There are 366 different Starters of The Day, many to
choose from. You will find below some starters on the topic of Money. A lesson starter does not have to be on the same
topic as the main part of the lesson or the topic of the previous lesson. It is
often very useful to revise or explore other concepts by using a starter based on a
totally different area of Mathematics.

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### Money Starters:

Work out the number of stamps needed to post a parcel.

A real life situation requiring the division an amount of money according to a given ratio.

A question about the profit made when buying and selling a guitar.

Can you work out what rooms at the hotel the family booked to produce the given bill?

A lamp and a bulb together cost 32 pounds. The lamp costs 30 pounds more than the bulb. How much does the bulb cost?

A puzzle about a restaurant bill. Exactly where did the missing pound go?

It is called Refreshing Revision because every time you refresh the page you get different revision questions.

A quick quiz about five items on a shopping list written 40 years ago.

Work out which is the best scheme for Sid to choose for his summer bonus. One scheme involves a common misconception about percentages.

Six students borrow £5000 to help pay for their university course. Calculate how much each student will have to pay back to the lender.

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