**In your purse or piggy bank**

**How much? -**Count how much money you have in your purses/wallets. Who has more? Who has less?

Write down how much you have.

**Sort and count**- Sort the coins, into 1p's, 2p’s, 5p’s etc. Count the 1p coins in ones, 2p coins in twos,

5p coins in fives etc..

**Shopping role-play**

**Number bonds of 10**- lay out 6 -10 shopping items. Give each item a price between 1p and 9p (include two 5p labels). Give your child a 10p coin. Ask " Which 2 items can you buy which add up to exactly 10p?"

Give them another 10p and repeat until all the pairs of items have been found. (Increase prices up to 20p for bonds of 20, or make each item a multiple of 10 e.g 20p, 40p and give the child £1)

**How much?**- give the shopping items price labels. Child chooses 2 or 3 items and has to add them together

to work out the total cost? Give the shopkeeper the correct money. Challenge - how much change would you

get from 20p? 50p?

Real shoppingAfter you have been shopping, choose 6 different items each costing less than £1. Make a price label for each one, e.g. 39p, 78p. Shuffle the labels. Then ask your child to do one or more of these.- Place the labels in order, starting with the lowest. - Say which price is an odd number and which is an even number. -Place value(tens and units) – use10p and 1p coins to pay for the items. E.g 34p = 3 ten pence and 4 one pennies - Add 9p to each price in their head. - Take 20p from each price in their head. - Say which coins to use to pay exactly for each item. - Choose any two of the items, and find their total cost. - Work out the change from £1 for each item. How much? - While shopping, point out an item costing less than £1. Ask your child to work out in their head the cost of 3 items. Ask them to guess first. See how close they come. If you see any items labelled, for example, ‘2 for £3.50’, ask them to work out the cost of 1 item for you, and to explain how they got the answer. Sale prices! - Percentages Buy items with a percentage extra free. Help your child to calculate how much of the product is free. Ask your child to work out what some items would cost with: 50 % off, 25% off, 10% off or 5 % off |

Dicey coins - For this game you need a dice and about twenty 10p coins. Take turns to roll the dice and take that number of 10p coins. Guess how much money this is. Then count aloud in tens to check, e.g. saying ten, twenty, thirty, forty..If you do this correctly you keep one of the 10p pieces. First person to collect £1 wins. (use 2p or 5p coins instead to practice counting in different steps) |

**Hit the jackpot!**

**You have won one million pounds**

Assume you have £1 000 000 to spend or give away.

Plan with your child what to do with it, down to the last penny.

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