Money in Year 4

Money in Year 4Money in Year 4

5 great new sets of money worksheets are now available for Year 4, including finding and matching amounts written in different ways (eg 308p and £3.08) and finding the total cost of several items.

It is in Year 4 that children are first expected to write pounds and pence using the correct decimal notation. For example, three pounds and five pence is written as £3.05. It must be emphasised that the amount shown above is pounds and that the pence sign is not needed, so £3.05p would be incorrect, although this is often seen on prices in the real world.

Children will be asked to solve simple word problems involving money, although they are not expected to use the formal written method to add decimals until Year 5.

We have an excellent collection of resources for money, which can be found in the Year 4 Measuring category.

Go to Year 4 Money (in Measuring, Time and Money)