## Maths Year 1 Autumn Money and Time

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## Coins to 10p: identify & exchange (suggested as 3 days)

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## Reasoning/Problem Solving Maths Worksheets for Year 1 (age 5-6)

Reasoning about number, sorting and counting.

Sorting and counting activities.

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How many flowers, balls etc can you see in the picture?

How many boats, trains, bikes and buses can you see in the picture?

Looking for similarities in groups of sorted objects.

Explaining the criteria for sorting into groups - there may be more than one possible answer.

Guess how many objects and then count to see how accurate you are!

Sorting a variety of fruit into groups.

Sorting a variety of objects into groups.

Explaining answers: counting forwards and backwards.

## Making number sentences and using number cards

Use number cards to find different ways of making 3.

How many ways can you make 4 using the cards shown?

How many ways can you make 5 using the numbers and signs?

Use number cards to find different ways of making 6.

How many ways can you make 8 using the numbers on the cards?

How many ways can you add 2 numbers to make 7?

Use cards to make numbers, including zero.

## Reasoning about money

What coins could you use to buy the ragdoll?

What shapes can you buy for 10p? Costs according to the number of sides the shape has.

Solving 2-step problems with money up to 10p.

More shopping: 2-step problems with whole pounds.

Simple reasoning with small amounts of money.

Reasoning skills with small amounts of money.

## Reasoning about addition and subtraction

A first look at word problems needing addition or subtraction to solve.

More problem solving where addition or subtraction is needed.

'How many ways?' investigation using 7, 8 and 9.

How many different answers can you get?

Three darts to score on the board. Good adding up revision.

Make subtraction sentences using the numbers around the hexagon.

Can you put the numbers in the circles so that each side of the triangle adds up to 9?

Pick three numbers from those shown and add them. How many different additions can you find?

Completing missing symbols in number sentences.

Completing number sentences using more and less than.

Completing simple number patterns.

## More reasoning activities

Find how many cubes can be held in one hand and record data collected in a table.

How many different ways can the ice lolly be coloured, using just two colours?

How many different ways can you put the cubes in the boxes?

How many rectangles can be made?

How many ways can the 9 tiles be put together to make a square?

How many ways can I join 4 triangles to make other shapes?

Make four 2-digit numbers from just two 1-digit numbers.

Put the numbers into the grid so that there is always a difference of more than one.

Find and describe routes to the bus stop.

How many numbers can you make with 6 beads on the abacus?

How many different routes are there from head to tail? Great logical thinking challenge.

Fun counting challenge which encourages logical thinking.

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Learn how to solve questions involving money using a problem-solving method.

Remember that RUCSAC can help you solve word problems:

RUCSAC is an acronym that helps us to remember the order to tackle word problems:

U NDERLINE and U NDERSTAND key words.

C HOOSE the correct operation (+ - x ÷) and method.

Now let's take a look at some money problems and use RUCSAC to help us solve them.

Have you read the question carefully?

Underline or highlight the important information. Do you know what the problem is asking?

'Altogether' tells us that we need to add the amounts together.

You can use the column method to work out this sum.

You’ve worked out how much Charlotte saved altogether so you have answered the question.

A cake costs £2.10. How much do 5 cakes cost?

Read the question again and make sure you understand it.

Now highlight the important information:

A cake costs £2.10 . How much do 5 cakes cost ?

This question is asking you what 5 lots of £2.10 is, so the operation to choose is multiplication .

Turn the pounds into pence first so it’s easier to multiply.

Turn the pence back into pounds.

Always check your working out!

You could also use visual images to help you solve this question through repeated addition.

Here are our 5 groups of £2.10 using a two-pound coin and a 10p coin.

Now add up all the two-pound coins and 10p coins to see how much there is altogether.

Both answers are the same. There's usually more than one way to solve a problem!

You may need paper and a pen or pencil for some of these activities.

Using a pen and piece of paper and remembering the RUCSAC method, try to work out the following:

For her birthday, Amelia receives £5.00 from her grandfather and £10.00 from her aunt.

With the money, she decides to buy a book for £7.99 and then some chocolates on offer for £3.90.

Does she have any birthday money left, and if so, how much?

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- We have to understand the connection between digits (symbols) and the value they represent.
- We have to understand the concepts of addition (grouping things together) and subtraction (splitting things apart).
- We have to understand that objects can have a value, which is irrespective of their colour, shape, size, mass, etc.
- Introduce the 'pre-money' counters. Spend some time counting a number of counters and counting the value of the counters. Although this may seem trivial it is very important that the children understand the difference.
- Play games where the children swap counters with a partner, making sure they always hold the same value.
- Use the 'shopping cards' as something else the children can swap and exchange, something which has a recognisable value or price. Play a 'Happy family' type game where each child collects a set with a certain picture and may only exchange a card for one which has the same value.
- After a while the counters can be used to 'buy' desired cards by simple exchanging of counters for cards.
- As the children's ability grows, the cards and counters can be used in shopping situations, where 'change' has to be given.
- As a final step before real (or facsimile) coins are introduced, use a second set of counters which has the dots on one side and the appropriate number 1, 2 or 5 stuck or painted on the reverse. This means the value of the counter may be seen whichever way up the counter is, and provides an opportunity for the children to link the digit symbol to its value.
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## Money Problems Maths

## What are money problems?

We will explore different types of money problems that can be used in lots of different situations.

