Year 3 Subtracting Money Game

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Practise taking away different amounts of money in this Subtracting Money Game. What amounts do the different coins represent?

Teacher Specific Information

This Subtracting Money Game checks pupils’ understanding of subtracting money using different methods, including physically removing coins and representing subtractions on a number line. Pupils will calculate the sale price of three items in a toy shop, identify which methods of subtraction could be used to find out how much money a person has left, explore which subtraction has been shown on an incomplete number line, physically remove six coins from a given amount and label the amount of money that is left and fill in the blanks to show how much more money a person needs.

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National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 3: (3M9a) Add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts