Since you sharpened your knowledge of tenths and hundredths last week, it’s time to think about money! When we are writing amounts of money with pounds and pence, the pennies are represented in the tenths and hundredths columns. For example, £3.51 is three pounds and fifty one pence. This is because 10p is 1/10 of £1, and 1p is 1/100 of £1.
Now it’s time to think more about pounds and pence with Activity 1. When you’ve answered the questions, remember to check them with the answer sheet.