Unit A – Money Counting

This maths scheme of work for Key Stage One gets the children to identify and record combinations of coins and notes to match different money amounts to use when making comparisons between number sums. The class can practise using concrete objects and diagrams to model coins that can match different money amounts.

Identify and record combinations of coins and notes to match different money amounts to use when making comparisons between number sums

## Lesson One : Money Sums

Identify and record the matching sums for multiples of different coins

## Lesson Two : Tens and Twenties

Identify and record combinations of ten and twenty pence coins to match sums to one pound

## Lesson Three : Coins Match

Use the symbols for less than and greater than to compare money amounts using coins

## Lesson Four : Coin Facts

Identify true and false facts to compare money amounts using combinations of coins

## Lesson Five : Counting Pounds

Complete bar models to show pound coins and notes to match different money amounts

## New Teaching Resources for Key Stage One

• Favourite Food
Use commas to list favourite foods that can be eaten at different family meal times
• Mini-beasts
Use commas to write lists about different mini-beasts that can be found in the school grounds
• Holidays
Use commas to write lists describing activities that can be completed in different holiday locations
• City Pavements
Select and compare different shapes used in tessellating patterns found on city pavements