Use a calculator to calculate using whole numbers and decimals to solve problems in context, and to check calculations (a) Know how to key in and interpret money calculations e.g. key in 85p as 0.85, interpret 8.2 as £8.20 (b) Understand that a calculator will sometimes display a string of digits after the decimal point, and that it is only necessary (at this level) to read the first two, e.g. 1.33333333 is £1.33 (c) Know and use strategies to check answers obtained with a calculator

Costing Paint Webquest

Submitted by Phil Bird on Sun, 2016-01-24 15:39

Numeracy: Functional Maths - measures, shape, money, Functional Maths - number, MSS1/L1.9, MSS1/L2.8, N2/E3.4, N2/L1.11, N2/L2.10

Context: Painting Decorating & DIY

Level: E3, L1, L2

Resource type: Investigation or project, Worksheet or assignment

In this activity, learners have to calculate how much paint is required for a specified job, find prices from different sources and work out total prices. This can then be compared.

How much per week?

Submitted by Carrie Bray on Mon, 2011-03-28 09:11

Numeracy: Functional Maths - measures, shape, money, Functional Maths - number, N2/E3.3, MSS1/E3.2, MSS1/L1.1, N2/E3.4, N2/L1.5

Context: Employment skills & Public services

Level: E3, L1

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Working out weekly wages and then comparing, ordering and rounding your results. Includes information on the UK minimum wage – which makes an ideal discussion prompt.

Village Fair - calculator calculations

Submitted by Jeanette Edwards on Fri, 2008-10-17 15:52

Numeracy: Calculators, N1/E2.8, N2/E3.4, N2/L1.11

Context: Leisure Travel Tourism, Voluntary & Charity

Level: E2, E3, L1

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Village Fair – calculator calculations is a great way to practise money based problem solving on a calculator. It is followed by a fun set (30+ problems) of ‘calculator words’ where you must complete the given calculation and then turn your calculator upside down!

It could be you!

Submitted by Anne Hodgson on Sun, 2007-02-18 16:19

Numeracy: MSS1/E3.1, N2/E3.4

Literacy: Wt/E1.1, Wt/E2.1

General: Autistic spectrum support, Generic resources for literacy, numeracy and beyond

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1, E2, E3

Entry level lottery activity that involves deciding how you are going to spend the money. Structured, with fill-in boxes for expenditure etc.
Written for learners on the autistic spectrum (who often find it particularly difficult to infer meaning that is not explicitly stated) but suitable for many literacy and/or numeracy students.

Where did we go on holiday?

Submitted by Judith White on Fri, 2006-09-22 16:11

Numeracy: N1/E3.2, HD1/L1.3, N1/E1.7, N1/E2.6, HD1/L1.4, N1/E3.7, HD1/L2.3, N1/E2.2, N1/E3.9, HD1/E2.5, HD1/E3.2, N1/L1.3, N1/L2.4, HD1/E3.4, N2/E3.4, HD1/L1.2, MSS1/E3.4, N2/L1.11, HD1/L2.2, N2/L2.10, MSS1/L1.5, MSS1/L2.6

Free tags: Summer

Context: Leisure Travel Tourism

Level: E1, E2, E3, L1, L2

Resource type: Lesson plan, Teaching idea

A differentiated whole group (E1 – L2) activity that’s ideal for the first class after the summer break.

Christmas parcels, cards and presents

Submitted by Di Mellor on Thu, 2003-12-11 00:00

Numeracy: HD1/E2.1, N2/E3.3, MSS1/E2.2, HD1/E3.1, MSS1/E3.1, HD1/L1.1, MSS1/L1.1, N2/E3.4, N2/L1.5, N2/L1.11, MSS1/L1.4

Free tags: Christmas

Level: E2, E3, L1

Resource type: Investigation or project, Worksheet or assignment

Great series of differentiated assignments (2 each at Entry 2, Entry 3 and Level 1) using the Royal Mail web site or leaflets (last posting dates, parcel prices) for the postage assignments, and an Argos (or similar) catalogue for the Christmas present assignment. Topics covered include reading tables, weighing, working with decimals and money, using calculators.

Updated in 2007 to reflect new postal rates but you wil need to get the lastest price list from the Royal Mail http://www.royalmail.com/

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