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Money Problems ! Your parents will never be able to trick you out of your pocket money ever again!!
Read the question carefully before you begin!! I buy a pen for 70p and a pad for 20p. How much have I spent altogether? Underline the important words and numbers to help you!
Decide which operation you are going to use! 70p and 20p altogether 70+20=
Lets try another!!! I buy three apples for 8p. How much have I spent altogether?
Good! What about this one? I bought 6 sweets for 2p each. How much have I spent altogether?
Now youre getting really good! What about a harder one? I bought two apples at 4p and three pears at 3p. How much have I spent altogether?
Too easy!! Try this one! I bought 5 sweets for 10p and 4 lollipops for 3p. How much have I spent altogether?
Heres another!! Sam and 3 of his friends bought a drink for 10p. How much did they spend altogether?
Last one!!! I bought three packets of crisps for 26p each. How much did I spend altogether?
Remember….. Read the question carefully!! Underline the important numbers and words. Do your calculation in stages. Write each stage down clearly. Dont forget the last stage of your calculations!!!
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