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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

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.

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