Course Content
Theme 1 – Numeration
Theme 2 – Roman-Numerals
Theme 3 – Addition and Subtraction
Theme 4 – Multiplication
Theme 5 – Division
Theme 6 – Factors and Multiples
Theme 7 – Fractions
Theme 8 – Decimals
Theme 9 – Money
Theme 10 – Time
Theme 11 – Measurements
Theme 12 – Area and Perimeter
Theme 13 – Introduction of Geometry
Theme 14 – Polygons
Theme 15 – Data Interpretation
Mathematics – 4
About Lesson

 Theme 9: Money in Class 4 Math


The study of money is a practical and essential aspect of mathematics, connecting mathematical concepts to real-world applications. In Class 4, students delve into the world of currency, learning about its denominations, value, and various operations involving money.

  1. Recognizing Coins and Bills:

   –  Identification:  Learning to recognize and distinguish different coins and bills.

   –  Value:  Understanding the value associated with each coin and bill.

  1. Counting Money:

   –  Counting Coins:  Developing proficiency in counting a collection of coins.

   –  Counting Bills:  Extending counting skills to include paper currency.

  1. Making Change:

   –  Change Calculation:  Learning how to make change when a purchase is made.

   –  Real-World Scenarios:  Applying change-making skills to everyday situations.

  1. Adding and Subtracting Money:

   –  Adding Money:  Performing addition operations with amounts of money.

   –  Subtracting Money:  Performing subtraction operations involving money.

  1. Word Problems Involving Money:

   –  Practical Scenarios:  Solving word problems related to money transactions.

   –  Critical Thinking:  Developing critical thinking skills in financial problem-solving.

  1. Budgeting and Spending:

   –  Budget Concept:  Understanding the idea of budgeting and managing money.

   –  Decision-Making:  Making informed decisions about spending based on available funds.

  1. Multiplying and Dividing Money:

   –  Multiplication with Money:  Understanding multiplication in the context of money.

   –  Division with Money:  Applying division principles to money-related scenarios.

  1. Financial Literacy:

   –  Saving Money:  Introducing the concept of saving and its importance.

   –  Earning Money:  Understanding the basics of earning and income.

  1. Comparing and Ordering Money:

   –  Comparing Amounts:  Comparing the values of different amounts of money.

   –  Ordering Amounts:  Arranging money amounts in ascending or descending order.

  1. Practical Applications:

   –  Grocery Shopping:  Simulating grocery shopping scenarios to practice money skills.

   –  Creating a “Store”:  Engaging in role-play activities involving buying and selling.


The study of money in Class 4 integrates mathematical concepts into everyday life, fostering financial literacy and numeracy skills. Through hands-on activities, problem-solving, and practical applications, students gain a deeper understanding of the value and use of money, setting a foundation for responsible financial decision-making.