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Counting Cash: How Many Pence?

In this worksheet, students recognise the given coins and work out the total value in pence.

'Counting Cash: How Many Pence?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:  Add/Subtract Money

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Here are £5 in pound coins.

 

 

This is 5 × 100 p = 500 p.

 

 

Here are 50 pence in silver coins.

 

 

There are two 20 p coins and one 10 p coin.

This is 2 × 20 p  + 1 × 10 p = 40 p + 10 p = 50 p.

 

 

Here are 4 pence in penny coins.

 

 

This is 4 x 1 p = 4 p.

 

 

Altogether, we have 500 p + 50 p + 4 p = 554 p.

 

This is also £5.54.

 

We say that:

£5.54 is the same as 554 p.

How many pence are there in £3.39?

 

1 pound..1 pound..1 pound..

339

389

How many pence are there in £2.85?

 

285

258

How many pence are there in £9.68?

 

968

908

How many pence are there in £2.59?

 

259

592

How many pence are there in £7.52?

 

722

752

How many pence are there in £1.94?

 

194

154

How many pence are there in £6.33?

 

633

636

How many pence are there in £6.64?

 

646

664

How many pence are there in £7.34?

 

734

743

How many pence are there in £5.76?

 

576

570

How many pence are there here?

 

922

972

How many pence are there here?

 

221

212

How many pence are there in £5.48?

(just write the number)

 

How many pence are there in £3.89?

(just write the number)

 

How many pence are there in £9.28?

(just write the number)

 

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)
 

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

  • Question 1

How many pence are there in £3.39?

 

1 pound..1 pound..1 pound..

CORRECT ANSWER
339
EDDIE SAYS
300 + 30 + 9
  • Question 2

How many pence are there in £2.85?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
285
EDDIE SAYS
200 + 80 + 5
  • Question 3

How many pence are there in £9.68?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
968
EDDIE SAYS
900 + 60 + 8
  • Question 4

How many pence are there in £2.59?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
259
EDDIE SAYS
200 + 50 + 9
  • Question 5

How many pence are there in £7.52?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
752
EDDIE SAYS
700 + 50 + 2
  • Question 6

How many pence are there in £1.94?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
194
EDDIE SAYS
100 + 90 + 4
  • Question 7

How many pence are there in £6.33?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
633
EDDIE SAYS
600 + 30 + 3
  • Question 8

How many pence are there in £6.64?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
664
EDDIE SAYS
600 + 60 + 4
  • Question 9

How many pence are there in £7.34?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
734
EDDIE SAYS
700 + 30 + 4
  • Question 10

How many pence are there in £5.76?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
576
EDDIE SAYS
500 + 70 + 6
  • Question 11

How many pence are there here?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
972
EDDIE SAYS
900 + 70 + 2
  • Question 12

How many pence are there here?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
221
EDDIE SAYS
200 + 20 + 1
  • Question 13

How many pence are there in £5.48?

(just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
548
EDDIE SAYS
500 + 40 + 8
  • Question 14

How many pence are there in £3.89?

(just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
389
EDDIE SAYS
300 + 80 + 9
  • Question 15

How many pence are there in £9.28?

(just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
928
EDDIE SAYS
900 + 20 + 8
  • Question 16

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
341
EDDIE SAYS
300 + 40 + 1
  • Question 17

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
497
EDDIE SAYS
400 + 90 + 7
  • Question 18

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
466
EDDIE SAYS
400 + 60 + 6
  • Question 19

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)
 

CORRECT ANSWER
665
EDDIE SAYS
600 + 60 + 5
  • Question 20

How many pence are there here?

(just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
527
EDDIE SAYS
500 + 20 + 7
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