For the purposes of these examples we will use Pound Sterling.

£1 is made of 100 pence (or 100p ).

Pounds can be written as pence, for example £3.15 can be written as 315p.

Pence can be written as pounds, for example 27p can be written as £0.27.

UK coins are 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, £1 and £2.

The UK notes are £5, £10, £20 and £50.

## How to work out money problems

In order to solve money problems in maths:

Read the question carefully and work out how to solve the word problem.

Write the answer with the correct units.

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## Money problem maths examples

A chocolate bar costs 45p and a bottle of lemonade costs £1.20.

Frankie buys 3 bars of chocolate and 2 bottles of lemonade.

Work out how much change Frankie gets.

Then we need to find the change,

3 Write the answer with the correct units.

## Example 2: ratio

We have been given the difference in the amount of money Ali and Ben receive.

Looking at the ratio, the difference in parts is 3 parts,

Note that Ben receives £24.50, so £10.50 more, and the total money shared was £38.50.

## Example 3: fractions

We have to find one fifth of the cost, and subtract it.

First we find the fraction of the amount.

Then we subtract this from the original price,

The new price of the laptop is £280.

## Example 4: percentage increase

A railcard costs £430. The price is going up by 23\%. Calculate the new price of the railcard.

We need to find 23\% of the amount and add it on.

(2\times 43)+(3\times 4.30)=86+12.90=98.90.

Because the question wants an increase, we add this to the original amount.

The final answer for the new price of the rail card is £528.90.

Alternatively you could use a multiplier,

## Example 5: best buy

Cereal can be bought in two different ways.

A small box contains 200g and costs 89p.

A large box contains 700g and costs £3.45.

Find which box is the best value for money.

First we need to make sure both prices are in the same units. Let’s change the £3.45 into 345p.

Therefore the small box is better value for money.

## Example 6: exchange rates

Sofia went to Portugal. She changed £160 into euros (€).

The exchange rate was £1 = €1.17.

How many euros did Sofia receive?

We need to use the exchange rate and multiply the amount in pounds to get the amount in euros.

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## Practice money problems maths questions

70p written as pounds is £0.70. The total cost is

The change can be found by subtracting the total cost from 10,

The difference in the ratio parts is

The difference is £38, since this is equivalent to two parts it is divided by 2.

Therefore the total amount of money for the bill is

3. A coat costs £60. A sale offers \frac{1}{4} off the price. Calculate the sale price of the coat.

We can find the fraction of the amount and then take it away from the original price.

The sale price of the coat is £45.

5. A large box of washing powder costs £4.85 for 950g.

A small box costs 55p for 100g.

Work out which box gives better value for money.

Large box, as 1.958 grams per pence is better value than 1.818 grams per pence.

Large box, as 0.51 grams per pence is better value than 0.55 grams per pence.

Small box, as 1.818 grams per pence is better value than 1.958 grams per pence.

Small box, as 0.51 grams per pence is better value than 0.55 grams per pence.

The large box gives a greater amount of grams per pence, so is better value.

As we are converting pounds to dollars, we need to multiply by the exchange rate.

## Money problems maths GCSE questions

1. 2 apples and 3 bananas cost £1.40.

Work out the cost of 3 apples and 4 bananas.

Give your answer in pounds and pence.

2. Mike is going shopping for clothes for a new job. He has £150 to spend.

He buys 3 pairs of trousers for £29 each. He sees shirts cost £12 each.

Work out the maximum number of shirts Mike could buy.

So 5 shirts is the most he can buy.

He exchanged £750 into American dollars (\$).

The exchange rate was £1 = \$1.23.

(a) Exchange £750 into American dollars. Give your answer to the nearest 10 dollars.

(b) Jonathan brings \$147 back home.

Exchange \$147 into UK pounds.

Give your answer correct to the nearest pence.

\$922.50 is \$920 to the nearest 10.

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## Financial problem-solving strategies

## The problem-solving process

- Identify the problem . The first step in solving a problem is to identify it. What exactly do you need to overcome?
- Make a plan. What are the steps you need to take in order to overcome the problem?
- Implement the plan . This step actually puts the plan you created in place. While it sounds fairly straightforward, this is usually the most difficult step.
- Evaluate the plan . Although this is listed last, this step might actually occur simultaneously with implementing the plan. Things happen and circumstances change, so you may need to re-evaluate your plan as it is happening.

## Identifying the problem

- Lack of income/job loss
- Unexpected expenses
- Too much debt
- Need for financial independence
- Overspending or lack of budget
- Lack of savings

## Making a plan

## Implementing the plan

## Evaluating your plan

- Was your problem solved? Did a new problem arise?
- What went right?
- What went wrong?
- What circumstances changed?
- Was there anything you didn't account for?
- What was easy about implementing your plan?
- What was difficult about implementing your plan?

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Money problems are the name given to a range of problems which involve money. It may also be known as financial maths. We will explore different types of money problems that can be used in lots of different situations. For the purposes of these examples we will use Pound Sterling. Remember, £1 £1 is made of 100 100 pence (or 100p 100p ).

Unexpected expenses. Too much debt. Need for financial independence. Overspending or lack of budget. Bad credit. Lack of savings. When thinking about these common problems, each one falls into one of three areas: You need more money, you need to reduce your debt, or you need to change how you spend.

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