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Use pictures of play money to print for KS1 Maths

These handy pictures of play money to print, help support KS1 mathematics whilst bringing fun to the learning! You can use these resources to portr...Read more

What ways can I use pictures of play money to print?

Put the skills children have learned in the classroom to the test in the real world around them! Have children take home their prints of play money...Read more

Pictures of play money to print.

Giving children visual aids helps to support their understanding of concepts and is particularly helpful when trying to teach addition and subtract...Read more

What are the different types of British coins?

It shows the front and back images of all the British coins: one pence, two pence, 5 pence, 10 pence, 20 pence, 50 pence, one pound (£1) and two pounds (£2). Suitable for KS1 and KS2.

Is the £1 coin still used in Scotland?

Although the £1 coin is the main currency today, old £1 notes are still issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland and used on the islands of Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man. Continue to 10 of 15 below. The 50 pence (50p) coin is a seven-sided, silver coin.

When did the UK stop minting pre-decimal coins?

end of pre-decimal coinage in 1967. reign, and fractional coinage often used exclusively in British colonies. had been minted prior to formation of the United Kingdom. Please view our 'British Coin Index' for coinage not covered in this section.

Who is on the bank of England £10 note?

The Bank of England £10 note is commonly referred to as a "tenner." Old versions, such as the one pictured above, feature Charles Darwin, who is recognized for his theory of evolution and natural selection. The paper note with Charles Darwin was issued in 2000 and withdrawn from circulation in March 2018. Continue to 4 of 15 below.