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With the help of wise Peter Pig, kids practice sorting and counting coins to earn money for their “banks”—all the while learning fun facts about U.S. currency. This game is a tribute to Pi (also known as 3.14). The digits of Pi form the different stages of the game, and your job is to think your way through to the last digit in the best possible way. Count the number of sheep on the screen. This game is for those with good observation.
A KS 1 money application where teachers and pupils can drag coins into a money box and then calculate the money box total. Uses coins 1p to 20p to a maximum total of £2.00 Open ended resource for teachers to ask their pupils questions as part of a whole class starter activity on money in maths.
Can you add enough animals on your side of the seesaw (without tipping the scale) to win? (A game for 2 players). Keep an eye on the goblet and point correctly to win this game... (A game for 2 players). Time for a quick game of Crazy Clock?