Tag: money

Money, money, money…

Students were engaged in various hands-on activities using real coins from their Math Toolbox. In so doing, they were able to recognise the value of coins, use the fewest coins in real life situations, add totals up to 1 euro and give the correct change. Furthermore, students were able to plan an activity within a given budget. Submitted by […]

Money: Shopping and Problem Solving

After learning about money, recognising coins, adding and subtracting money and learning about change, the year 3.1 students turned their classroom into a shop. This gave them the opportunity to practice what they learned in a fun way. They discussed what they wanted to buy in a group setting, agreed upon a budget, ‘went shopping’ […]

Maths made easy through play…

Making 10 using numicon and playing cards. Learning about money and giving change to play pretend. Fun with time… Bubbling with activity, maths has never been more easy!!! And beebot joints the fun to help kids learn about time and coding. Submitted by Ms Stephanie Azzopardi, Yr 2.2


​Whilst learning about money the students in the year 3.2 class handled coins in order to observe and discuss their size, shape, colour as well as the amount that each coin represents.They handled coins to make different amounts of money. Then, they participated in a group activity during which they counted the amount of money […]

Counting Money

During a Mathematics lesson students were divided in groups. Each group was given a handout and some coins.  Students had to use coins to make the amounts written on the Interactive Whiteboard (IWB).  After, each group told the class what coins they used to make the given amounts. These were then written on the IWB.  Students realized that even […]

Money, money, money…

During a maths lesson the Yr 3.2 students of Ms Miranda were divided In groups. Each group was given a number of coins ranging from 50c to 1c.   The groups had to imagine that they were going to buy a particular object assigned to them.  Students had to use different coins to make the same […]

Money, money, money…

This week the Yr 3.1 students, of Ms Sharon Calleja, have been learning abut money during Maths. The children learned about the different coins of the Euro currency. They were involved in several hands-on activities and group work  to help them understand the concept of money. One of the activities involved the students counting an […]

Maths with a difference…

On 17th January 2014 the year 3.1 students of Ms Rosette and the year 3.2 students of Ms Rodianne had a hands on maths lesson. This lesson was co-ordinated and organised by the Maths support teacher, Ms Joan Vella. The students had to make their on healthy sandwich. However they had to prepare their shopping […]