Lesson Three – Coins Match

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to use the symbols for less than and greater than to compare money amounts using 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 use the symbols for less than and greater than to compare money amounts using coins

Learning Objectives

Combine coins amounts to make a particular monetary value. Find different combinations of coins that equal the same amounts of money.

Learning Outcomes

I can identify sets of coins to match a value up to one pound. I can use the symbols for less than and greater than to compare money amounts.

Coins Match

Teaching sequence to help the children use the symbols for less than and greater than to compare money amounts using coins

What Coins (support)

Activity to help the children identify combinations of coins less than and greater than different money amounts

What Coins (core)

Activity to help the children identify combinations of coins less than and greater than different money amounts

What Coins (extension)

Activity to help the children identify combinations of coins less than and greater than different money amounts

Money Match

Interactive activity to help the children identify different pairs of multiples of ten that make the sum of one hundred

Coins Match

Interactive activity to help the children use the symbols for less than and greater than to compare money amounts using coins

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use the symbols for less than and greater than to compare money amounts using coins

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