Money maths worksheets
Free worksheets: Money maths, KS2
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When your child is adding up money their column addition skills are vital. Get some practice in with this simple puzzle.
Have your child work out how much money these four people spent on their shopping.
Help your child understand decimal placement by rewriting these pence amounts as pounds.
Let's play shops! This fun game will help your child recognise the value of different denominations of coins, as well as supporting their understanding of simple addition and subtraction problems.
Let's play shops! Find some toys, give them price tags and then take it in turns to be the shopper and the shopkeeper.
Help your child practise comparing quantities and reinforce the language of more and less or fewer with this penny-counting worksheet.
How well do you know your coins? See if you can complete this tricky puzzle.
When ordering decimals it can really help to imagine them as pounds and pence. Look at these sets of decimals. Can you order them from smallest to largest?
Play around the board game. When you land on a colour you must pick up that colour card and complete the calculation to work out your balance. If you calculate incorrectly, another player should tell you and you will be given an extra -£1 penalty. However, if they miscalculate they get the -£1 penalty. The aim of the game is to make it around the board with the most money at the end.
What change would you get if you bought each of these items with a £5 note?
Look at the following items on sale at a football match. The coins next to each item shows how much it costs. Can you write down the price of the item under each one?
Are you ready to uncover dastardly deeds and confront super-evil villains, armed just with your mathematical skills and lots of courage? Join Oscar Octo and Penelope Penta, agents for the Geometric World Spy Agency, to track down a mysterious nemesis. There'll be a few (ok, a load!) of number puzzles to solve along the way, all designed to challenge KS2 mathematicians to the limit. Will you accept your mission?
Mark, Katy and Harriet are looking for bargains in the New Year sales. Can you help them make their purchases, using a calculator to help you?
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?
Her are some facts. Use them to help you work out these money problems. You'll need to use your fractions skills too.
Matthew wants to buy 6 cans of lemonade. He sees two special offers in a shop. Can you work out which is the best deal and explain why?
Can you work out these sums? Try out several combinations until you get the right one and remember to jot things down as you go, so you don’t forget where you are up to.
Can you draw half the amount in the empty purses? The first one is done for you. Why not use real coins to draw around?
Here are some tricky number problems. Can you solve them? Use the number line snake to help if you want!
Harry has 20p to spend on a snack. How much change will he get if he buys these items? Practise your subtraction (taking away) skills.
You have just bought some trainers and you need to write a cheque to the sports shop. The trainers cost £45.99. Fill in this cheque, writing the amount above in words. Don’t forget to sign and date your cheque!