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Download GB Pounds Sterling Version (1.08MB)

Download Australian Dollar Version (1.04MB)

Download Canadian Dollar Version (1.10MB)

Download US Dollar Version (1.14MB)

Download Euros Version (1.03MB)

Download de euro's versie (Wisselgeld) in het Nederlands (1.04MB)

Download Singapore Dollar Version (0.99MB)

Download Ringgit Malaysia Version (1.02MB)

Download New Zealand Dollar Version (1.14MB)

Download Thai Baht Version (1.90MB)

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Loose Change - learn money game
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Suitable for UK Key Stage 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 - USA 1st to 12th Grade (Age 5 - adult)



Recommended Minimum System: PC, Windows 95 or better e.g. XP, Vista, Windows 7, (Mac users click here), 16MB Ram, Pentium 166.

A game to help with learning about money. This program uses pictures of actual coins and bank notes in circulation at the time of making the program. It is available in 9 currencies: GB Pounds Sterling, Australian Dollars, Canadian Dollars, US Dollars, Euros, Euros in Dutch, Singapore Dollars, Ringgit Malaysia and New Zealand Dollars. If you would like me to produce a version in a currency not shown then download one of the above to see if it would be useful, first. GB pounds sterling uses 100 pennies = 1 Pound. This decimal system is reasonably standard around the world. If you think it would be useful then email me by clicking here and I'll see what I can do. I cannot promise to produce a version for other currencies but I will definitely try. Program includes an uninstall facility.

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Special thanks to the following people for their help with other currency versions:

Lorna Webb - Australian Dollar Version
Lydia Hallard - Canadian Dollar Version
Dave Cofell - US Dollar Version
Annelize van der Grient - Euro and Dutch Versions
Janis Fung - Singapore Dollar Version
Mohan Sornalingam - Ringgit Malaysia Version
Tricia Gillbanks - New Zealand Dollar Version

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On the opening screen you will find that your mouse pointer turns into a hand over the five types of levels you can choose. These levels are explained below. Choose one by clicking on it and it will turn green. Two buttons will then appear giving you a choice of I Know How To Play and First Time Here. Clicking the I Know How To Play button will take you to the level you have chosen and you will not be shown the first help window. Clicking the First Time Here button will take you to the level you have chosen and a small first help box will appear giving you some hints on what to do.

Level 1 - Which Coin?

Real pictures of all the standard coins in current circulation at the time of making this program will appear on the screen. The size of the coins shown are approximately the size of the real thing but may be a little larger or smaller if you have a monitor bigger or smaller than 14/15 inches and a screen resolution different to 800x600. The fronts of the coins are shown but you can flip them over at a cost of 10p. The back of the coins show the value and are enlarged to make them easier to see. To flip any coin just right mouse click on it but remember you will loose 10p. At anytime you can try a new level by clicking on the New Level button at the bottom.

Below the coins you will see a question in white text. It will ask you to click on a particular coin. Click on the right one and it will spin. A cash register sound will be heard and the text will tell you that it was the correct one. If you choose the wrong coin, a bleep will sound and the text will tell you it is a wrong answer and to try again. Your score is shown in the bar at the top of the screen and is a running total of the amount of money you have correctly handled. Click the Next Question button to continue.

Level 2 - How Many?

This level is to help with how many of the smaller coins make up the larger coins up to 1 pound. Each question shows one coin on the right of the screen and one on the left. In the middle is a sum to show how many of the smaller coin on the left make up the larger coin on the right. For instance if a 1 penny coin is shown on the left and a 1 pound on the right the sum would be 1 penny X (times) 100 = 1 pound. To show your answer as to how many of the smaller coins make up the larger one you click on the Up and Down arrows at the bottom of the screen. Clicking these will increase or decrease the number in yellow in the middle of the coins. As in the previous level the fronts of the coins are shown but you can flip them over at a cost of 10p. The back of the coins show the value and are enlarged to make them easier to see. To flip any coin just right mouse click on it but remember you will loose 10p. At anytime you can try a new level by clicking on the New Level button at the bottom.

Below the coins you will see a question in white text. Underneath that text is a box with green up button arrows just above a zero. Below each zero is a red down button. By clicking these buttons you will find that you can change the zeros into numbers going up or down. The far right zero is the units (1's) up to 9. The next middle zero is the tens column and the far left zero is the 100's column. Work out how much the coins make and show your answer by clicking these buttons. Clicking these buttons will change the number in yellow in the middle of the sum above. When you are happy with your answer then click the Bank Clerks hand on the left to check your answer. If your answer is correct, a cash register sound will be heard and the text will tell you that it was correct. If your answer was wrong, a bleep will sound and the text will tell you it is a wrong answer and the correct amount will be shown. Your score is shown in the bar at the top of the screen and is a running total of the amount of money you have correctly handled. Click the Next Question button to continue.

