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British Coin Display Posters

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British Coin Display Posters - Money, coins, currency, pound, pence, foundation numeracy, coin, pay, shop

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  • Standard Version
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  • No Text Version
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  • Black and White Version
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  • Cursive Version
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  • Precursive Version
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  • Jul 23rd

    Display in intervention room

  • Jun 24th

    coin recognition and an introduction to playing shops.

    • Jun 24th

      Hi louisebailes,
      Sounds great! Thanks for sharing :)

  • Apr 29th

    great

  • Apr 18th

    Great for class display and coin recognition. Thanks!

  • Mar 17th

    Fantastic for class display, for those children who still think we have a 3p coin / 7p coin! Thanks for this free resource twinkl.

  • Mar 13th

    Money handling skills

  • Mar 2nd

    Money handling skills

  • Feb 25th

    for personal use to teach my daughter coins.

  • Feb 24th

    Nice size for little hands

  • Feb 24th

    great

  • Feb 20th

    To help children visualise the coins themselves when adding and subtracting them.

  • Feb 17th

    As a visual aid for lessons on coin values and addition/subtraction. Also good for playing games outside if I laminate them. I like it that you have the 'value' side displayed...just a thought...not checked if you have done this already but having both sides of coin could make it more fun/realistic to use.

    • Feb 17th

      HI THEONEANDONLYCurlyJo42, thank you for your suggestion, I have passed this on to our design team to see what they can do for you. I hope this helps. :)

    • Feb 18th

      Great, thanks!

    • Aug 5th

      Hi there THEONEANDONLYCurlyJo42, thanks for your comment! We have now made a version with both sides of the coin. :)

  • Feb 12th

    I will use this with SEN children to pay for items in a shopping role play.

  • Feb 7th

    I will use this resource on a washing line of numbers for children to recognise money.

  • Feb 6th

    teaching my daughter with Downs Syndrome about money

  • Feb 5th

    coin recognision

  • Jan 30th

    outdoor resource

  • Jan 29th

    display

  • Jan 28th

    coin recognition

  • Jan 28th

    homework

  • Jan 25th

    I'm going to laminate these and display them to remind my class which coins we actually have in the UK

  • Jan 14th

    I will laminate these pictures and made a double set for my less able to play a matching game. Also for maths display. Thank you

  • Jan 12th

    outdoor learning

  • Jan 7th

    this resource will be used in the classroom for a display, I will also use it for SEN
    children

  • Jan 5th

    Teaching my reception class money this half term.

    • Jan 13th

      Thats what I'm downloading them for too. Thank goodness for Twinkl!

  • Jan 2nd

    Coin recognition for ASD

  • Dec 24th, 2014

    Reception coin recognition

  • Dec 16th, 2014

    Coin recognition for visually impaired student

  • Dec 10th, 2014

    Year 1 coin recognition.

  • Nov 12th, 2014

    I work in a global school and in 5th grade our focus is Europe. I will use this for a challenge for my top group.

  • Oct 31st, 2014

    Y1 coin recognition display

  • Mar 6th, 2014

    What about the notes?

  • Nov 29th, 2013

    display

  • Mar 16th, 2013

    COme on baby

  • Jan 1st, 2013

    Thank you

  • Nov 6th, 2012

    Hi MIssTink83, the £2 coin is on the last page!
    Imogen :)

  • Nov 5th, 2012

    Great, but where's the £2 coin?!

  • Aug 27th, 2012

    Just what I need for my display :)

  • Mar 11th, 2012

    Great for displays.

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  • Dec 21st, 2014

    you could put them on display or you could ask a child what coin it is and ask them to stand at the front of the class holding it up and then try to order them from the smallest amount to the largest amount

    Use in class assemblys

British Coin Display Posters

British Coin Display Posters - A set of large (A4) posters, featuring all British coins currently in use. Great for display purposes in your numeracy role play shop area. Many possible uses for this very versatile resource.

Why not also check out our lovely money matching resources?

This resource is available in Standard, No Text, Black and White, Cursive and Precursive.

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