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Find the Difference Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

Step 8: Find the Difference Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

Yasin and Scarlett are very excited because their parents are taking them to an aquarium. Help them to find the difference between different costs and amounts of money.

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Discussion points for teachers

1. Help them to find the difference between the price of a ticket for an adult and a child.
Discuss what find the difference means. Discuss which mathematical operation(s) can be used to find the difference between two amounts (addition or subtraction/counting on or counting back). Discuss how much each type of ticket costs (adults £14 and 75p, children £11). Discuss how to find the difference between £14 and 75p and £11.
£3 and 75p

2. Help Yasin and Scarlett to find the difference between the two costs of diving with the sharks (1 child £15 and 99p, 2 children £19).
Discuss the different methods that could be used to find the difference (counting on or counting back). Discuss how much it costs for 1 child and for 2 children. Discuss how to find the difference between £15 and 99p and £19.
£4

3. Scarlett has this much money. It is not enough to watch the film. How much more does she need?
Discuss how to find the total of Scarlett’s money (as covered in step 7). Discuss how to find the difference between Scarlett’s money (£2) and the price of watching the short film about turtles (£2 and 45p).
Scarlett has £2. The difference is 45p.

4. Yasin has two more silver coins in his pocket. Which coins would they need to be so that they have enough money to watch the film?
Discuss which silver coins Yasin could have. Discuss if there are any combination of silver coins which, when added to Scarlett’s £2, would give them enough to watch the film. This question is open-ended for the children to explore.
Various answers, for example: Yasin could have any combination of 5p, 10p, 20p and 50p coins. If Yasin has a 50p coin and any other silver coin, they would have enough money to watch the film.

Optional discussion points:
Discuss how to find the total (as covered in step 7). The pupils will need this to answer question three above.

National Curriculum Objectives

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