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Year 1

Compare sets of 2 p, 5 p, and 10 p coins

I can order and compare 1 p, 2 p, 5 p and 10 p coins, recognising that the value of a coin is unrelated to its size or quantity.

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Year 1

Compare sets of 2 p, 5 p, and 10 p coins

I can order and compare 1 p, 2 p, 5 p and 10 p coins, recognising that the value of a coin is unrelated to its size or quantity.

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Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. The size of a coin is not related to its value.
  2. The name of a 1 p, 2 p, 5 p and 10 p coin is related to the number of 1 p coins it is worth
  3. Both a 5 p coin and a 10 p coin are smaller than a 2 p coin but are worth more.

Common misconception

Children may understand the value of each set of coins but incorrectly use a symbol ( < > = ) in comparing them.

Encourage reading from left to right e.g. ___ is less than / greater than ___. Ensure children have opportunities to place the coins within the symbols to understand the correct orientation of them.

Keywords

  • Coins - A coin is a unit of money used in the UK. One coin represents a value equivalent to a given number of one-pence coins.

  • Value - Where referring to money, value refers to how much something is worth.

  • Worth - Worth refers to the value that something has. In the context of money, it refers to how much money you would pay for something.

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This content is © Oak National Academy Limited (2024), licensed on Open Government Licence version 3.0 except where otherwise stated. See Oak's terms & conditions (Collection 2).

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6 Questions

Q1.
Alex has six 10p coins in his pocket. How much money does he have?
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30 p
12 p
Correct answer: 60 p
Q2.
Aisha has 14p in her pocket. All of her coins are of the same value. What is each of the coins in her pocket worth?
Correct answer: 2 p
10 p
5 p
Q3.
This is 30 p. How many 5 p coins would show more than 30 p?
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Correct answer: seven 5 p coins
five 5 p coins
six 5 p coins
Q4.
Aisha has 3 coins. They are worth less than 15 p. What could her coins be?
Three 5 p coins
Correct answer: Three 2 p coins
Three 10 p coins
Q5.
A lolly cost 10 p. Aisha pays for it using two coins. Which coins did she use?
two 2 p coins
two 10 p coins
Correct answer: two 5 p coins
Q6.
Alex has these coins. He swaps them for one coin of equal value. What was the coin?
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Correct Answer: 10 p

6 Questions

Q1.
Which of the following sets of coins are correctly ordered by value from smallest to greatest?
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Correct Answer: An image in a quiz
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Q2.
Aisha puts three bags of coins in order of value from greatest to smallest. Which of the following could be inside the middle bag?
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Correct answer: Five 5 p coins
Five 1 p coins
One 5 p coin
Q3.
Which sets of coins would be worth less than this set?
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Three 10 p coins
Two 10 p coins and one 5 p
Correct answer: Two 10 p coins and one 1 p
Q4.
Alex has these coins. He swapped the 2 p for a different coin, so the total value of the set was smaller. What coin did he swap the 2 p for? p
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Correct Answer: 1, 1 p, 1 pence
Q5.
All the coins in Alex’s piggy bank have a value of 10 p or less. Alex swaps the 5 p coin in this set for a different coin. The set now has a greater value. What coin did he swap the 5 p with?
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2 p
5 p
Correct answer: 10 p
Q6.
Order these from the smallest to greatest value.
1 - A 5 p coin and a 2 p coin
2 - Two 5 p coins
3 - A 10 p coin and a 5 p coin

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