# AN MSS1/L1.1 Add, subtract, multiply & divide sums of money and record

MSS1/L1.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide sums of money and record (a) understand place value of whole numbers and decimals up to two decimal places but recognise that money is written either as a whole number or to two decimal places, e.g. £5 or £5.00, but not £5.0 (b) know that, for column addition and subtraction, decimals should be aligned by the decimal point

A differentiated resource to recap many number & measure skills and to help learners with the skills needed when looking for or applying for a job.

There are 6 questions in both the L1 and L2 version – working out weekly pay, annual salary, tax payable, comparing pay to JSA (Job Seeker’s Allowance), reading/completing a bus timetable and correcting a job acceptance letter (L1 Functional English proof reading).

Revision of all 4 number functions (+,-,x,÷). Originally aimed at JobCentrePlus Upskill clients but suitable for all. Contexts include office, fast food restaurant, and care home The first page is adapted from Liverpool Community College Flexipacks. All other work is original.

**Editor’s note**

Includes Functional Maths mapping (E3-L2)

A straightforward addition and subtraction worksheet which can be used a starter or a worksheet for adult learners. Also useful for teenagers doing budgeting, independent living, etc.

I put this together to explore number calculations and word problems with a mixed group of adult learners, looking at estimating, ways of checking your calculations and ways of reversing calculations.

An activity to explore money management and negative numbers. Be prepared to signpost students if need be.

The activity starts with discussing who is most likely to get into debt and then by recognising that anyone can if they don’t have good money skills.

A contextualised set of Functional Maths tasks for Hairdressing or Beauty students.

Includes:

- Counting up money and making up floats
- Adding up prices and working out change
- Extracting information from a table

An alternative version of this worksheet is also available (Handling cash in a garage).

Both worksheets are linked to the “Working with Decimals” lesson plan and PPT by Charlotte Gustar (listed under **See also** below).

A contextualised set of Functional Maths tasks for Motor Vehicle students. Includes:

- Counting up money and making up floats
- Adding up prices and working out change
- Extracting information from a table

An alternative version of this worksheet is also available (Handling cash in a salon).

Both worksheets are linked to the “Working with Decimals” lesson plan and PPT by Charlotte Gustar (listed under **See also** below).

Work out the cost of carpeting a flat (compound shapes) and seeding and fencing a rectangular lawn.

The step by step problem solving approach also makes this ideal for underpinning L1 Functional Maths – although the scaffolded worksheet on page 2 can be removed for confident students or for assessment purposes. It also provides useful practice with extracting information from a room plan and price list.

Fully mapped to L1 adult numeracy and Functional Maths.

Great for Functional Maths and/or employability classes, this set of resources explore the different levels of the minimum wage. A PPT introduces the topic and demonstrates how to solve some sample problems about the wages bill of a sandwich shop with 4 employees aged between 16 and 35. (Adding up and multiplying money).

The accompanying worksheet provides further practice and consolidation and includes extension questions.

Two workbooks, both with an accompanying PPT. Directly related, in terms of theory, to the VRQ qualification, the Foundation Diploma and also ABC Level 1 Catering.

**Profit and loss** workbook covers gross profit, net profit, percent gross profit and calculating selling prices of a dish.

[img_assist|nid=4265|title=|desc=|link=popup|align=left|width=47|height=100]*How do I cost a dish?* workbook covers costing individual ingredients and entire dish along with extension activities.