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Hello everybody.

It's miss Sidhu here with you today.

To to some wonderful Math, I hope you are ready.

Today, w are going to recognise the value of different coins.

That means recognising and naming different coins that we have seen.

In today's lesson, it is lesson three.

For the topic of money, you will need a paper and pencil and you will need an empty box or jar.

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 of the lesson.

Today we're going to be looking at the key vocabulary, that means our star words.

Identifying the values of different coins, answering questions about coins and their values an independent task and answers, and finally a quiz to see what we have learned.

Let's do our star words first, Star words, star words.

Remember, my turn first then your turn.

Pence, penny, pennies pound, value, worth, coin.

Now we're going to be using lots of those star words in today's lesson.

But first in today's lesson, I've got a brainteaser for all of you to warm up our brains and get you thinking about all the money that we have learnt this week.

Now I want you to have a look at those purses.

The girl wants a purse with a 10 pence, which one should she choose? So I want 10 pence, which purse should I choose? Now, I want you to think about your answer and think about which one you have chosen because there's more than one choice.

Now I want you to pause and freeze macaroni cheese.

How did you get on? Which one did you choose? Can you point to the answer which one you chose to the purse? Can you shout it out how much is in that purse? Now let's see which purse you chose.

Let's see if you chose this one.

Ooh, I think you're right.

This purse has five, 2ps and let's count in twos to check if it makes 10 pence.

So two, four, six, eight, 10, 10ps super, that's one purse that we could have chosen.

Let's see what other purse is put to the purse, another person you might have chosen.

Also lots of you pointing to this one.

Let's see, we've got a 5p and then we've got 2p, a 2P and a 1P.

So 2p add 2p makes 4p then add 1p that makes 5p and we know 5p add 5p makes 10p.

Super that's another purse that you could have chosen.

Or finally who chose this purse.

With this person, it has one, two, three, 4p made out of pennies.

And then it's got three 2ps so we'll be counting in twos, two, four, six.

So 4p add 6p makes 10p because I know four and six are the number bonds of 10, super.

We couldn't choose this one because four pennies plus two pennies.

So 2p so four, five, 6p plus 5p, so 6p plus 5p that makes 11 pence which is more than what I needed.

Wow, I love how everybody is in some super Math today.

Give yourselves a round of applause if you got one of the purses.

Now let's get started with the next part of our lesson.

Okay, so I have four coins here.

What is each coins name? Let's say them to gather.

I've got one pence.

10 pence, two pence.

What's the last one.

We have a five pence, super.

And what we need to do today, we have to match the value with the bead string.

So which bead string represents each coins value? So you're going to help me to match the coins to the bead string.

Okay, let's do the first one together, so we know we're doing it correctly.

What number shall we choose first, so which coin shall we choose first point to the coin which I will choose first? Oh, I'm going to choose the five pence first.

Now five P, I need to match it up to the bead string, which has five beads.

Now let me count.

One, two, three, four, five.

The first one has five on the bead string so I can match up the five to the five on the bead string.

Now, what coin shall we choose next? Can you match them up to the bead string? Which one did you choose? Oh, I had lots of you saying the 10 pence.

Can you match the 10 pence to the bead string with 10 beads? Can you draw a magic line? Let's check if you're correct.

Super, well done.

Now which ones shall we choose next, a one pence or a two pence.

Oh can you say it louder? Oh, I had lots of you saying the two pence.

Let's find the bead string that matches with two beads to the two pence.

Let's see if you've got it correct.

Super, wow.

Now we've only got one pence left.

So that must mean the bead string left will only have one bead.

Wow, you've done some great counting and matching today.

Now let's have a look at these coins.

What is each coin's name? Let's say them together.

One pence, two pence, five pence, 10 pence, 20 pence, 50 pence, and one pound.

Now what is the same and what is different? So want you to have a think about what's the same, what's different? And I want you to shout it out to the screen so I can hear you.

Oh, there's so many people shouting out.

Oh, I couldn't hear it all.

Okay, now maybe you can tell me the three colours that you can see.

Yeah, I can see a copper, silver and gold colour.

What about the shapes? Can you shout it out? Oh, well I heard lots of you say some of the shapes have round edges, some have straight edges, some have circles and other shapes are heptagonal, which means it has seven sides.

Oh the pound has 12 sides, well done.

Has somebody said the dodecagon gone, who remembered the name for 12 sided shapes? Super-duper.

Now there's lots of similarities and differences.

With all the things, but we can still buy different objects and items from the shop with any of these coins.

Now, as well as pence, we also use pounds to buy things from the shop.

Each one has its own symbol when we write it down.

So here we have 45p or 45 pence.

The price tag would look like this.

So if an item at the shop costs 45p that's what the tug would look like.

Now let's have a look at the tag if we had one pound.

The symbol is different for a pound.

So if something costs one pound, then the tag would look like this.

Have you seen these tags before, the P for pence and the pound sign? Super, you might want to have a look at them next time you're at the shops.

Now whew, here, we've got a could everyone shout what point have we got here? Super, here we've got a 50 pence coin.

Previously, we went through all the coins up to 20p and figured out how many pennies made the same value as that coin? Today we're looking at great value coins, such as this one here.

Now, as you said, this is 50p, it has a greater value than the coins that we had before.

Now, how many pennies have the same value as the 50 pence coin? I'll give you a clue.

