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In the UK people pay in pounds (£) and pence or penny (p).
The pound (£) is made up of 100 pence (p) exactly like the euro is split into 100 cents.

What does "the UK" mean?
What countries are part of the UK?


Miriam's recording

There are 4 notes : £5 - £10 - £20 and £50
There are two coins : £1 and £2
There are six pieces : 1p - 2p - 5p - 10p - 20p - 50p

Miriam's recording


fun activity teachingmoney.co.uk



In the USA, people pay in dollars and cents.
The dollar ($) is made up of 100 cents (c) exactly like the euro is split into 100 cents.

Bills : $1 - $5 - $10 - $20 - $50 - $100 - $500

Change : 1c penny - 5c nickel - 10c dime - 25c quarter - 50c half-dollar

Patrick's recording



Coins, pieces and notes


a two pound coin
a one pound coin

a fifty p piece

a twenty p piece

a ten p piece

a five p piece

a two p piece


a one p piece

a five pound note
 

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