Lesson Worksheet: Counting Money: Pounds Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice counting in 2s, 5s, 10s, and 20s within 100 to find the value of a group of notes and coins.

Q1:

How much money is there in total?

Q2:

Count the money in the groups shown.

How much money is in group (B)?

Which group has £84?

  • AGroup (B)
  • BGroup (C)
  • CGroup (A)

Which group has £40?

  • AGroup (B)
  • BGroup (A)
  • CGroup (C)

Q3:

Which of the following is equal to £47?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q4:

A clothes store sells the following items for the amounts shown:

How much does a pair of jeans cost?

How much does a skirt cost?

How much does a shirt cost?

Q5:

Count on to find out how much money Michael has saved.

  • A£95
  • B£85
  • C£90
  • D£80

Q6:

Ethan has the following notes and coins:

How much money does Ethan have?

If Ethan is given 4 more

by his father, how much will he have?

Q7:

How much money is there in total?

Q8:

Which group of notes and coins can I use to buy a dress that costs £36?

  • AGroup A
  • BGroup B

Q9:

Amelia has these pound notes. Does she have enough money to buy a bicycle?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Q10:

How much money is there in total?

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