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SMASHMATHS - Greetings to Ms. Helen S and her international class from DECV! MASHMATHS - featured on Melbourne University's Bastow Institute's Leading Numeracy website - - Interactive Learning for the Australian Mathematics Curriculum

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Year 1 - Recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value. <back to top>

Balloon Pop Ordering Money

Pop balloons from smallest to largest dollar and cent amount. Six levels.

Money Match

Can you match the coin with the numerical value?

Year 2 - Count and order small collections of Australian coins and notes according to their value. <back to top>

Count Up

What's the total of the coins displayed on screen? The coins can be dragged to help you.

Saving Pocket Money

Choose one of three levels (up to $1, $2 or $5) and see if you can put an amount in the piggy bank. You get to smash the piggy to see if you get it right!

Money Match Challenge 1

Using more coins than the game above, match the coin with the numerical value.

Money Match Challenge 2

Using more and larger valued coins than the game above, can you match the coin with the numerical value?

Year 3 - Represent money values in multiple ways and count the change required for simple transactions to the nearest five cents. <back to top>

Change Please!

Choose a coin or note you want to give change from. Look at the cost of the item bought and the amount given. Click on the coins at the bottom of the screen to give change. 

Castle Defence

Protect the castle by buying weapons. Keep an eye on your budget to make sure you can afford what you want.

Lunch Lady HERE for MOBILE

Use your quick money counting skills to price each student's lunch. Luckily each item on their trays has a price tag. Be quick and careful! 

Castle Defence - Upgraded

Protect the castle by buying (even more!) weapons. Keep an eye on your budget to make sure you can afford what you want.

Coin Exchange

Exchange one coin (you can choose 50c, $1.00 or $2.00 coins) for the stated number of smaller coins. When I tried this l had real trouble!

Year 4 - Solve problems involving purchases and the calculation of change to the nearest five cents with and without digital technologies. <back to top>

Coin Breaker

Can you work out what the missing coins are to make the total right? (It's easier than it looks!)

Money Matters New!

Choose your country and off you go! Loads of levels of questions and interactive Australian currency to help you solve them.

Shopping Spree

Choose your level (up to $1.00,up to $5.00 or up to $10.00). Can you figure out how to pay for these items?

Pick and Mix

How good are you at adding up money in your head? Set the difficulty settings, ranging from easy to mega hard and have fun!

Pocket Money

Choose how many kids you want to share with. Divide up pocket money for them. The change converter is VERY useful.

Year 5 - Create simple financial plans. <back to top>

Coffee Shop

Make as much money as you can in 14 days with your own coffee shop.

Year 6 - Investigate and calculate percentage discounts of 10%, 25% and 50% on sale items, with and without digital technologies. <back to top>

Burnsides Billions

You have 10 BILLION dollars! But there are conditions...Use % and your knowledge of exchange rates to work this one out. Read the instructions…

Tipster HERE for MOBILE

Calculate the tip percentage at each table. If you do it correctly your wait team gets the tip! 

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