# MSS1/E2.1

MSS1/E2.1 Make amounts of money up to �1 in different ways using 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p and 50p coins.

(a) Know the relationship between coins, e.g. that 50p is equal to five 10p coins

Budgeting Spreadsheet: Students enter amounts into a self calculating spreadsheet to work out a persons budget for the month.

This resource is best used around the topic of budgeting and bank accounts. I used it alongside the excellent Barclays Money Skills site.

Teaching learners at Entry Level I have found that many of them have difficulties using coins to pay for their snacks or checking their change.

This resource includes a collection of worksheets that start with several number sequences counting in twos, then move on to count the total value of different number of 2p coins and finish asking the learner to count the number of 2p coins that they need to make up different amounts. The sequence of worksheets is repeated counting in 5s and using 5p coins, then counting in 10s and using 10p coins.

A contextualised set of Functional Maths tasks for Hairdressing or Beauty students.

Includes:

- Counting up money and making up floats
- Adding up prices and working out change
- Extracting information from a table

An alternative version of this worksheet is also available (Handling cash in a garage).

Both worksheets are linked to the “Working with Decimals” lesson plan and PPT by Charlotte Gustar (listed under **See also** below).

A contextualised set of Functional Maths tasks for Motor Vehicle students. Includes:

- Counting up money and making up floats
- Adding up prices and working out change
- Extracting information from a table

An alternative version of this worksheet is also available (Handling cash in a salon).

Both worksheets are linked to the “Working with Decimals” lesson plan and PPT by Charlotte Gustar (listed under **See also** below).

‘I have…Who has?’ is a fast-paced coin counting game that has been adapted from a game on Super Teacher Worksheets

For the game to work correctly all of the worksheets need to be distributed to your students so some students may get more than one card. This could be used as a way to differentiate with the higher level students being given more cards to work with.

Hands-on / kinaesthetic activity where learners select coins, work out prices and change, and line up in order of “wealth” (according to their laminated purse cards).

With teaching and differentiation ideas. Fully mapped to E1-E2 numeracy and Functional Maths.

**Note: best used with real money but if you want printable money please use Magic Money for coins and Working in a Charity Shop for notes (see links below).**

A selection of graduated money problems (recognising coins, counting coins, cost of multiple items, change from a £1) where the correct coins must be selected from each picture box.

Money 2 provides further Entry 2 practice (see also Money 1) and includes: ‘missing money’, making up money, working out change, etc. 22 self-marking questions.

Money 1 is a series of very visual exercises providing excellent practice in making up money to given amounts, giving change, etc. 32 self-marking questions.

Convert pence to £s, work out cost of multiple items and correct change, make up sums of money with coins.