 worksheets in total, ideal for use on pancake day and during the Lent season. Purchased individually these resources would cost £10.50. Save money and buy the bundle for just £5, a massive saving of 52%.The bundle contains 1. Pancake Themed Money - Addition and Subtraction from 10p to £5 - Set of 15 worksheets.2. Pancake Themed Addition and Subtraction to 10 - set of 20 worksheets.3. Pancake Themed Counting to 10 - Set of 10 worksheets.4. Pancake Themed Word Problems - Set of 8 worksheets.The bundle also includes a complimentary Pancake / Lent word search.Click on the individual resource links for further details.For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate

#### Counting in 2's 5's and 10's

This is an interactive Flipchart perfect for a Year 1 maths lesson. It introduces counting 2p, 5p and 10p coins, developing children's multiplication skills, as well as coin recognition. This resource is interactive, keeping the children engaged and motivated when learning.

#### Coin Cards UK (Money) - Recognise different amounts of coins

Playing cards to help pupils consolidate the different types of coins. Different amounts are shown using different combinations of coins. Can be used as a matching game, pairs memory game or snap game to enable children to become familiar with different ways of making different amounts.
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#### Drill Questions: Mixed Pack Bundle 3

The Drill Questions series is intended to provide material for the practice of common mathematical skills. This bundle contains five secured ebooks :- • Basic Arithmetic• Adding Cat Pictures• Clock Faces • Fraction Grids • US Coins
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#### Drill Questions : Mixed Pack Bundle 4

The Drill Questions series is intended to provide material for the practice of common mathematical skills. This bundle contains fifteen secured ebooks :- • Equations 1• Multiplication Grids• Basic Arithmetic• Expanding Brackets• Factorising Quadratics• Foreign Exchange • Mean, Median and Mode• Percentages of Amounts• Rounding and Significant Figures• Standard Form Set 2• Algebra Word Questions 2• Adding Cat Pictures • British Coins• Clock Face Time Passages• Division by multiples of 10 and 100

#### Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning - Pocket-sized Booklets and Speech Bubbles N - Y6

This resource contains handy pocket-sized questioning booklets and large speech bubbles for introducing each question. It supports progressive questioning from N to Y6 to develop numerical reasoning. Numerical reasoning is about learners thinking for themselves, working out what they need to do in order to solve a problem, being able to show clearly what they are doing, and convince someone else that they are correct and how they know. Developing effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. The questions have been organised into the following categories and aligned to RUCSAC:Identifying processes and connections, Getting started on the problem – Read, UnderlineRepresent & communicate, Working through and solving – Calculation, Solve, AnswerReview, Checking solution, is it sensible – CheckIt is important that the questions become a natural part of teaching for all staff working with learners. Introducing questions at a steady pace, with all staff focusing on using the question where possible will help to embed the questioning skills. Questions can be displayed around the classroom to remind staff to use them where appropriate. In the best practice, the questions are developed throughout the school ensuring continued progression. It can also be beneficial to involve parents in using the questioning, e.g. A question of the term, with examples on the website.

#### Consumer Addition, Subtraction, & Multiplication: Market Math for Beginners

Spice up your basic math program with Market Math for Beginners! This fun and effective book teaches simple addition, subtraction, and multiplication through the use of real-life shopping situations. Students will have a great time as they refer to the colorful price list (included) that generates hundreds of simple rebus and word problems. From soup to soap, students figure their costs and total sales tickets as they &quot;shop&quot; their way to math success! So help your students understand the practical reasons for learning math while improving their math skills with this motivating and solidly-conceived book. Enjoy!
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#### BIDMAS & BODMAS Maths Worksheet

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division BIDMAS/BODMAS Worksheet made for KS2 Students and lower ability KS3 students. Fantastic resource for 11+ students studying Algebra and BIDMAS/BODMAS rules, as well as using the above four operations.Enjoy and please leave a review!

#### Money and the Exchange of Money Lesson Plan for Key Stage 1

This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) is an introductory lesson to money for key stage 1 (ages 6-7, Year 2, Grade 1). It helps children begin to develop an understanding of the concept of money as a system of exchange. Children will learn to recognise money in note and coin form and understand that they have different values. The lesson also introduces them to foreign currency.By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:- Recognise and identify 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 (old and new) and £2 coins; as well as £5, £10, £20 and £50 notes.- Recognise coins that are not used in the UK.- Use role-play to exchange goods for coins, and be able to count out the right amount of change.With only 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the Money and Exchange of Money lesson plan consists of:(a) Teaching guide with:- A list of required resources &amp; materials – 90% of which, are provided- Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes- Step-by-step teaching instructions- Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides and discussion questions- 5 Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets- 2 Homework/extension worksheets to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities(b) 24 Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils(c) Pre and post evaluation questionnaires to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme.This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a:- Teacher- After-school educational services provider- Homeschooler or-Youth worker.Format: 5 PDF Documents19-Page Teaching Guide24 Presentations slides1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide.

#### The Money Book: Ireland (Irish E-book)

The Money Book has been written specifically for 6 to 8 year old students studying Mathematics. Using Euro coins, students will develop their ability to: add, subtract, multiply, divide and solve practical everyday problems. They will also begin to recognise all Irish coins and understand their values.To demonstrate their learning, students will be asked to: cut and paste, round up and down, match, draw, write and study data.Visually appealing to engage the interests of young minds, The Money Book is both practical and useful. All answers are provided at the back of the book.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (48 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Tricia Unwin