Level 3 NZ Money
Students use a price list to work out the price of various items on a list.
For example how much does it cost for 3.5kg of apples, 2 bunches of grapes and a donut?
Students will also become familiar with the words 'per kg', expensive and cheaper.
- adding money
- working out change
- wouking out which is cheaper or more expensive
- finding the difference between amounts (subtraction)
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