Compare and Order UK Money | Printable Worksheets
Few things matter in life as greatly as money does. Being equipped with a sharp of sense of money is crucial for children from year 2 to year 6 to live up to the mounting challenges of the current world. Whether they are at a supermarket buying everyday things or at a restaurant ordering their favorite meals, money is at play and will continue to do so. Our comparing and ordering UK money worksheets are a companion kids would instantly relish the company of, as they seek to make them money-wise in a number of different ways. Our free worksheets are a compulsive try!
This fun activity helps children in year 2 comprehend the value of UK coins and notes. They first cut the coins, and arrange them from the lowest to the highest, before gluing them in the correct piggy banks.
This set of printable worksheets upgrades kids' money-dealing skills. They calculate the money in each pouch, write the value, and compare the amounts in the pouches, using one of three comparison operators.
Kids are wont to have a blast counting and comparing each other's money. In these printable exercises, they are asked to count the coins and notes in each pouch, compare the amounts, and write who has more or less.
Let children count the notes and coins in the piggy banks, and see if they can buy the items whose details are mentioned in the page. They then separately mark the items they can afford to buy.
Year 4 kids prove they have wise heads over their young shoulders in this set of pdf worksheets, where money is written in pence and pounds. The task is to compare the values in the questions, using the comparison symbols.
Who doesn't like to own an expensive item? These alligators, frogs, and beaks are no different. By cutting and gluing the correct comparison operators, kids compare the prices of the items in each question.
Packed within these double-layered pdf exercises is a set of questions that task year 3 and year 4 kids with identifying and circling the highest amount in part A, and recognizing and circling the lowest amount in part B.
This bunch of printable worksheets is sure to remarkably upskill children in their money-wisdom. While in part A, they find out the cheapest item, in part B, they spot the item that costs them the most.
In the easy part, year 5 and year 6 kids perform subtraction or addition to compare the difference or sum with the amount, and in the moderate one, they carry this out on both sides of the comparison symbol.
Who likes splurging out on things, if they can buy them at lower costs? We prepare kids to practice comparing the prices of an item in two different stores, enabling them to make an informed choice.
In these printable worksheets, kids count the coins in each piggy bank, order the amounts from the lowest to the highest, and unravel the mystery animal by correctly putting together the letters associated with each amount.
This pdf has a set of six amounts written in pounds in each question; in Part A, kids arrange them in increasing order, and in Part B, they put them in decreasing order after duly comparing them.
In these printable pdf worksheets, there is a set of five items in each question; kids compare the prices of these, in order to arrange them in ascending order in the first part and in descending order in the second.
Here's an activity for the blossoming money dealers in year 5 to hone their skills with. They calculate the amount in each piggy bank and answer questions based on the instant comparisons they have made.