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This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to identify true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins. The class can use concrete objects and diagrams to illustrate different combinations of coins so that they can be compared.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to identify true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins

Learning Objectives

Combine coins amounts to make a particular monetary value. Use the symbol for less than to compare money amounts.

Learning Outcomes

I can combine different groups of coins to make an amount of money. I can use the symbol for less than to compare money amounts to one pound.

Coin Facts

Teaching sequence to help the children identify true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins

Coin Facts

Activity to help the children identify and record true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins

Coin Facts (support)

Activity to help the children identify and record true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins

Less Than

Interactive activity to get the children to compare money amounts to one pound to identify the matching sums for less than

Coin Facts

Interactive activity to help the children identify true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to identify true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins

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