Consolidation of Steps 3-5 Year 3 Money Learning Video Clip

Consolidation of Steps 3-5 Year 3 Money Learning Video Clip

Step 3-5: Consolidation of Steps 3-5 Year 3 Money Learning Video Clip

The new water slide has just opened at Larry’s Leisure and there are lots of visitors who want to try it out. Pupils will help Larry add up how much money has fallen down the slide, find the difference between the amount of money he has found at the bottom of the pool compared to yesterday. Finally, pupils will assist Larry with a customer who needs to be given some change after buying some sweat bands.

This Learning Video Clip has been designed as a consolidation tool for steps 3, 4 and 5. It contains content relevant to all these steps and can be used in parts to recap a particular step or in on its own at the end of a teaching sequence for the included steps.

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Discussion points for teachers

1. In total, how much money has the child lost today?
Discuss strategies for adding money and how to convert between pounds and pence.
The total money that the child has lost is 322 pence or £3 and 22 pence (£1.85 + £1.37).

2. How much more money has Larry found today than yesterday?
Discuss the language of subtraction, strategies for subtracting money and how to convert between pounds and pence.
Larry has found 64 pence more today (£3.29 - £2.65 = 64 pence).

3. Which gym class did she sign up for?
Discuss effective strategies to find change.
The customer signed up for Pedal Power (£10 - £6.54 = £3.46).

4. How much change will she get if she buys a headband and a wristband?
Discuss the steps of the problem and the strategies which can be used to calculate change.
The customer will get 50 pence in change.

5. Larry gives the customer her change. There are six coins. What coins could they be?
Discuss the value of different coins and the possible combinations of coins to make the total. This question is open-ended for the children to explore.
Various answers, for example; 20p, 20p, 5p, 2p, 2p and 1p.

National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 3: (3M9a) Add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts

Mathematics Year 3: (3C1) Add and subtract numbers mentally, including three-digit number and ones

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