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Calculating with Money – Digital Lesson and Activities for Year 3

  • 33 Interactive Slides
  • Three-part lesson
  • Drag and drop independent activities
  • Interactive worksheet
  • Differentiated questions and answers



Want an interactive math lesson on calculating with money for your year 3 students that will help them to be able to add and subtract amounts of money?

In this fun-packed lesson, your students will learn how to add and subtract amounts of money to give change, using both £ and p in practical contexts

This lesson is completely interactive with drag and drop activities that will engage and motivate your learners!

This fun-packed interactive math resource contains:
32 interactive slides with dynamic graphics that will engage your year 3 students
Interactive Drag and Drop activities with instant learner feedback
Worksheets with answers included
Differentiated questions and answers
Can be used for distance learning and Google classroom

**What learners will learn in this lesson:**
They will learn the value of each coin and note and understand what these values represent

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