# Know Your Money: The Money Symbols (2)

In this worksheet, children must recognise and use the correct money symbols for pounds and pence.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Recognise Money Symbols

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

We use two different symbols to describe amounts of money.

We use p for pence and £ for pounds.

p goes after the number of pence.

£ goes before the number of pounds.

We never use £ and p together.

Examples

50 pence is written as 50p.

27 pence is written as 27p.

50 pounds is written as £50.

27 pounds is written as £27.

50 pounds and 27 pence is written as £50.27.

2 pounds and 5 pence is written as £2.05.

2 pounds and 50 pence is written as £2.50.

Choose the correct way of writing:

97 pence

p97

97£

£97

97p

Choose the correct way of writing:

97 pounds

p97

97£

£97

97p

Choose the correct way of writing:

97 pounds and 50 pence

p97.50

97p.50

97£.50p

£97.50

Choose the correct way of writing:

27 pence using the £ symbol

£0.27

p27

£27p

27£

Choose the correct way of writing:

13 pounds and 50 pence

p13.50£

13£ 50p

£13.50p

£13.50

Choose the correct way of writing:

105 pounds and 55 pence

£105.55p

105.55p

p105.55£

£105.55

Choose the correct way of writing:

101 pounds and 20 pence

101.20p

p101.20£

£101.20

£101.20p

Choose the correct way of writing:

200 pounds and 2 pence

£200.02

£200.02p

£200.20

£200.2

Choose the correct way of writing:

150 pounds and 5 pence

£150.05p

£150.5p

£150.05

£150.5

Choose the correct way of writing:

177 pounds and 7 pence

£177.07

£177.7p

£177.07p

£177.7

• Question 1

Choose the correct way of writing:

97 pence

97p
EDDIE SAYS
p goes after the number.
• Question 2

Choose the correct way of writing:

97 pounds

£97
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number.
• Question 3

Choose the correct way of writing:

97 pounds and 50 pence

£97.50
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
.50 is written for 50 pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
• Question 4

Choose the correct way of writing:

27 pence using the £ symbol

£0.27
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before 0. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
.27 is written for 27 pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
• Question 5

Choose the correct way of writing:

13 pounds and 50 pence

£13.50
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
• Question 6

Choose the correct way of writing:

105 pounds and 55 pence

£105.55
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
• Question 7

Choose the correct way of writing:

101 pounds and 20 pence

£101.20
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
• Question 8

Choose the correct way of writing:

200 pounds and 2 pence

£200.02
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
.02 is written for 2 pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
• Question 9

Choose the correct way of writing:

150 pounds and 5 pence

£150.05
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
.05 is written for 5 pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
• Question 10

Choose the correct way of writing:

177 pounds and 7 pence

£177.07
EDDIE SAYS
£ goes before the number. Use a decimal point to separate the pounds and pence.
.07 is written for 7 pence.
No symbol is needed for pence.
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