Notes and coins 0 Overview Using this Resource Connecting to the Curriculum Marking Student Responses Working with Students Further Resources This task is about working out the smallest and largest amounts of coins and notes. Write down the smallest and largest amounts of money for each statement below. Question 1Change answer a) If there are two coins in my piggy bank, what is the largest amount of money I could have? $ Question 1Change answer b) If there are three notes in my piggy bank, what is the smallest amount of money I could have? $ Question 1Change answer c) If there are three different coins in my piggy bank, what is the largest amount of money I could have? $ Question 1Change answer d) If there are three different notes in my piggy bank, what is the smallest amount of money I could have? $ Task administration: This task can be completed with pencil and paper or online (with auto marking displayed to students). Level: 2 Curriculum info: Maths, Number and Algebra, Number Strategies Key Competencies: Thinking Keywords: money, problem solving Description of task: Students work out the smallest and largest amounts of coins and notes in a piggy bank from statements about the number and type of money. Curriculum Links: Key competencies This resource involves identifying and implementing strategies to solve problems. This relates to the Key Competency: Thinking. For more information see https://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Key-competencies Learning Progression FrameworksThis resource can provide evidence of learning associated with Additive thinking, set 5 within the Mathematics Learning Progressions Frameworks.Read more about the Learning Progressions Frameworks. Answers/responses: Y4 (12/2000) a) 4 difficult b) 15 moderate c) 3.50 difficult d) 35 difficult Diagnostic and formative information: Common error Likely reason b) c) d) e) 2 5 2 5 Calculating as if there was only one coin and note. Buying groceries Buying books II Bank account Different dollars A few coins Change from $10 Adding coins Different coins Spending pocket money The same total How much change? Estimate these II Money computations At the canteen Adding and subtracting more numbers Spending at the shop Buying some things The right money Counting money Fruit and vegetables