TEACCH based activities suitable for independent work at workstations.

Simple counting money worksheets for adding up different amounts using a range of coins.

Free British (UK) money worksheets - counting pence and pounds

Symbols (c) Widgit Software Print single-sided on card. Do not reduce the size of the page or the price tags will not match Numicon pieces. See guide notes for ideas for use. Basically these price tags are for (a) making it clear whether the pric.

Loose Change - learning money game, get a FREE DVD, homeschool resources

A series of simple games designed to help children to understand the value of various coins. Children move around board collecting coins and then exchange them for coins of greater value. Also useful for learning how to count in twos, fives and tens. (Will need real or plastic coins, dice and counters to play)

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A resource on financial capability for learners with additional learning needs. The resource includes one pdf file with over 130 colourful pages that may be printed for use in the classroom.

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Coin dominoes - Print these dominoes to create a fun educational game.

Pupils practise adding coins to reach an amount and finding the difference along the way. Add coins and stop to check 'how much so far?' so that pupils must find the difference. Use "try again" to find other coin combinations to the total. (Prices are in multiples of 10.)

A small workbook developed for SEN pupils but useful elsewhere. Activities are all based up to

Hands on Money activity. Each piggy bank contains coins. Pupils can use the cards to add up the amounts (mixed coins - and or build the amounts with actual coins. Includes an assortment of examples plus blank templates for building differe.

Money problem solving - making Finding different ways. Use real coins rather than plastic ones so that the pupil can generalise the skills into real life situations.

Money Flashcards Matching Coins and Amounts H Early Years (EYFS), Primary & Secondary School teaching help, ideas and free teaching resources for the classroom. We love sharing free teaching resources!

Each purse contains coins. Pupils add up the amounts and write the answers in the boxes provided. Mixed coins and going up to total.

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