Bills, Statements, Credit, Debit GCSE 9-1 AQA Exam Style Task Cards & Starter

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This is a set of thirteen different task cards on bills, pay statements, bank statements, credit and debit in which pupils need to find the missing values.

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GCSE 9-1 Maths Exam Bills, Statements, Credit, Debit (Task Cards)

This is a set of thirteen different task cards covering the topic of bills, pay statements, bank statements, credit and debit in which pupils need to find the missing values.
This download also includes a free complementary basic starter activity “9-1 New Spec Bills, Statement Quick Fire Questions”. Pupils complete these ten quick fire questions, as a teacher led activity I recommend pupils answer on mini white boards. We recommend you use the starter provided to ensure terminology such as debit and credit are understood and methods are discussed with each question prior to pupils completing the task cards
. Each question helps to introduce terminology and recap basic skills of addition, subtraction and multiplication in relation to bills, pay statements and bank statements as required in the new GCSE 9-1 mathematics specification. Pupils will then be able to independently or in pairs tackle the task cards. The task cards can be printed and laminated so they can be used again.

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