Year 3 Maths: Currencies across the Asia region
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Money and financial mathematics - Represent money values in multiple ways and count the change required for simple transactions to the nearest five cents (ACMNA059)
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Asia Education Foundation website - resources for the study of Asia and Asian life. For school leaders, teachers and students. Specific sites for China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines.
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Vietnam banknotes - Vietnam paper money catalog and Vietnamese currency history

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Vietnam banknotes, Vietnam paper money catalog and Vietnamese currency history
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Singaporean coins dominoes | Asia Education Foundation

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This module focuses on developing student familiarity with currency from Australia and a range of countries from the Asia region. It is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and supports Mathematics: Number and Algebra: Number and Algebra.
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Singaporean coins | Asia Education Foundation

Singaporean coins | Asia Education Foundation | Year 3 Maths: Currencies across the Asia region | Scoop.it
This module focuses on developing student familiarity with currency from Australia and a range of countries from the Asia region. It is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and supports Mathematics: Number and Algebra: Number and Algebra.
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International Monetary Fund - Interactive Game: Aztec Market, Mexico City

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Philippine peso

Philippine peso - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The peso ( Filipino: piso ; sign: ₱; code: PHP) is the currency of the Philippines. It is subdivided into 100 centavos (Filipino: sentimo, Visayan: sentabo). Before 1967 as a former colony of the United States, the language used on the banknotes and coins was in English, and so the word "peso" was used.

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Japanese currency

Japanese currency

Japan's first formal currency system was the Kōchōsen (Japanese: 皇朝 , "Imperial currency"). It was exemplified by the adoption of Japan's first official coin type, the Wadōkaichin .

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Indonesian rupiah

Indonesian rupiah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The rupiah ( Rp) is the official currency of Indonesia. Issued and controlled by the Bank of Indonesia, the ISO 4217 currency code for the Indonesian rupiah is IDR. Informally, Indonesians also use the word " perak" ('silver' in Indonesian) in referring to rupiah.

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Chinese yuan

Chinese yuan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A yuan (Chinese: 元; pinyin: yuán) is also known colloquially as a kuai (Chinese: 块; pinyin: kuài; literally "lump"; originally a lump of silver). One yuan is divided into 10 jiao (Chinese: ; pinyin: jiǎo; literally "corner") or colloquially mao (Chinese: 毛; pinyin: máo "feather").

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The Australian Curriculum v5.2 Mathematics Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows

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"recognising the relationship between dollars and cents, and that not all countries use these denominations and divisions (for example Japanese Yen)"
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Chinese Money - Republic of China Coins in Circulation

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This is an image showing the coins which are currently used as money in Republic of China. This Chinese coinage is part of the monetary system used in Republic of China.
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Japanese coin dominoes | Asia Education Foundation

Japanese coin dominoes | Asia Education Foundation | Year 3 Maths: Currencies across the Asia region | Scoop.it
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Janpanese coins | Asia Education Foundation

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Thai baht

Thai baht - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The thai baht, like the pound, originated from a traditional unit of mass. Its currency value was originally expressed as that of silver of corresponding weight (now defined as fifteen grams), and was in use probably as early as the Sukhothai period in the form of bullet coins known in Thai as phot duang ( Thai: พดด้วง).

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Malaysian ringgit

Malaysian ringgit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Between 1995 and 1997, the ringgit was trading as a free float currency at around 2.50 to the U.S. dollar, before dipping to under 3.80 to the dollar by the end of 1997, following the year's East Asian financial crisis.

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Japanese yen

Japanese yen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yen is pronounced "en" in Japanese. The word ( Shinjitai: 円, Kyūjitai: 圓) literally means "round" in Japanese, as yuán does in Chinese or won in Korean. Originally, Chinese had traded silver in mass (see sycee) and when Spanish and Mexican silver coins arrived, the Chinese called them 圓 (silver round) for their circular shapes.

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Indian rupee

Indian rupee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

However, in the Assam, West Bengal, Tripura and Odisha the Indian rupee is officially known by names derived from the word टङ्क (ṭaṇkā), which means "money". Thus, the rupee is called টকা (ṭôkā) in Assamese, টাকা (ṭākā) in Bengali and ଟଙ୍କା (ṭaṇkā) in Oriya.

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Cambodian riel

Cambodian riel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The riel ( Khmer: រៀល; sign: ៛; code: KHR) is the currency of Cambodia. There have been two distinct riel, the first issued between 1953 and May 1975. Between 1975 and 1980, the country had no monetary system. A second currency, also named "riel", has been issued since April 1, 1980.

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