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Number bonds to 5p and 10p (and subtraction) Follow-on resource. Illustrated with PCS or Widgit symbols.

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#### Number bonds to 5p and 10p (and subtraction)

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Coin Number Line (1p - 10p) - Money, coins, currency, pound, pence, foundation numeracy, coin, pay, shop, coin numberline, numberline

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#### Coin Number Line (1p - 10p)

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### UK Coins, British Coins, Bingo, Game

UK Coins, British Coins, Bingo, GameThis activity includes bingo cards to help encourage students to keep learning about the different coins and their values. The first page of this PDF is the instructions so you are able to get the most out of the activity when using in your classroom.The whole thing comes as black and white for ink friendly printing.There are 3 different sets of bingo card, each set comes in word or picture option.

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#### UK Coins, British Coins, Bingo, Game

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A set of clear flash cards showing all the ways of making the amounts 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p plus some blank cards (2p, 5p and 10p) so that pupils can have a go at making the amounts in different ways

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#### Coin Combinations: 1p to 10p - Resources - TES

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Money problem solving - making 6p. Finding different ways

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Here are some of the resources I have used for the ASDAN PSD Managing Own Money Unit. The worksheets are used as evidence for helping the students meet the assessment criteria. The money printout is a selection of coins from one pence to two pounds to be used in conjunction with the receipt task.

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A small workbook developed for SEN pupils but useful elsewhere. Activities are all based up to 10p.

#### 'Working with pennies' Money Workbook - Resources - TES

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Here are some of the resources I have used for the ASDAN PSD Managing Own Money Unit. The worksheets are used as evidence for helping the students meet the assessment criteria. The money printout is a selection of coins from one pence to two pounds to be used in conjunction with the receipt task.

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