Shopping
A class of children went on a school visit. They were
allowed to spend their money in the shop. Here are some of the things that were
on sale in the shop.
pen 40p pencil 25p ruler 60p
rubber 15p wallet £1.00 keyring 90p
pencil case £1.50 lollipop 10p sharpener 35p
A)
1) How
much would two pencils cost?
2) What
is the total cost of a pen and a rubber?
3) How
much change out of £1.00 would you get if you bought a keyring?
4) One of
the children bought a pencil case and paid with three coins. What could they
have been?
5) Simon
bought a rubber, a sharpener and two lollipops. How much did he spend?
6) Julie
bought a keyring and a ruler. How much
change did she get from £2.00?
B)
1) What
is the total cost of a pencil case, a pencil and a pen?
2) How
many sharpeners could you buy with £1.00?
3) James
bought a wallet, a pencil case, a rubber and two pencils.
How much change did he get from
£4.00?
4) What
is the total cost of ten pencils?
5) What
would you buy from the shop if you had a) 50p
b) £1.00
c) £3.50? Show how much you
spend and the change that you would get.
