MathsYear 3Spring Block 2 (Money)01 Pounds and Pence › Free Consolidation of Steps 1-2 Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

Free Consolidation of Steps 1-2 Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

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Step 1-2: Free Consolidation of Steps 1-2 Year 2 Money Learning Video Clip

Larry’s Leisure Centre has just opened its doors to the public and two children, Layla and Amir, are going to check out the new facilities. Pupils will need to help Amir and Layla figure out how much money they each have, how much money Larry has dropped and convert the prices of items in the vending machine so that Larry can buy a drink.

This Learning Video Clip has been designed as a consolidation tool for steps 1 and 2. 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. How much money does Layla have?
Discuss which coins make 100 and the different strategies which could be used to calculate the total.
Layla has £7 and 17p.

2. Amir has 5 coins. None of them are bronze coins. How much could he have?
Discuss the different types of coins, their colour and their value. This is an open-ended question for pupils to explore.
Various answers, for example: 80 pence.

3. What is the greatest and least amount of money Amir could have?
Discuss the value of different coins and the strategies which could be used for calculating the total.
The greatest amount of money he could have is £10 (5 lots of £2 coins). The least amount he could have is 25 pence.

4. How much money could Larry have dropped?
Discuss making 100 with the coins given and converting the amount to pounds and pence. This is an open-ended question for pupils to explore.
Various answers, for example: £4 and 40p.

5. Help Larry convert all of the amounts into pounds and pence.
Discuss how to convert between pounds and pence. Discuss the placement of the decimal point and what it means.
£1 and 73p, £3 and 05p, £1 and 37p, £2 and 10p, £1 and 02p and £0 and 87p.

6. Is Larry correct? Write your answer in pounds and pence.
Discuss which coins can make 100 and strategies for converting between pounds and pence.
Larry is incorrect; he has 940 pence which makes £9 and 40p.


National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 6: (6F9a) Identify the value of each digit in numbers given to three decimal places and multiply and divide numbers by 10, 100 and 1,000 giving answers up to three decimal places

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

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