Pounds and Pence

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A free online educational resource to help pupils improve their understanding of money and prices. It covers the history, function and value of money and the concepts of banks, interest rates, prices and inflation.



There is a range of printable information and activity cards which introduce and explain the issues, comprehensive teachers' notes and a glossary of useful terms to help describe the subject areas. This resource is supported by four lively video modules, presented by children for children.

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Quality Mark assessors comments: 

This is a very user-friendly resource for primary teachers and classes. It contains some real fun’ exercises involving historical bartering as a means of introducing modern monetary affairs. The teachers' guide sets out very clearly a way of using the materials, including National Curriculum references, whilst still managing to maintain flexibility of use. Worksheets and information sheets for the pupils are very attractive and well-produced. The video is informative but also very appealing to pupils.

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