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Year 1

Recognise and explain the value of 1p in pence

I can find the value of a group of pennies and know how many pennies are needed to buy certain items.

New
New
Year 1

Recognise and explain the value of 1p in pence

I can find the value of a group of pennies and know how many pennies are needed to buy certain items.

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Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. A one-penny coin has a value which is independent of its size, shape, colour or mass.
  2. A one-penny coin has a value of one pence or 1 p.
  3. We can find the value of a group of 1 p coins by counting in ones.
  4. We can use 1 p coins to make different amounts.

Common misconception

Children may not automatically link what they know about additive relationships to money contexts.

Explicitly link known facts and stem sentences to money contexts where appropriate.

Keywords

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

  • One-penny / one-pence coin - The one-pence / penny coin is the smallest unit of money used in the UK.

  • Afford - Afford means that you have enough money to pay for something.

Licence

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6 Questions

Q1.
Complete the stem sentence. The spots are in groups of ___, so I can count them in fives.
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Correct Answer: 5
Q2.
Which of the following would you skip count in tens?
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Q3.
Sam is counting in twos. Which of the following numbers will she say?
15
Correct answer: 16
17
Q4.
Jacob is skip counting. He says the number 45 What number is he skip counting in?
Counting in twos
Correct answer: Counting in fives
Counting in tens
Q5.
Sam is counting the cakes in fives and Jacob is counting them in tens. Who will count the cakes more quickly?
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Sam
Correct answer: Jacob
Q6.
25 people arrive at Jacob’s party. He wonders if he has enough drinks. Skip count the groups to see which set of drinks would be enough for all his guests.
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Correct Answer: An image in a quiz
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6 Questions

Q1.
Complete the stem sentences. The spots are in groups of one, so I can count them in __________.
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Correct Answer: ones, 1s
Q2.
How many one-spot tokens would I need to represent these 1 p coins?
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3
2
Correct answer: 5
Q3.
Complete the stem sentence. The total value of the coins is ___.
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Correct Answer: 5 p, 5 pennies, five, five pennies
Q4.
Jun used these 1 p coins to buy one item at the cake sale. Which item did he buy?
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Correct answer: A cake which costs 7 p.
A lolly which cost 5 p.
A cold drink which costs 8 p.
Q5.
A chocolate costs 4 p and a lolly costs 5 p. Jacob has this set of one-pennies. Can he afford to buy both items?
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Yes
Correct answer: No
Q6.
Jun has some pennies in his pocket. He says he has more money than Jacob and less money than Sam. How much money does he have?
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6 p
Correct answer: 8 p
10 p