Making Sense of Money

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The Children's Mutual
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A puzzle book, packed with games and activities on monetary themes, aimed at children aged 4-8.



This booklet provides a range of colourful games for children, from which they will improve their skills in coin recognition, adding up money, exchanging coins for goods and budgeting, keeping money safe and choosing how to spend money.

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Quality Mark assessors comments: 

Any key stage 1 teacher looking for a resource to help them teach coin recognition, adding up sums of money, combinations of coins and giving change would do well to look at Making Sense Of Money. It provides a number of colourful games for pupils to play, each one giving them the opportunity to increase their confidence in handling and understanding money.This is a simple and easy to use resource whilst also addressing different ages and abilities.


Colourful range of games

Colourful range of games which have different instructions on how to play for four year olds, six year olds and eight year olds - and simple way to devise a spinner.

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