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Laura Adams

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Counting Money UK coins

Show what you know about counting money. We are counting 1p coins, but some of you might know how to use and count other coins, so do whatever you would like to do. Your parents may not have any coins at home right now, so you can draw little 1p coins, using the drawing tool to make circles and writing 1p in each of them. The 'p' means pence, but we say 'p' to make it quicker to say. 1. Tap the add button. 2. Take a photo of a money amount (or draw some 1p coins) 3. Use the drawing tool to write the total amount of money you have made. This means 'how much money do you have altogether?' 4. Tap the mic and tell me how much money you have 5. Tap the tick to add to your journal. 6. You might like to try making different amounts and recording how much money you have each time. You might want to draw around coins on your page and write the total. You can do this as many times as you like.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Math, Home Learning
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