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Hello, everybody, it's Ms. Sidhu here with you today.

We've got some fun maths with you, we're going to do a lots of work with money again today, and I know you've been super good with remembering all of our different coins, that we've been learning all in our brains.

And we're going to use that information today.

Today, we are going to be learning to compare different amounts of money.

So we are going to use the information of naming and all the values of all the notes and coins that we've already learned today.

I hope you a ready.

Now, we are in lesson five of the topic of money.

Money, money, money, you will need a paper and a pencil, and there are times when you will have to pause the video, to have a go at some of the activities yourself.

Now let's get started.

Here is the outline for the lesson, we have ours key vocabularies.

Everyone knows that's our star words.

We're going to be adding coins together to find a value, comparing a value with another set of coins, answering questions about comparing amounts of money, and independent task with the answers after, and finally a quiz to see what we have learned.

Now let's do our star words, star words, star words, my turn, then your turn, value, worth, most, greatest value, tell me greatest value, greatest value, least value, usually least value is a smaller number.

Oh, today we're going to begin our lesson with a fun brainteaser, lets tickle our brains, let us getting ready, tickle, tickle, tickle.

Let's get our minds thinking.

Now, we are going to solve these brain quiz, using addition and subtraction.

So let's have a look at a brainteaser for today.

How much money do Charlie and Halima have? Hmm, now let's read it the part of Jenny, this is my purse, Charlie, I have three pence less than Jenny, Halima, I have five pence more than Jenny.

I want you to use your addition and subtraction facts, to help solve these brainteaser.

I want you now to pause the video, have a think and then tell the person next to you, the answers of how much money do Charlie and Halima have.

How did you get on? Were you able to find out? Let's do it together to see if we've got the correct answers.

Now let's find out how much Jenny has in her purse, so she's got a two pence and a five pence.

I know the five pence and a two pence, that's five, six, seven, Jenny has seven p.

Now let's look at Charlie, I have three pence, less than Jenny.

So we have to do the addition or subtraction.

Mm, ooh, I can see the word less, and less I know that that means we need to do subtraction.

So seven p subtract three p, let's do it on our fingers.

So here we were seven p subtract three p, one, two, three, how many have I got left? One, two, three, four, let's count together.

One, two, three, four, four p, did you get the same? Super counting.

Now, Halima, I have five p more than Jenny, there's a word there which tells us if we have to do addition or subtraction.

Can you shout out the word that helps us? Super, the word more, means we need to add, we need to do addition.

So she has five p more than Jenny, so Jenny has seven p, and we need to add five p.

So let's put seven p in our heads.

It's a five fingers and count on five, so seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12p.

Let's check seven p plus five p, is equal to 12p.

Well, all of you been doing a fantastic job.

Now, let's give ourselves a round of applause.

Hmm, let's see what we've got next.

Ooh, we've got lots of coins and notes that we've been learning this week.

Let's recap the names of the coins and notes.

I want you to point to the coin or the note then we say it together.

The first one is a one pence, can you point to the one pence? Let's point to the one pence.

I remember a song about the one pence.

♪ One p one p easily spent ♪ ♪ Cooper brown and worth one pence ♪ Now, can you point to the two pence? Super, the two pence is copper as well, and it's round.

I wonder if there's a song for the two pence? Hmm, ♪ Two pence two pence brown and round ♪ ♪ In your change it's often round ♪ But, now let's see which ones should we choose next, the five p, can you point to the five p for me please? Super, it's small, it's round and it's silver.

♪ Five p five p silver and small ♪ ♪ The same as five ps in all ♪ Now, so we've got five-one ps, make a five pence coin.

Now, which one shall we look at next? Can you point to the 10p for me please? Super, the 10p is silver as well, and it's little bit bigger than the five p.

♪ 10p 10p silver and thin ♪ ♪ I remember you are worth 10 ♪ Super, now let's look for the 20p.

Mm, where is the 20p, can everybody point to the 20p? Wow, you're getting super fast in pointing to the coins.

Remember our 20p? Oh, how many sides is the 20p have? Super, it has seven sides.

And that name, it's special name for seven side of shape is called a heptagonal, well done.

♪ 20p 20p with seven sides ♪ ♪ 20p to buy some fries ♪ Hmm, now which one shall we do now? A 50p, can you point to the 50p? I know the 50p is similar to the 20p, because it's got seven sides, and it's silver as well.

Super, the 50p, oh now everybody's pointing, can you put to the 50p? Super.

