# Money week

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Kids sit in a circle and pass the can around – when it is their turn, the child takes one and says the name of the coin. If they are correct, the stick goes in the center, if they are wrong, the stick goes back in the can. If they pull the bankrupt stick, all the sticks go back in the can. Can be adapted for number recognition and shapes.
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Working with sensorial materials allows children to classify the things around them. Completing these types of sorting activities will ultimately prepare them for reading and mathematics.
Caterpillar Coin Amounts to 10p | Teaching Resources
Hands on Money activity. Each caterpillar is made of coins. Pupils can use the cards to add up the amounts (mixed coins - 1p, 2p and 5p) or build the amounts with actual coins. Includes an assortment of examples plus blank templates for building different amounts/using different coins etc.
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Each purse contains coins. Pupils add up the amounts and write the answers in the boxes provided. Mixed coins (1p, 2p and 5p) going up to 10p total.
Piggy Bank Money Cards to 10p | Teaching Resources
Hands on Money activity. Each piggy bank contains coins. Pupils can use the cards to add up the amounts (mixed coins - 1p, 2p and 5p) or build the amounts with actual coins. Includes an assortment of examples plus blank templates for building different amounts/using different coins etc.
Math with Cupcake Liners: Counting Money Game
Practice counting money with cupcake liners! Fun math center idea.
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Repeating patterns to continue with photocopied strips of coins.
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy