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Money: Euros and Cents - Presentations, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

Money: Euros and Cents - Presentations, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

Everything all in one place. This money bundle includes: - PowerPoint Presentations - Flexible detailed lesson plans in Packs 1 and 2 - Lots of worksheets and activities - resources to laminate for practical activities Subjects on: - Identifying coins and learning their value - Combining amounts to make a particular value - Find different combination of coins - Solve simple problems in a practical context - addition and subtraction - learning to give change ANSWERS are provided for quick marking of students' work.

By Ro_Milli0110

Money Problem Questions, Count, Add, Subtract, Draw coins/match price tags, Worksheets -Euros/Cents

Money Problem Questions, Count, Add, Subtract, Draw coins/match price tags, Worksheets -Euros/Cents

This is an extra resource on the Euro currency coins 1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, 1 euro and 2 euro coins. Aimed at: KS1 students learning about the euro/cents, EFL/ESL students The worksheets are in colour and black and white. ANSWERS are provided where appropriate. Each of the four worksheets contain a variety of tasks for students to complete on the topic of buying school stationery. Worksheet 1 - Students look at the pictures and price of each item and then work out how much two items of school supplies cost. Two questions at the bottom: Which student spent the most? Which student spent the least amount of money? Worksheet 2 - This worksheet is similar to the above except students add three items of stationery together. Worksheet 3 - Students answer 6 questions about the items, e.g. Which item is the most expensive? How much less does the eraser cost than the calculator? etc. The next task is to write the new price for each item which has risen by 10 cents. Worksheet 4 - The first task is to write the new price of the items which have risen by 20 euro cents. Second task - to add up 3 items of stationery at the new price. Worksheet 5 - Biggest Euro Sale Now On! - Students reduce the price of each item by 11 cents. They then recalculate the items of stationery bought. Additional worksheets: 1. Drawing coins to match the price tags - students use the fewest number of coins as many times as they can. 2. Add up the coins and write the total on the price tag for each object shown. Challenge: Students add up all the prices on the tags and write the total amount of money spent. File Type: Microsoft Word and PDF format Royalty free images from My Cute Graphics and Microsoft clipart

By Ro_Milli0110

Money: Euros and Cents, Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Activities Pack 2

Money: Euros and Cents, Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Activities Pack 2

This resource material is for countries using the euro currency. This pack relates to euros and euro cents currency. Aimed at KS1/Kindergarten/Grade 1 and ESL/EFL students. The presentation can be used as follow-up to the first pack and builds upon the skills students have learnt previously. It still uses a step-by-step approach to teaching money but using higher value coins. This pack contains: - A comprehensive PowerPoint Presentation (53 Slides) - divided into convenient sections. 1.Reviewing coins and their values, money exchange and using the 50c, €1 and €2 coins. 2. Using €1 and €2 euro coins. Using combination of coins to equal the value of the one euro and two euro coins. 3. Using euros and cents together - this is explained in the presentation with various whole class activities 4. Giving change from €1 and € 2 euro coins. The Presentation also includes whole class activities and different strategies students can use to work out money problems. Students also learn to change, e.g. 125 cents to €1.25. - 4 Flexible Lesson Plans - contains objectives, plenaries and main lesson. PowerPoint Slides are referred to in the lesson plans. Some preparation is required: Laminate the coin sheets, coin cards and price tags for practical tasks at tables. - Worksheets Lesson 1 - Adding up combinations of euro coins (2 worksheets). At the Mall (2 worksheets) - adding two items. Extension adding three items. Lesson 2 - You will need the coin sheets or you can use plastic euro money. Students draw or use the laminated coins to work out different combination of coins that equal €1. Challenge: Different combination of coins that equal two euros. E.g. 50¢ + 20¢ + 20¢ + 10¢ = €1 Lesson 3 - Two-part money activity Worksheets (x2). Section A - students complete the table; Section B - students complete the addition sums. Lesson 4 - 2 Giving change activity. Students in groups at their table. Students take turns to pick a €1 coin card and a price label. The rest of the students in the group work out the change. Challenge: Working out change from €2. Students choose one of the yellow price labels. Worksheets are shown in the preview. File Type: PowerPoint , Word and PDF format. You may be interested in Money Pack 1 - Step by step introduction: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/money-euros-and-cents-presentations-lesson-plans-worksheets-activities-1-11633169 Hope you enjoy using this resource. Royalty free images via Microsoft clipart, www.clker.com.

