New British (UK) Coin Number Line 1ps up to 20p

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New British (UK) Coin Number Line 1ps up to 20p - games, coin
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  • Just what I was looking for. Just started money. This will help my Year 1s.

    , Jan 13th
A very handy set of 1ps from 1 to 20p, allowing your children to better understand this coin. A great starting resource when you are teaching your class about money.
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