Count Money Pence Year 2 Money Free Resource Pack

Count Money Pence Year 2 Resources

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Count Money Pence Year 2 Resource Pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving resources for Autumn Block 3.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Count Money Pence Year 2 Teaching PowerPoint.
  • Count Money Pence Year 2 Varied Fluency with answers.
  • Count Money Pence Year 2 Reasoning and Problem Solving with answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 2: (2M3a) Recognise and use symbols for pounds (£) and pence (p); combine amounts to make a particular value

Differentiation:
Varied Fluency
Developing Questions to support using up to 5 coins of the same type. Working with values up to 50p.
Expected Questions to support using up to 10 coins of up to 2 different types. Working with values up to 99p.
Greater Depth Questions to support using up to 10 coins of varying types. Working with values up to 99p.

Reasoning and Problem Solving
Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Problem Solving)
Developing Circle the coins to make groups of the given amount. Use of only one type of coin and values up to 50p.
Expected Circle the coins to make groups of the given amount. Use of two different coins and values up to 99p.
Greater Depth Circle the coins to make groups of the given amount. Use of a variety of different coins and values up to 99p.

Questions 2, 5 and 8 (Problem Solving)
Developing Create possible variations of coins to match a given total up to 20p using only one type of coin.
Expected Create possible variations of coins to match a given total up to 99p using only two types of coins.
Greater Depth Create possible variations of coins to match a given total up to 99p,using a variety of coins, but excluding specified coins.

Questions 3, 6 and 9 (Reasoning)
Developing Explain which is the odd one out when three groups are given. Includes coins and written totals up to 50p. Use of only one type of coin.
Expected Explain which is the odd one out when four groups are given. Includes coins and written totals up to 99p. Two different types of coins within a group.
Greater Depth Explain which is the odd one out when four groups are given. Includes coins and written totals up to 99p. Various types of coins within a group.

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    10 Comments

  1. It would be really useful to have more ideas at the start of each lesson for a practical investigation/discussion before applying the learning to the written activities.

    Una Green

    May 21, 2019

    • Good Morning Una,
      Thank you for contacting us.
      I can confirm that I have passed this on to our production team for consideration.
      If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us on [email protected] and a member of the team will be happy to help.
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      Sam – Customer Service Administrator @ Classroom Secrets

      Sam Mawson

      May 22, 2019

  2. These resources refer to 1ps and 2ps as ‘bronze’ – isn’t ‘copper’ the more widely used term?

    Jess Knights

    December 5, 2018

    • Hi Jess,
      I appreciate the feedback. I will pass this on to the Creation team to look into further.
      Thanks
      Jack, Customer Service Administrator @ Classroom Secrets.

      Jack Watson

      December 5, 2018

    • Hi Jess, thanks for the feedback.

      I agree, copper is the more widely used term, however we do like to ensure that children are exposed to a variety of different language to try and encourage dicussion.

      If there’s anything else we can help you with, please get in touch 🙂

      Kyle

      Kyle Berkeley

      December 18, 2018

  3. Please be aware that these resources use the old coins, not the new ones.

    Jessica Blackburn

    November 10, 2018

    • Hi Jessica, which coins do you mean? I’ve had a look through but I can’t find any old coins. Claire

      Classroom Secrets

      November 10, 2018

      • They all have the numbers of the coins on the back. All the new coins don’t have the numbers written on, they have it written in words and have different patterns on the back.

        Jessica Blackburn

        November 18, 2018

        • Hi Jessica, thank you for your feedback regarding this resource. I will pass this on to the resource creating team 🙂 Louisa

          Louisa King

          November 21, 2018

        • So they do! We will look at getting new coin images and allowing for a mixture while they are all still in circulation so that children get to see as many different types as possible. Thanks for the feedback. 🙂 – Lee

          Lee Peckover

          December 11, 2018

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