Count Money – Pounds Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

Count Money - Pounds Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

Step 2: Count Money - Pounds Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

Yasin and Scarlett had an excellent time with their families on the beach. It’s getting late so they go and pay for their hotel rooms and their breakfast in the morning.

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Discussion points for teachers

1.Does Yasin have £46.00?
Discuss the value of the individual notes and coins. Discuss which is the best strategy for counting the total of the money presented. Does the value shown match the price quoted?
Yes. £20 + £10 + £10 = £40. £2 + £2 + £2 = £6. £40 + £6 = £46.

2.Each person gets out the correct amount for their chosen extra. They only get one extra each.  Match the person to the extra they decided to get.
Discuss the best strategy for counting how much money each person has. Discuss finding that amount on the extras menu and matching the item with the person.
Yasin’s mum = £11 = Sports TV. Scarlett = £7 = Unlimited WiFi. Yasin = £8 = Bag Storage.

3.How much have they collected?
Discuss how best to count the money (notes first, coins first, by person etc).
£70

4.This is how much money Yasin has left. Which extras could he get? What’s the greatest amount of extras could he get?
Discuss how much money Yasin has. Discuss the greatest number of extras he could get. Discuss the least number of extras he could get. Discuss recording all the possibilities for the amount he has.
Various answers, for example: The least number of extras, 6 x veggie sausage, 1 x toast. The greatest number of extras 20 x eggs/beans/tomatoes/mushrooms. Various combinations in between, for example: 5 x bacon, 5 x sausage

National Curriculum Objectives

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

Mathematics Year 2: (2M3b) Find different combinations of coins that equal the same amounts of money

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