Year 1 Money maths worksheets
How well do you know your coins? See if you can complete this tricky puzzle.
Let's go shopping! Can you work out how much it will cost to buy these items?
Are you good with money? See if you can solve these word problems and work out how much change you would get?
Select six toys from your house. Cut out these price tags and place one on each of the different toys. Can you do some money maths? Invite your mum or dad to your shop and ask them to buy something from you, too!
Can you double and halve the amounts in the purses? Show the answers as coins in the empty purses (trace around real coins to draw them!).
How good are you at counting money? Can you combine these coins and fill the purse?
Can you say whether each of these amounts is more or less than 20p? Can you find four different ways to make 10p using different coins.
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Feeling confident about all aspects of money is a fundamental life skill, and it’s all about applying mathematical knowledge to pounds and pence. From simple addition and subtraction to division, multiplication and decimal calculations, help your child practise their money maths with games, activities and worksheets, as well as teachers’ tips to support financial learning at home. But beware – you might have play shops (a lot!), as well as rewarding calculator challenges with pocket money bonuses!
Draw lines to match the coins on this worksheet with the toys you could buy with them.
Cut out these paper coins, then practise ordering them from largest to smallest, and vice versa.