In England the money is called pounds. One pound is like one dollar and 60 cents. Queen Elisabeth II is on the front. Instead of a paper dollar, the English people use a pound coin! They have a two pound coin! I used two pounds to get a fighter pod when we went shopping at Boswell’s, a big store with toys. – Max
Here is a two-pound coin. It is my favorite because it is two colors – gold and silver.
Here are four one-pound coins. They have different pictures on the back.
These coins are from biggest to smallest. The first on the left is worth 50 p (p stands for pence), the next one is worth 20 p, the next is 10 p, the next is 5 p, the next is 2 p, and the one on the bottom is 1 p.
Here is the paper money. They are worth 20 pounds, 10 pounds, and 5 pounds. The lady is Queen Elisabeth II. They all have ER on them. My dad thinks that ER means Elisabeth Regina which is Latin for Queen Elisabeth.