Notes and coins
In the bazaar
Kuzhalini and her mother went to the market. In all the shops she saw tags with different amount written on it. She asked her mother about it. Help them purchase things within the amount they have.
Teacher’s Note: Teacher can motivate children to prepare a list of things that can be purchased for the given amount.
Introduction of ₹50 currency notes.
50 rupees is equal to five 10 rupees.
i. Complete the table for the given amount.
ii. Calculate the amount paid.
Write the total amount of given currency notes and coins
Comparison of price
Pari bought a doll for ₹50 for his sister.
Arivu bought a doll for ₹70 for his brother.
Arivu bought the doll with more money than Pari.
So, we can express this as Arivu’s doll is costlier than Pari’s.
Kural bought a water bottle for ₹80.
Madhi bought a water bottle for ₹95.
Kural bought the water bottle with less money than Madhi.
So, Kural’s water bottle is cheaper than Madhi’s.
Tick (✔) the object which is costlier between the given two.
Tick (✔) the object which is cheaper between the given two.
In a festival day.
Iraivi, Kathir, Vaanchi, Mukil visited a trade fair along with the family.
Some of the rides which children love to take are shown below.
Answer the following questions:
1. If Kathir wants to go in all the 4 rides one time. How much should he pay?
2. Mukil played giant wheel two times and gave . How much balance will she get?
3. Kathir, Vaanchi and Mukil played merry-go-round once. How much they have to pay totally?
20 + 20 + 20 = 60
Teacher’s Note: Teacher encourages children to add the amount to spent on 3 rides in all possible ways and to choose the one accordingly for the given amount.
Observe the price of the articles purchased. Count the money you have. Calculate the amount spent and balance left.
Observe the price of different articles given below and complete the table.
Watch − ₹60, bracelet −₹20, doll −₹40, bangles −₹45, toy car − ₹25, colour sketch −₹30, pencil − ₹5
If you have ₹20, then what do you wish to buy?