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Counting Cash: The Value of Different Coins (2)

In this worksheet, students work out the total of the different coins.

'Counting Cash: The Value of Different Coins (2)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Combinations of Coins

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you must add up the value of the coins and write the amount in both pounds and in pence.

 

Example

Two pound coinOne pound coin 

50 pence 20 pence 10 pence 5 pence2 pence1 pence 

 

£2 + £1 = £3

50p + 20p + 10p + 5p + 2p + 1p = 87p

Total is £3 and 87p or 387p

 

Find the total of these coins.

Tick the correct answer in both pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coin50 pence50 pence50 pence

£4 and 50p

4.50

450

450p

Find the total of these coins.

Tick the correct answer in both pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 50 pence50 pence

£4

04p

4p

400p

400

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 50 pence50 pence 20 pence  

£420

£4 and 20p

420p

4.20

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coin50 pence50 pence 20 pence 10 pence  

£430p

£4 and 30p

4.30

430p

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coin50 pence 50 pence 20 pence 20 pence

540p

£5 and 40p

5.40

480p

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coin 20 pence20 pence20 pence   1 pence 1 pence1 pence1 pence

265

264p

£2.65

£2 and 64p

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

 10 pence 5 pence5 pence 1 pence1 pence1 pence

222

£2 and 23p

223p

£3.22

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 50 pence  5 pence5 pence  2 pence

£3.67p

£3 and 62p

637p

362p

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 5 pence 5 pence 5 pence  2 pence 2 pence

319p

£3.20

£3 and 19p

329

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coin 50 pence  10 pence 5 pence5 pence5 pence2 pence1 pence 1 pence

£1.78

179p

174

£1 and 79p

  • Question 1

Find the total of these coins.

Tick the correct answer in both pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coin50 pence50 pence50 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
£4 and 50p
450p
EDDIE SAYS
You got it! We can record it as £4 and 50p or 450p.
  • Question 2

Find the total of these coins.

Tick the correct answer in both pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 50 pence50 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
£4
400p
EDDIE SAYS
That's right, we can write it as £4 or 400p.
  • Question 3

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 50 pence50 pence 20 pence  

CORRECT ANSWER
£4 and 20p
420p
EDDIE SAYS
We can record this amount as £4 and 20p or 420p.
  • Question 4

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coin50 pence50 pence 20 pence 10 pence  

CORRECT ANSWER
£4 and 30p
430p
EDDIE SAYS
We write it down as £4 and 30p or 430p.
  • Question 5

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coinOne pound coin50 pence 50 pence 20 pence 20 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
540p
£5 and 40p
EDDIE SAYS
This time, we can record it as £5 and 40p or 540p.
  • Question 6

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coin 20 pence20 pence20 pence   1 pence 1 pence1 pence1 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
264p
£2 and 64p
EDDIE SAYS
For one this question, we can record it as £2 and 64p or 264p.
  • Question 7

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

 10 pence 5 pence5 pence 1 pence1 pence1 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
£2 and 23p
223p
EDDIE SAYS
Here we have £2 and 23p or 223p.
  • Question 8

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 50 pence  5 pence5 pence  2 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
£3 and 62p
362p
EDDIE SAYS
For this question, we record the answer as £3 and 62p or 362p.
  • Question 9

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

Two pound coinOne pound coin 5 pence 5 pence 5 pence  2 pence 2 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
319p
£3 and 19p
EDDIE SAYS
Now we write this one down as £3 and 19p or 319p.
  • Question 10

Find the total of these coins.

Select the answers that are correct in pounds and pence. Select TWO boxes.

 

One pound coin 50 pence  10 pence 5 pence5 pence5 pence2 pence1 pence 1 pence

CORRECT ANSWER
179p
£1 and 79p
EDDIE SAYS
Here we have £1 and 79p or 179p.
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