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Money games where children work out which coins will buy toy shop items and where they can calculate change. Tablet-friendly and with different levels of difficulty. USD, EURO and AUD options also available.Money Two-Step Problems
Two-step word problems involving money. Calculate how much change is given when 2 or more items are purchased. Designed for use as a teaching aid on an interactive whiteboard.Coins Game
Coins game is a money game which introduces children to coinage in British, Australian, American and Euro currencies. There are three modes: Sorting, Ordering and Counting money.Values Money and Me
Values Money and Me is a free online teaching resource specifically designed to give young children a head start in life by helping develop their financial knowledge and abilities, as well as their attitudes and values towards money.The Change Game
There are different levels of difficulty in this multiple choice game where you need to work out change from varying amounts. The game includes UK money and Euro options.Cashing In
Choose coins to make specific sums of money. Amounts range from working within 10p to working within £2. The site works well on an interactive whiteboard.The Coin Cruncher
There are two parts to this money game which features UK money and Euros. In the first game you need to select coins to make an amount and in the second game you need to count a set of coins. There are different levels of difficulty.Coin Calculator
A teaching demonstration tool which works very well on an interactive whiteboard. Coins are dragged onto the drop area and the total amount of money is displayed. Currencies include GDP, Euros and USD.Spot the Coins
This game is a coin recognition site. The currency involved is UK money. You need to find the coins which are hidden in the scenes. In the higher level you need to order the coins that you find from lowest to highest values.MoneySense
MoneySense is an financial education programme from NatWest designed to help young people towards a better financial future. There are games to play and downloadable worksheets. UK and Euro currency options.