Level 3 - Make Up

As in level 1, real pictures of all the standard coins in current circulation at the time of making this program will appear on the screen. Your job is to work out how many coins are needed to make up the amount in the question in white text below the coins. To begin with the questions will start with you having to make up amounts to 50p. If you successfully answer the first few questions then you will be given harder questions in stages up to 5 pounds. Once again the fronts of the coins are shown but you can flip them over at a cost of 10p. The back of the coins show the value and are enlarged to make them easier to see. To flip any coin just right mouse click on it but remember you will loose 10p. At anytime you can try a new level by clicking on the New Level button at the bottom.

Below the coins you will see a question in white text. Work out what the answer is and show it by clicking coins to the value of your answer. When you click a coin it will drop down the plastic chute at the bottom of the screen and another coin of the same value will appear on the screen in its place, so that you can click on more than one of the same coin. For instance if you needed to make up 10p you could click on the 1 penny ten times, the 2p 5 times or the 5p twice. The total of the coins you have clicked appear in green on the chute. When you are happy with your answer then click the Bank Clerks hand on the left to check your answer. If your answer is correct, the bank clerk will give you the thumbs up, a cash register sound will be heard and the text will tell you that it was correct. If your answer was wrong, the bank clerk will give you the thumbs down, a bleep will sound and the text will tell you it is a wrong answer and the correct one will be shown. Your score is shown in the bar at the top of the screen and is a running total of the amount of money you have correctly handled. Click the Next Question button to continue.

Level 4 - How Much?

As in level 1, Which Coin?, real pictures of all the standard coins in current circulation at the time of making this program will appear on the screen. However, when you start the program, the first few questions will show only 2 coins. Your job is to add up how much the coins on the screen make. If you successfully answer the first few questions, 2 more coins are added to make the questions harder. Get those right and 6 coins are shown with the top level showing all 8. Once again the fronts of the coins are shown but you can flip them over at a cost of 10p. The back of the coins show the value and are enlarged to make them easier to see. To flip any coin just right mouse click on it but remember you will loose 10p. At anytime you can try a new level by clicking on the New Level button at the bottom.

Below the coins you will see a question in white text. Underneath that text is a box with green up button arrows just above a zero. Below each zero is a red down button. By clicking these buttons you will find that you can change the zeros into numbers going up or down. The far right zero is the pennies (1's) up to 9. The next middle zero before the decimal point is the 10's column and the far left zero next to the pound sign is the pounds or 100's column. Work out how much the coins make and show your answer by clicking these buttons. When you are happy with your answer then click the Bank Clerks hand on the left to check your answer. The hand will sweep across the screen and add up the value of the coins. If your answer, shown also in the top left of the screen, is correct, a cash register sound will be heard and the text will tell you that it was correct. If your answer was wrong, a bleep will sound and the text will tell you it is a wrong answer and the correct amount will be shown. Your score is shown in the bar at the top of the screen and is a running total of the amount of money you have correctly handled. Click the Next Question button to continue.

Level 5 - Any Change?

As in Level 1, real pictures of all the standard coins in current circulation at the time of making this program will appear on the screen. This level is very like Level 3, Make Up, but here your job is to work out how much change you should get in answer to the question in white text below the coins. To begin with the questions will start with you having 50p to spend. If you successfully answer the first few questions then you will be given harder questions in stages up to 5 pounds. Once again the fronts of the coins are shown but you can flip them over at a cost of 10p. The back of the coins show the value and are enlarged to make them easier to see. To flip any coin just right mouse click on it but remember you will loose 10p. At anytime you can try a new level by clicking on the New Level button at the bottom.

Below the coins you will see a question in white text. Work out what the answer is and show it by clicking coins to the value of your answer. When you click a coin it will drop down the plastic chute at the bottom of the screen and will be added to your answer shown in green on the chute and also in the top left of the screen. When you are happy with your answer then click the Bank Clerks hand on the left to check your answer. If your answer is correct, the bank clerk will give you the thumbs up, a cash register sound will be heard and the text will tell you that it was correct. If your answer was wrong, the bank clerk will give you the thumbs down, a bleep will sound and the text will tell you it is a wrong answer and the correct one will be shown. Your score is shown in the bar at the top of the screen and is a running total of the amount of money you have correctly handled. Click the Next Question button to continue.

Bonus Level

Every time you answer 10 questions correctly you are shown the Bonus Level screen. In this level you get an extra question but this time it is related to your country's bank notes. Specimen pictures of the country's real bank notes are included in the program, up to the value of 100. A bank note is chosen at random and shown on screen. Next to it is a 1 coin and the question is simply how many of these coins make up the value of the bank note. You make your answer by using the up and down arrow buttons at the bottom of the screen. When you are happy with your answer then click the Bank Clerks hand on the left to check your answer. If your answer is correct, the bank clerk will give you the thumbs up, a cash register sound will be heard and the text will tell you that it was correct. If your answer was wrong, the bank clerk will give you the thumbs down, a bleep will sound and the text will tell you it is a wrong answer and the correct one will be shown. Your score is shown in the bar at the top of the screen and is a running total of the amount of money you have correctly handled. Click the Back To Level button to continue.


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