♪ 50p 50p big bold ♪ ♪ You're worth 50 pounds I am told ♪ Now, which coin shall we do next? Oh, the one pound, the one pound, can everybody point to the one pound coin? What are the two colours for a one pound? It has a gold and a silver, well done.

This one's a little bit of a funny song.

♪ One pound one pound gold and fat ♪ ♪ You're worth 100 pence I know that ♪ Super, now let's look at the two pound.

Can you point to the two pound? Wow, that's silver and gold too.

Now, we've got some notes.

Can you point to the five pound note? Super, it's right at the top.

Here we've got a five pound note.

Can you point to the 10 pound note? Super, I love that you did that showed me the 10 pound note.

And now we've got one note left.

Can you point to the 20 pound note? Well done.

Now, I think we're ready for the next question.

Here we've got a purse, oh, a lovely pink purse.

Hmm, what type of coin is in the purse? And how much money is in the purse in total? Now, let's point to each coin, let's look at the coin.

It's a two pence, well done.

Let's count in twos to find the total two, four, six, eight, 10, 12, super 12 pence.

Another way of counting is using the bead string.

Or if you haven't got a bead string at home, you could draw your own bead string, and you can draw the circles.

Let's count along the bead string because each coin, two pence coin, are two beads on the beach string.

Two, four, six, eight, 10, 12, that is 12 pence all together.

Now, here we've got a blue purse, which type of coin is in the blue purse? Can you shout it out? Super, the 10 pence, that means we need to count in tens, to find out how much money is in the purse in total.

Are you ready, let's, are you ready to count in tens? Let's go, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50.

There is 50 pence all together.

Well, you were getting super good with your counting.

Hmm, let's see what we've got in the next purse.

Ooh, we've got a lovely jubbly red purse here.

What type of coin is in the purse? Can you shout it out? Super, it's eight-five pence coin.

Now, how much money's in the purse in total? We have to count up in fives, are you ready? Steady go, five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 pence.

Did you get the same as me? Let's check again, five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45.

There is 45 pence all together in the lovely jubbly red purse.

Now, let's see what we have next.

Hmm, I need to find the total amount of money in each purse.

We need to count in, let's have a look what coin is it, in twos, because it is two pence coin.

Now, we need to find out which purse contains more money, and how do you know? So the first thing we'll do, is count the coins in the first purse, in the green purse, and then we'll count the coins in the pink purse, and then we will compare.

Now, when we count in the green purse, cause there's so many two p coins, and I don't want to get confused, if in case I count them again, I'm going to cross it out when I count.

Let's count the green purse let's point the two pence coins, are you ready? Let see if you can do the magic crossing out as well with me.

Two, four, six, eight, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24.

There is 24 pence all together in the green purse.

Super counting, I like that you're crossing out with me as well.

Now, let's count the total in the pink purse.

Remember we're going to cross them out as we go along.

Now, let's count with me, two, four, six, eight, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, and finally 28.

There is 28 pence in the pink purse.

Wow hmm, now we need to compare, what do we need to do? Super compare, so which purse contains more money and how do you know? Hmm, there is 24 pence in the green purse, and there is 28 pence in the pink purse.

I think that pink purse has the most money.

It has more money than the green purse, because 28 has a greater value than the number 24.

Wow, I think you were super good with your counting, I loved how we counted.

The purses first, each purse first, then we compared the two purses.

Now that you have all this information, I think that you are ready for your independent task.

For your independent task today, you've got different sets of money, you need to read carefully what it asks you to do.

So the first one says, circle the set that has more money.

To the first one, you need to circle the set that has more money, so remember to count each set, and write the number, and then circle, which one has more money.

The next one, circle the set that has less money.

Remember to count the coins, write the number and then compare.

So count the coins, write the number, then compare.

So that one says less money.

Now, let's have a look at the next task.

Oh, this time we have to compare three different sets.

Wow, that's very challenging, I think you can do it because you're such great mathematicians.

Now it says, circle the set that has the most money.

And then the next one says, circle the set that has the least money.

So remember to count the coins, write the number and then compare.

How did you get on after counting? You need to write the number, and then circle the set that has more money.

So here we've circled the 10ps because 40p is greater than 10p.

And then the one with the less money, the set that has the less money is the two ps, which, which make six p.

The next one, when we're comparing three sets, the set that has the most money is the 50p.

And then underneath the set that has the least money, is the 8p.

Wow, I love how you worked out really carefully and counting out all of the coins.

Now, I hope you had lots and lots of fun today, with all of our money, money, money.

Wow, well done for the learning today, and for helping to count all of the purses.

Now, I want you to complete your end of lesson quiz and see what you have remembered, bye.