Keywords: Coin, Currency,
Teacher's Note: Teacher has to ask the students to observe the above picture. Elicit reply for the following questions to introduce the concept of money.
1. What are the items do you see in the stationery shop?
Answer: pencil, pen, eracer, Notebook, Markers, White papers, Books, Staplers, Writing pad, sharpener, skitch, etc
2. What is your favourite item in the shop?
3. In order to buy your favourite item from the shop, what do you need to pay to the shopkeeper?
Answer: 25 Rupees
The existing coins and currency notes in India.
The same valued coins and currency notes make no difference in terms of their values.
‘₹‘ Symbol is used for representing Rupee, the Indian currency.
Tick (✓) the correct coin / currency note of the objects.
Trace the coin.
Trace the coins and discuss what do you see in the traced images.
Required materials: Coins, Pencil, Eraser, Paper
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₹ 10 in different ways.
Change, change, exchange
Materials required: Toy coins and currencies. Flash cards with money values.
* Divide the class into two groups.
* Provide flash cards to one group and toy coins and currencies to other group.
* Let the first group show a flash card randomly.
* The second group has to show its equivalent value of money in terms of coins or currencies or combination of both.
* Teacher has to facilitate the children till the enrichment of the concept.
* The groups may be interchanged with the materials and continue the same.
Match the objects with its correct money value.
Tick (✓) the required money to buy the objects.