Sort the coins in the sand. EYFS

Defo having an Ice cream van in our seaside role play area

Maths activity to emphasis the value of coins, children have to use the coins to…

Coin Strip Free teaching resource from Harriet and Violet Early Years (EYFS), KS1, KS2, Primary & Secondary School teaching help, ideas and free teaching resources for the classroom. We love sharing free teaching resources!

Interactive maths display - toy shop

Find the quantities in the purses by counting in 2s 5s and 10s

Chocolate shop in the maths area. The children scan the QR code to find out the price of the chocolates and then find the correct coin to pay. EYFS

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

### Learning with Cupcake Liners!

Practice counting money with cupcake liners! Fun math center idea.

### Making our own money peg cards

Making your own Money peg cards. Great way to help kids learn about money and using the pegs helps to strengthen their fingers

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Sort the coins in the sand

Investigating real and fake money by using magnets

Simple Learning Activity for Kids: Coin Rubbing Matching Game

### Money Sorting Activity for Kids

Coin sorting is super easy kid entertainment!

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.

Teacher's Pet - Premium Printable Games & Activities - Resources for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2)

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.

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.

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