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Adding and subtracting money

Adding and subtracting money

Lower KS2. These worksheets are great for practising the standard addition and subtraction methods, but applying them to real life contexts, using money as a unit of measure. As well as being given the sums directly to practise, there are also some word problems to allow the children to recognise the vocabulary given to hint at what working out they need to do. There is also chance to practise converting between working in pounds and pence. These sheets are best to be worked on individually, to allow practise for all children.

By beth_a_w_1998

Partitioning amounts of money into tens and ones

Partitioning amounts of money into tens and ones

Differentiated sheets where children have to cut and stick 10p and 1p to match the amounts on the purses. This could be done practically first and then children could record their work using this resource-link well to a unit on place value. Created for Year Two in Autumn term, however, this could be used with an able Y1 group or class.

By pink_lady23

UKS2 (Year 5 and Year 6) solving multi-step Word problems requiring use of all four operations.

UKS2 (Year 5 and Year 6) solving multi-step Word problems requiring use of all four operations.

Learning Objectives Starter: - To order multistep calculations. - To identify four operations. Main Lesson: - To solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and a combination of these (Year 5) - To solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (Year 6) - To use the 4 operations, including formal written methods, applied to integers and decimals, (KS3) This lesson consists of: A Starter consisting of a series of progressively harder, multi-step calculations and revision of properties of numbers. A connect activity challenging children to identify which range of operations they require to solve a differentiated Word problem. An Interactive Whiteboard teaching introduction for both Notebook and ActivInspire flipchart, to teach children how to lay out multi operation Word problems and how to allowing you to group children according to ability. A 4-way differentiated series of tasks requiring children to solve multi-step word problems relating to measures, time and multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. A challenge activity where children have to apply this knowledge and draw conclusion in order to answer two Mastery style questions. Answer sheet provided to support marking. A final AFL / Next Steps task, asking children to apply their knowledge to a multistep SATs question, requiring the use of brackets to organise their calculation.

By MikeRichards

Counting Coins Loop Cards AUSTRALIAN COINS VERSION

Counting Coins Loop Cards AUSTRALIAN COINS VERSION

Included in this pack are two sets 32 loop cards which link Australian coins to the written money amount. Set 1 – amounts less than $2 Set 2 – amounts less than $5 This covers the Australian Year 2 Mathematics Curriculum content description: Count and order small collections of Australian coins and notes according to their value (ACMNA034)

By Littlesherbetlemon

Maths Games KS2 Bundle (Four in a Row)

Maths Games KS2 Bundle (Four in a Row)

Expand your bank of Key Stage 2 Maths games with this bundle of easy-to-prepare and well-differentiated fun and strategic Four in a Row games. Most just require printing and laminating. I recommend printing most in A3 but A4 would be okay too. There are games for Area, Money, Decimals, Doubling and Halving 2 and 3 digit numbers and Times Tables and Division. You can find previews and more information about each resource that is included in this bundle if you click on them but here are some details: CHANGE FOR £20 2 standard game boards and 2 lower ability boards. Children roll dice to find out which column they can do a calculation in and then must work out the change required for £20 for one of the items pictured and priced in that column. Children write on the change using different colour whiteboard pens or add their initials. All answers included. DOUBLES AND HALVES 6 boards to consolidate doubling and halving of two-digit numbers. Includes a one-star version of both the doubling and halving game for younger or lower ability pupils - sidebars are included, featuring all answers, which children can strike through when used. It’s also included without the answer sidebars in case your pupils don’t need this added support. This version focuses on lower 2-digit numbers and multiples of 10. Then there’s two different, more challenging versions of both the doubling and halving boards (two-star versions). All answers included. Play as the money game above. AREA 3 differentiated boards: One-star version - area of rectangles, squares and right-angled triangles. No conversion required. Two-star version – as above but with more challenging calculations. Some conversion required between centimetres, metres etc. Includes decimal lengths and breadths. Three-star version - area of rectangles, squares, right-angled triangles and compound shapes. Some conversion required. Includes decimal lengths and breadths and more challenging calculations. Some of the compound shapes require children to work out the length of a side, using other given sides, before they can work out the area. Children will be able to do some of the calculations mentally but could use paper or mini whiteboards to work out the more challenging ones before writing in the answer on the grid. TIMES TABLES / DIVISION 4 Times Table Boards in colour and black and white versions. All 4 available in LA supported versions (with answer sideboards – see money game above), standard version (2-9 times tables) and in a version with 11 and 12 times tables added. Use whiteboard pens as in the games above. The division game (1 board) requires calculation cards (supplied) to be printed on two different colours of paper or card. In turn children pick up a card and lay it on an answer. DECIMAL PLACE VALUE Consolidate place value to 2 or 3 decimal places. 2 differentiated boards: The 1 star board was originally designed to go with the cards to 2 decimal places, while the more challenging 2 star version was designed for the cards to 3 decimal places. However, both sets of cards would work with either board. For use with this game are two sets of 54 decimal number cards featuring numbers from 0.001 to 2.01 (1 set includes numbers up to 2 decimal places, the other up to 3 decimal places). I hope these resources save you time and help your pupils learn in a fun way. Thank you for your interest. For lots more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Spending Money Task Cards AUSTRALIAN COINS VERSION

