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Year 1 - Associate collections of Australian coins with their value. Students recognise, describe and order Australian coins according to their value.
Australian Curriculum Yr 1 Achievement Standard

Balloon Pop Ordering Money

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

Money Match - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Based on the card game of ‘Concentration’, gives students practice in identifying Australian coins and notes. Four levels, which all increase in difficulty. This game changes each time you play it so you can practice your skills.

Pay the Price - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Match an items value with the correct money from one or two multiple coin options. Three levels including helping Ava to compare items on a shopping list and select the cheapest option.

Back to TopYear 2 - Count and order small collections of Australian coins and notes according to their value. Australian Curriculum Yr 2 Achievement Standard

Money Match - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Based on the card game of ‘Concentration’, gives students practice in identifying Australian coins and notes. Four levels, which all increase in difficulty. This game changes each time you play it so you can practice your skills.

Pay the Price - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Match an items value with the correct money from one or two multiple coin options. Three levels including helping Ava to compare items on a shopping list and select the cheapest option.

Back to TopYear 3 - Represent money values in multiple ways. Students count the change required for simple transactions to the nearest five cents.
Australian Curriculum Yr 3 Achievement Standard

Castle Defence

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

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!

Lunch LadyMobile Friendly Version

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!

Money Maps - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Use the Money Maps to explore the history of money (When did the first ATM appear?) in Australia and around the World.

Back to TopYear 4 - Solve simple purchasing problems. Students solve problems involving purchases and the calculation of change to the nearest five cents with and without digital technologies. Australian Curriculum Yr 4 Achievement Standard

Money Maps - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Use the Money Maps to explore the history of money (When did the first ATM appear?) in Australia and around the World.

Money Matters NEW!

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

Party Time -Mobile Device friendly NEW!

It's your birthday. Time to plan a party. A party will cost you money. Here you'll find out how to budget for yours.

Back to TopYear 5 - Explain plans for simple budgets. Students create simple financial plans.
Australian Curriculum Yr 5 Achievement Standard

Coffee Shop

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

Fish Shop: Quality or Quantity? NEW!

Serve the customer in a pet fish shop. Look closely at the customer's order and see if items such as fish, food, plants and ornaments will suit the customer's budget and needs. Remember that you need to make a profit for the shopkeeper and satisfy the customer.

Mobile Entertainment - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Be part of a group of friends who are using the latest videos and games on their phones. They need to make decisions about downloads and spending money on in-game items. See the impact on their data usage and bill. Have you made the right decisions..?

Party Time -Mobile Device friendly NEW!

It's your birthday. Time to plan a party. A party will cost you money. Here you'll find out how to budget for yours.

You're Running the School Canteen! Can you restock? 1 NEW!

Buy supplies online for a school canteen. For example, to buy 80 bread rolls (available in packs of 10), how many packs will you need to buy? Complete the shopping list and calculate the total cost.

You're running the School Canteen! Estimate and Check 1 NEW!

You're in charge of buying your school canteen supplies online. You'll deal with two traders, and you need to estimate which one will give you the cheaper deal. Compare each trader's pack sizes and prices to select the cheapest options. Did you pick the right trader?

Back to TopYear 6 - Investigate and calculate percentage discounts of 10%, 25% and 50% on sale items, with and without digital technologies. Australian Curriculum Yr 6 Achievement Standard

Burnside's 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

Fish Shop: Quality or Quantity? NEW!

Serve the customer in a pet fish shop. Look closely at the customer's order and see if items such as fish, food, plants and ornaments will suit the customer's budget and needs. Remember that you need to make a profit for the shopkeeper and satisfy the customer.

Mobile Entertainment - Mobile Device friendly NEW!

Be part of a group of friends who are using the latest videos and games on their phones. They need to make decisions about downloads and spending money on in-game items. See the impact on their data usage and bill. Have you made the right decisions..?

Start Selling Pet Fish NEW!

Start with two fish and a tank. Examine the costs of food and equipment and then buy items to help take care of the fish and the tank. Think about the business impact of each purchase. Budget to increase stock and maximise profit.

TipsterMobile Friendly Version

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

You're Running the School Canteen! Can you restock? 1 NEW!

Buy supplies online for a school canteen. For example, to buy 80 bread rolls (available in packs of 10), how many packs will you need to buy? Complete the shopping list and calculate the total cost.

You're Running the School Canteen! Can you restock? 2 NEW!

"Restock your school canteen by buying supplies online. Purchase given amounts of items such as muffins or bread rolls. In this level, perform slightly harder calculations to work out how many packs you will need. For example, in order to purchase 156 bread rolls (available in packs of 12), how many packs will you need to buy? Complete the shopping list and calculate the total cost."

You're running the School Canteen! Estimate and Check 1 NEW!

You're in charge of buying your school canteen supplies online. You'll deal with two traders, and you need to estimate which one will give you the cheaper deal. Compare each trader's pack sizes and prices to select the cheapest options. Did you pick the right trader?

Back to TopYear 7 - Compare the cost of items to make financial decisions. Students investigate and calculate 'best buys', with and without digital technologies.
Australian Curriculum Yr 7 Achievement Standard

Fish Shop: Quality or Quantity? NEW!

Serve the customer in a pet fish shop. Look closely at the customer's order and see if items such as fish, food, plants and ornaments will suit the customer's budget and needs. Remember that you need to make a profit for the shopkeeper and satisfy the customer.

Fishmarket NEW!

Buy and sell fish in trading markets in a range of Australian and New Zealand cities. Compare market prices, supply and demand. Get to know other traders to find the best deals and discover new markets. Find the fizzer fish!

Start Selling Pet Fish NEW!

Start with two fish and a tank. Examine the costs of food and equipment and then buy items to help take care of the fish and the tank. Think about the business impact of each purchase. Budget to increase stock and maximise profit.

You're running the School Canteen! Two Traders NEW!

You're in charge of buying the cheapest canteen supplies from two different traders. Working online, purchase given amounts of items such as bottles of orange juice and cheese sticks. For each item, check the prices and package sizes of two traders. Perform basic calculations to select the cheaper deal for each item. Compare the total cost of the items from each trader.