# Money Lesson: Comparing Values in Pounds and Pence

Year 2 students learn to compare different values in pounds and pence using language like 'greater than,' 'less than,' or 'equal to,' along with symbols such as >,

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**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence I can compare different amounts of money When comparing, I can use the language 'greater than', 'less than' or 'equal to I can use the symbols >, < and = to compare Starter: Ava and Riley had the same amount of money, but Riley has lost a coin. What value was the coin that Riley lost? How do you know? thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence I can compare different amounts of money When comparing, I can use the language 'greater than', 'less than' or 'equal to I can use the symbols >, < and = to compare Starter: Ava and Riley had the same amount of money, but Riley has lost a coin. What value was the coin that Riley lost? How do you know? Ava has 1 and 80p. Riley has 1 and 70p. So, Riley has lost a 10p coin. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Can you put a ring around the box with the greatest value? Can you explain your choice? thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Can you put a ring around the box with the greatest value? Can you explain your choice? This box has a value of 4. This box has a value of 85p. This box has a value of 5. 5 is more than 4 and more than 85p. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Can you put a ring around the box with the greatest value? Can you explain your choice? thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Can you put a ring around the box with the greatest value? Can you explain your choice? This box has a value of 66p. The box with the ring around it has the most coins, but the smallest value. 66p is less than 1 and less than 2. This box has a value of 1. This box has a value of 2. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Can you put these boxes in order? Label the smallest value as 1 and the largest value as 4. Can you explain your thinking? thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: The smallest amount has a value of 30p. Box 2 has a value of 60p. Box 3 is worth 10 and box 4 has the greatest amount with 20. Can you put these boxes in order? Label the smallest value as 1 and the largest value as 4. Can you explain your thinking? 1 3 4 2 thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Activity 1: Aisha thinks that she has more money than Freddie. Freddie thinks that he has more money than Aisha. What do you think? Why? I have 4 20p coins. I have 8 10p coins. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Activity 1: Aisha thinks that she has more money than Freddie. Freddie thinks that he has more money than Aisha. What do you think? Why? I have 4 20p coins. I have 8 10p coins. Aisha and Freddie have the same amount of money. Aisha has 4 20p coins which is 80p. 20p, 40p, 60p, 80p. Freddie has 8 10p coins which is 10p, 20p, 30p, 40p, 50p, 60p, 70p, 80p. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Who has the most amount of money? Is it Alice or Bella? Why? I have 24. I have 24p. Alice Bella thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Who has the most amount of money? Is it Alice or Bella? Why? I have 24. I have 24p. Alice Alice has the most amount of money. She has 24. Bella has 24p which is less than 1. Bella thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Who has the most amount of money? Is it Lola or Violet? Why? I have 95p. I have a 50p coin, 2 20p coins and a 2p coin. Lola Violet thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Who has the most amount of money? Is it Lola or Violet? Why? I have 95p. I have a 50p coin, 2 20p coins and a 2p coin. Lola Violet Lola has the most amount of money. She has 95p. Violet has 92p from 50p + 20p + 20p + 2p. So, Lola has 3p more. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Activity 2: Always, sometimes, never. Will Darcey always, sometimes or never have more money than Bishan? I have a 1 coin in my pocket. I have 3 coins in my pocket. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Activity 2: Extension: Always, sometimes, never. Is it possible for Darcy to have two coins that are the same and one different coin and still have more then Bishan? How many answers can you find? Have a try! Will Darcey always, sometimes or never have more money than Bishan? I have a 1 coin in my pocket. I have 3 coins in my pocket. Darcey will SOMETIMES have more money than Bishan. If Bishan has 3 50p coins, 3 1 or 3 2 coins he will have more. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Using the symbols <, >, = can you compare the amounts of money? How do you know that you are right? thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Using the symbols <, >, = can you compare the amounts of money? How do you know that you are right? = 2 5 notes have the same value as a 10 note. > 20 > 3 5 notes or 15. = 2 10 notes have the same value as a 20 note. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Using the symbols <, >, = can you compare the amounts of money? How do you know that you are right? thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Using the symbols <, >, = can you compare the amounts of money? How do you know that you are right? 4 2 coins = 8 > 5 1 coins = 5. > 1 10 note < 4 2 coins + 3 1 coins = 8 + 3 = 11. < thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Using the symbols <, >, = can you compare the amounts of money? How do you know that you are right? 79p 97p thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Talking Time: Using the symbols <, >, = can you compare the amounts of money? How do you know that you are right? 50p + 5p + 5p + 2p + 2p + 2p + 2p = 68p 20p + 20p + 10p + 10p + 5p + 2p + 1p = 68p 79p < 97p = 79 has 7 tens and 9 ones. 97 has 9 tens and 7 ones. 79 is less than 97. So, 79p < 97p. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Activity 3: True or false? I have 5 all silver coins in my pocket. They are all the same value. I could have > 2. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence Activity 3: True or false? I have 5 all silver coins in my pocket. They are all the same value. I could have > 2. This is true IF the silver coins in my pocket were all 50p coins. 50p + 50p + 50p + 50p + 50p = 2.50. 2.50 > 2. Any other silver coin would give an answer < 2. thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence I can compare different amounts of money When comparing, I can use the language 'greater than', 'less than' or 'equal to I can use the symbols >, < and = to compare Evaluation: Can you find an amount that is more than the first, but less then the last? Can you explain your thinking? ? thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources**07/08/2024**Year 2 Money Lesson 6 To compare two different values in either pounds or pence I can compare different amounts of money When comparing, I can use the language 'greater than', 'less than' or 'equal to I can use the symbols >, < and = to compare Evaluation: Can you find an amount that is more than the first, but less then the last? Can you explain your thinking? The total here is 79p. The total here is 85p. Any amount that matches 80p 81p 82p 83p or 84p thirdspacelearning.com thirdspacelearning.com Specialist 1-to-1 maths interventions and curriculum resources