British Money - Piggy Bank Puzzles

23 different British money puzzles to help children identify British coins and make simple calculations involving money.

• Ideal to use during numeracy rotation activities or as an independent task.
• Children match the amounts of money to create a ‘piggy bank’ for each value.

How to use this teaching resource

• Print, then cut each ‘piggy bank’ into the three puzzle parts. Laminate each puzzle part of the ‘piggy bank’. Continue until you have a class set of each value.
• This set of money puzzles range from 5p to £2.20.
• Children match the written value puzzle pieces to the puzzles pieces with the coins of the same amount to create their ‘piggy banks’ of that value.
• Two puzzles for each value have been included in this resource.
• What comes next? – Ask students to calculate the total of two ‘piggy banks’ of their choice.

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