Spending Money Task Cards AUSTRALIAN COINS VERSION

Practise solving money amounts and the addition and subtraction of money using these task cards. Included in this pack are 72 task cards linked to money, using pictures of 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c and $1 coins. Each set has 8 cards using the question of either ‘How much did I have left?’, ‘How much did I spend?’ and ‘How much did I start with?’ They are differentiated into 3 sets. Set 1 – using amounts less than 50 cents Set 2 – using amounts less than 1 dollar Set 3 – using amounts less than $2. These cards could be laminated so that they could be written on or students could use actual coins to show their answers. They are particularly suitable for Years 2, 3, 4. ACMNA059 of the Australian maths curriculum. The answers have been included. *************PLEASE NOTE*************** I also have available: UK coins version here US coins version here

By Littlesherbetlemon

Financial Money Literacy Back to School Word Problem Puzzles (Pounds) QR Code

Financial Money Literacy Back to School Word Problem Puzzles (Pounds) QR Code

A set of 30 fun and engaging back to school themed financial literacy jigsaw puzzles. These money problems help students master the concept of money form spending it, earning it and of course banking it. Although back to school theme, can be used all year round. These cards are in Pounds. Students match the correct amount with the corresponding money word problem. All money amounts are with a pound sign on it. When the students complete the puzzle pieces they can capture the QR code included on each money word problem to enable them to self mark. This means there are less questions for the teacher and we can focus on our teaching without interruptions. These money problems are perfect for math centers, individuals and group rotations. With 30 cards available you could also rotate them around your whole class if you desired. To use the cards, all the teacher needs to do is print them off, laminate and cut out the jigsaw pieces and you are ready to go. They come in 2 handy versions 1. Images on the pound amount puzzle pieces to help students match up the correct money word problem. 2 No images to provide the students with a more challenging match up. Enjoy.

By Kiwilander

Financial Money Literacy Word Problem Puzzles (Dollars) QR Code

Financial Money Literacy Word Problem Puzzles (Dollars) QR Code

A set of 30 fun and engaging summer themed financial literacy jigsaw puzzles. These money problems help students master the concept of money form spending it, earning it and of course banking it. These cards are in Dollars. Follow this link if you are after pounds https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/financial-money-literacy-word-problem-puzzles-pounds-qr-code-11642746 Students match the correct amount with the corresponding money word problem. All money amounts are with a dollar sign on it. When the students complete the puzzle pieces they can capture the QR code included on each money word problem to enable them to self mark. This means there are less questions for the teacher and we can focus on our teaching without interruptions. These money problems are perfect for math centers, individuals and group rotations. With 30 cards available you could also rotate them around your whole class if you desired. To use the cards, all the teacher needs to do is print them off, laminate and cut out the jigsaw pieces and you are ready to go. They come in 2 handy versions 1. Images on the dollar amount puzzle pieces to help students match up the correct money word problem. 2 No images to provide the students with a more challenging match up. Enjoy

By Kiwilander

Maths Mental Y1-2

Maths Mental Y1-2

A super-handy resource - 10 weeks worth of maths mental assessments, differentiated to 3 levels. Can be used in composite classes or mixed ability classes. Across the 10 worksheets, the mental mathematics sheets cover all content strands of the mathematics curriculum: number and algebra, statistics and probability, and measurement and geometry.