By Ro_Milli0110

Money: Euros and Cents Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Cut&Paste  Pack 1

Money: Euros and Cents Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Cut&Paste Pack 1

This resource material is for countries using the euro currency. This pack relates to euros and euro cents. Aimed at KS1/Kindergarten/Grade 1 and ESL/EFL students. The presentation is a step-by-step approach to teaching euros/cents. This pack contains: - A comprehensive PowerPoint Presentation (46 Slides) - divided into convenient sections. 1. Identifying and describing coins and their value 2. Adding up cents and adding prices of items 3. Looking at combination of coins and comparing/matching coins of equivalent value, e.g. five 1 cents is worth the same as a 5 cent coin. 4. Giving change - working out how much change you would get from 5c, 10c, and 20c. The Presentation also includes whole class activities and different strategies students can use to work out money problems. There is a separate Presentation on general introduction and a list of countries that use euros as their currency. - 4 Flexible Lesson Plans - contains objectives, plenaries and main lesson. PowerPoint slides are referred to in the lesson plans. - Worksheets Lesson 1 - Matching each coin to its value - There are two sets of activities. (1) Write the value opposite the coin and practise writing the euro signs. (2) Cut and paste each coin to the correct value shown. Lesson 2 - Let's Go Shopping (1) - adding two items together - Let's Go Shopping (2) - adding three items together Optional cut and paste Match up Money Bags activity - Students add the prices of the pictures together to get the total and then match the bag of 1 cent coins to the correct sum. Lesson 3 - 4 Worksheets called Euro Money Bags 1, 2, 3, and 4. Students draw combination of coins to match the price tag. Lesson 4 - 2 Giving change worksheets - Price tag is shown and then the coin. Students work out what change they would receive if they spent the money shown on the price tag and paid with, e.g. a 10 cent coin. Worksheets are shown in the preview. File Type: PowerPoint , Word and PDF format. You may be interested in the pack 2: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/money-euros-and-cents-presentation-lesson-plans-worksheets-activities-2-11633171 Hope you enjoy using this resource. Royalty free images via Microsoft clipart, www.clker.com. Triangular page border designed by SillyOMusic.

By Ro_Milli0110

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KS2/KS3 Using Commas in LIsts

KS2/KS3 Using Commas in LIsts

The title of this lesson doesn't do it justice. This lesson incorporates maths, SMSC and peer assessment in a fun and engaging way to ensure that ALL students show they can use commas in lists accurately. This would be an excellent literacy observation lesson!

By joannammarsh

Clockwise Anticlockwise Turns & Direction

Clockwise Anticlockwise Turns & Direction

In this interactive, animated and fun PowerPoint and worksheet resource students; * briefly review clockwise and anti-clockwise turns by means of animated images of clocks and 11 other fun animated revolving images. *review quarter, two-quarter/half, three-quarter and four-quarter/whole fractions of a circle *Play a simple following instruction game to review clockwise and anti-clockwise quarter, half, three-quarter and whole turns prior to or after watching a birds-eye animated image of a man standing on a divided circle making animated turns. *In pairs practice turning a pencil clockwise and anti-clockwise quarter, half, three-quarter and whole turns prior to or after viewing an example. Also included is an accompanying two page worksheet (in word & PDF format) using the same pencil image to consolidate learning.

By barang

Board Game Templates

Board Game Templates

Five board game templates - make your own questions- plus suggestions on how to play and templates to laminate question cards. Hangman Find-A-Word Blockbusters BusyBee Snakes and Ladders These are a great keeper for end of topic revision, end of term fun days, fast finishers corner. Make your own questions to accompany the games or encourage the students to create their own. Suitable for ALL Key stages.

By LearnersLabyrinth

PSHE- Being the Best I Can Be

PSHE- Being the Best I Can Be

A series of 10 PowerPoint lessons with scope for discussion and written work around the topics of gender, popularity, social media, internet safety, identity, bullying, relationships,growing up, being healthy, accountability. Total price normally £41.50 - bundle price ONLY £35.00 !! There is an entire term's work here if used prudently!

By LearnersLabyrinth