Solving money problems is a vital skill to learn. Don't forget: £1 = 100 p (p = pence). Make sure that you do ALL the other money quizzes BEFORE you do this one. See if you can get every question correct - and give yourself a pat on the back if you do!
If you want some extra practice dealing with money, start collecting all the coins you can find. When you have a good amount, see how many ways you can make £1, £5 or £10. How many 5ps are in £1? How many 20ps are in £5? The more you practise, the better you will be as you start to use money in your life.
Read each question carefully, looking at all four answers first before making your choice. Take your time and good luck!
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