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Toy Shop Money Game
Money games where children work out which coins will buy toy shop items and where they can calculate change. Different levels of difficulty. AUD and USD options also available.Tablet-friendly
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. Excellent in full-screen mode on an interactive whiteboard.Tablet-friendly
Compare and order different prices as well as numbers, including decimal numbers, and metric quantities involving length, mass, capacity.Tablet-friendly
How Much Left?
Lots and lots of money problems here where you need to work out change from amounts from 10p up to £1.00.Flash
A money game where you are given a total price on some shopping and you have to give change. Choose whether the till works out the change or calculate the change yourself. They then select notes and coins.Tablet-friendly
How Much is that Doggy?
David needs £1.00 to buy a puppy. Investigate which coins he could give the shopkeeper. How many different ways can you find? For 7 - 9 year olds.Flash
Going Shopping Problem Solving
Shopping activities which will get your brain working! You have to decide which items to buy for your money.Flash
Till We Meet Again
Practise giving change in the shop for items costing from 20p to £10. Either calculate the change yourself on the 'Shopkeeper Method' option or use 'Price and Change' which shows how much change to give.Flash
Add up the coins and share the money equally between the two piggy banks.Flash