By mimjaeger

KS2 Multiplication / Division Bundle

KS2 Multiplication / Division Bundle

Games and activities to help you teach multiplication and division at Key Stage2. Originally designed for Year 4 and Year 5 (P5 and P6 and other equivalents), these resources will also be suitable for some younger and older pupils. Included in this bundle: 48, mostly multi-step, Self-Check Multiplication and Division Word Problem Cards and worksheet 4 differentiated Times Table 4 in a Row game boards and 1 division Four in a Row board 70+ cards for self-checking factors work or for a fun game and a set of boards and cards for Multiples Bingo Differentiated game boards for a Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 game Doubling and Halving (up to 3 digits) Loop games (3 differentiated sets) Please see the individual resources for more information. Many thanks for your interest. I hope these games and activities work well in your class. If you can spare a moment I would be so grateful for a review. For lots more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Mental Maths Bundle KS2

Mental Maths Bundle KS2

A bundle of my Lower and Upper Key Stage 2 Mental Maths resource packs – a total of 30 PowerPoint Speed Tests, 432 Self-Check Cards and 16 Cross Number Puzzles. The Lower Key Stage 2 resources were originally designed for Year 4 (P5 and other equivalents) but would also suit some Year 3 (P4) classes too once the concepts have been covered. They could also be used for lower ability pupils in Upper KS2. They could be used as part of SATs preparation. The Upper Key Stage 2 resources were originally designed for Year 5 and 6 (P6 and P7 and other equivalents). They would also suit some early KS3 classes for consolidation and revision. The resources could be used as part of SATs preparation. Concepts include: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Doubling & Halving, Fractions, Percentages, Decimals, Negative Numbers, Place Value, Money, Measure, Time and Angles. As the PowerPoints and Self-Check cards include money questions in UK currency, I have also included versions for countries that use dollars and cents. Differentiation: I have called the Lower KS2 resources Set B, while the Upper is Set A, rather than using any other identifier to help facilitate the use of both sets within the same class without the children being aware of the age level of the questions. All these resources are available individually or in smaller Lower KS2 and Upper KS2 bundles. The information below applies to both the Lower and Upper resources, so there’s double what it says: POWERPOINT SPEED TESTS 15 informal tests split across 3 PowerPoints, designed to be shown on the whiteboard with children recording answers in jotters or on paper. One question to a slide will allow children to focus for a few seconds before the next one comes up. The question slides are plain and uncluttered so as to minimise distractions. Run the PowerPoint presentation on a timer or click it on yourself, perhaps allowing a little longer for more challenging questions. Each test features 20 questions involving a variety of mathematical skills and knowledge. At the end of each test, the same 20 slides are repeated, this time with the answer added clearly. Children can then mark their own or a partner's work to reduce your workload. If short of time, you can whizz through the answers but the idea of each answer appearing with its question like this is that it allows for important discussions about strategies. SELF-CHECK CARDS A flexible resource that can be incorporated into many mental maths games and activities within the classroom. Laminate and use again and again as starter and early finisher tasks. There are twelve question cards on each A4 sheet. Leave them as 18 A4 sheets or cut each of the question cards separately to create 216 cards. There are versions both with and without the answers printed below the questions. The with-answers versions could be used by pupils questioning each other while the version without the answers could be used by individuals testing themselves. A separate answer card is included, which individuals could consult. CROSSNUMBER PUZZLES A fun resource for early finisher tasks, mental starters, homework etc. They could be completed by individuals or in pairs or small groups, where they will promote important discussions about different mental strategies. As in a crossword puzzle, children will find it easier to work out some of the more challenging questions once they have filled in the easier ones as some digits will already be there for them. ANSWER GRIDS for all 8 puzzles are included within the file and could be printed for pupils to self-check (or displayed later on the board), cutting down on your marking! I hope these save you time. I would be grateful for a review if you get a spare moment. Many thanks. For engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

End of Year Maths Project KS3 - Theme Park & Fairground

End of Year Maths Project KS3 - Theme Park & Fairground

Perfect for ending the year! Whole unit of work for final week or fortnight of teaching. Engaging and rich tasks allow students to develop problem solving skills while having fun! The slides clearing follow the order of the booklet. Session one gets students jooked before looking at budgeting and plans and elevations in session two. Session three and four student begin to design their own theme park plan. Session 5 introduces the second part of the project - creating their own fairground game for the entrance of their theme park. In session two students can create these games and test them, finding out probabilities and using questionnaires to further improve their designs and creations. This has been used successfully with low ability students in year 7 up to high ability students in year 9 - often differentiated through questioning and higher pitched expectations.

By scottmarch