Remember, 20 pence had 20 pennies for the same value.

Now how many pennies are the same value as a 50 pence coin? Can you shout out? Let's have a look if you're correct.

Super, here is a 50p and here are 51 pence coins that equal to the same amount as the 50p, well don't everybody.

Now, what about if we have a pound? How many pennies would it take to make the same value as a one pound coin? Can you shout it out? It's a really big number can you shout it out for me? Super, here are 100 pennies.

It takes 100 pennies to make the same value as a one pound coin, that's so many pennies.

Have a think for a moment.

If you went to the shop and you wanted to buy some sweets, would you rather pay with a one pound coin or 100 pennies? Which one would you rather have? I agree, the one pound coin, it would be much better than the 100 pennies as it will be easier to carry and quicker to pay with.

Oh, I know a song for remembering that there's 100 pennies in a pound.

Maybe you want to sing with me.

I'll just think it two times so that you can sing the second time with me.

You can cut with me as well if you want to.

♪ 10 little 20 little to 30 little pennies ♪ ♪ 40 little 50 little 60 little pennies ♪ ♪ 70 little 80 little 90 little pennies ♪ ♪ 100 pennies make a pound yeah ♪ ♪ 100 pennies make a pound yeah ♪ Super, that's our pound song to remember that 100 pennies make a? Pound, super.

Let's see if you can join in as well.

So we can remember that 100 pennies make a pound.

♪ 10 little 20 little to 30 little pennies ♪ ♪ 40 little 50 little 60 little pennies ♪ ♪ 70 little 80 little 920 little pennies ♪ ♪ 100 pennies make a pound yeah ♪ ♪ 100 pennies make a pound yeah ♪ Wow, you did some super singing just then.

I love that.

Now, let's see what we have next.

Whew, so this time we've got our pound and our 100 pennies! But how many 10 pence coins are equal to one pound? So how many 10 pence coins will it take to make same value as a one pound? I'll be kind and I'll give you a clue.

You can count in tens so you get to 100.

Let's see if you can count in tens to 100 did you see how many 10 pence it is, make same value as a pound? I'm ready to hear.

Wow, that's super counting.

Let's count together.

Just to check.

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 80, 900, 100.

That must mean 10, 10p coins make the same value as one pound.

You can see the 10p coins.

just count our 10p, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 9,100, wow! So 10, 10ps make a pound.

Let's say it together.

10, 10 ps make a pound, super.

I've got another song.

If you want to sing the song with me.

This time, it's about the 10, 10ps that make a pound.

This time we can click show me you're clicking fingers.

Let's go.

♪ One silver two silver three silver 10ps ♪ ♪ Four silver five silver six silver 10 ps ♪ ♪ Seven silver eight silver nine silver 10ps ♪ ♪ 10 10ps make a pound yeah ♪ ♪ 10 10 ps make a pound yeah ♪ Well done.

Shall we sing it together now? Let's see if you can do a clicking.

It doesn't matter if you can't sing, I know you've probably got a better singing voice than me, but let's hear your beautiful singing voices.

♪ One silver two silver three silver 10ps ♪ ♪ four silver five silver six silver 10ps ♪ ♪ Seven silver eight silver nine silver 10ps ♪ ♪ 10 10ps make a pound yeah ♪ ♪ 10 10ps make a pound yeah ♪ Wow, I love do you amazing singing.

Here we have a number line and as you can see, we've got the different coins at the top.

Each of the areas are pointed to a number.

I want you to match the numbers to the coins.

For example, one pence would go to the same as the number one on the number line.

It's the coin with the least value.

The one pound has the greatest value here.

Therefore it would go to the number 100 like remember the 100 pennies, make a pound.

So I want you to match the coins to the number.

So I want you to pause the video, match the coins to the number and tell the person next you, off you go.

Super, how did you get on? Let's see.

So 1p matches to the number? One.

2P matches to the number? Two, super.

5p matches to the number? Five.

10p matches to the number? 10.

20p matches to the number? Oh can you say it again? 20, super.

50p matches to the number? 50.

And then one pound matches to the number? 100, wow you've been so good with your money today.

Good job.

Now he, we have a boy asking question.

We've got two coins here.

Let's see what two we've got.

We've got a one pound and we have a 20p.

Which coin has a greater value, a 20 pence going or a one pound coin and why? Can you shut you down to the screen? Which one has a greater value and why? Yes, I heard lots of you say a one pound coin because a one pound coin is the same as 100 pennies while 20ps only the same as 20 pennies.

So one pound has a greater value, which means I'd rather have a one pound than a 20 pence coin because that means I can buy more with a one pound coin.

That helps us with our independent tasks today.

I want you to get an empty jar or box, write down or draw coins on a piece of paper and place it in the jar.

I want you to pick two coins out and decide which one you'd rather have and why? You might want to print some of these pictures of some of the coins or a jar.

You can get a jar like this, and I've just put coins that I've got at home.

Or if you haven't got any coins at home, you can just draw the coins like I've done here and you can cut them out and then you can put them in the jar.

I hope you have lots of fun choosing the two coins and deciding which one would you rather have and why? Now, that's the end of the lesson.

Wow, I hope you had super fun counting the different money in your jar.

And I hope you had lots and lots of fun.

Well done for all of the learning today and for recognising all of the different coins that we've been looking at.

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