Find out about money, its uses – past and present – and why we trust its value.
These concepts are explained using humorous scenarios and relevant examples from everyday life.
The series is divided into four short modules.
In this series:
- What is money and how does it work?
- What can you do with money?
- What is money worth?
- Who controls the value of money?
These educational videos link to Citizenship, Maths & PSHE. This resource is suitable for students in KS2 & KS3.
Key Stage 2
Key Stage 3
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