Lesson Planning of Comparing Money for Purchasing & Selling
Students` Learning Outcomes
- Add different combinations of coins/notes
- Determine if enough money is available to make a purchase
- Recognize money change up to 100 to its equivalent denominations
Information for Teachers
- Students encounter many situations in their daily life where thy have to add or subtract money especially during buying things. It is best to link this concept to their day to day experiences.
- While teaching the lesson, the teacher should also consult textbook at all steps wherein and whenever it is applicable.
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, pencils, rubber, worksheet, real money (coins and 10, 20 note), ball, bat, doll, book, pencil box, toy car, toy bus, glasses, watch, ruler, pen, empty boxes of biscuits, some sweet boxes, small chits and scotch tape
- Put some money on the table. (You may ask the students to circle around you if the number of students allows).
- Put Rs. 20 on one side and Rs. 10 note with five 2 rupees coins (5) on one side.
- Ask them to sum them up and see which side has more money. Let them realize that they are both equal.
Practice with different notes and coins to ensure that children add up the money mentally as much as possible.
Practice in groups with play money and allow the children to hold the money in their hands and count and add.
Sum up / Conclusion
- Ask the students to summarize what they have learnt in this lesson?
- Ask verbally some questions about addition and subtraction of money.
- Teacher is also required to involve the students in solving the problems given in the exercise at the end of unit/chapter.
Follow up Tasks
- Ask students to write up one story about the shopping they recently did, as;
- What did they buy?
- How much did it cost?
- How much money did they give?
- Did they get any change?
- Invite some students to narrate their story.