EYFS Money maths worksheets by Subject
Cut out these coins then stick them in order, from smallest to largest. Circle in blue the toy that costs the most. Which coins would you use to pay for it? Circle in red the toy that costs the least. Which coins would you use to pay for it?
It’s time to play shops! You could use plastic play coins if you have some, or print out paper ones. Cut out these blank labels and write prices on them. Put them onto some of your toys. Which coins will you need to use to buy them?
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