# Adult Numeracy, Functional Maths, and GCSE Resources

**133 resources**:

An updated version of 'Numeracy during the Summer' by Judith White (2006).

Numeracy during the summer. Keep your students’ skills going during the summer break with these ideas. One page for Entry Level learners, one for Levels 1/2.

Covers number, measures, shape and space, and data.

This revision aid for L1/L2 (mainly L2) Pearson Edexcel Functional Skills maths gives a side-by-side comparison of perimeter, area and volume, the sort of units that would be involved with each and a worked Functional Skills example of each with a PAV mnemonic for remembering which is which. I have also looked through the last few years of Pearson Edexcel FS for the sorts of questions that require each one.

Note: All images from Pixabay, so do not need crediting.

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A reading comprehension based on the BBC news website with related writing activities, one at E3 (informal letter) and one at L1-L2 (email).

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There is also some maths thrown in for good measure! A great resource for the start of (spring) term.

A set of robust questions covering plans / scale drawings, calculating area, finding the best prices, percentages, ratios and much more. Mapped to the L1 and L2 Functional Maths criteria. 12 questions spread across 4 tasks: Loft Conversion, Social Club, College Canteen and Living Room.

Entry level Functional Skills Maths on the theme of vehicles queuing up ready to board a ferry.

Covers many aspects of Functional Maths including: number, position & size, simple lists and charts, and time.

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Two versions available: E1-E2 and E2-E3.

With detailed Functional Maths mapping and teaching tips

**Updated 4/7/17 for the 2017 Championships** – dates and other info changed.

A gigantic worksheet / assessment pack based on Facts & Stats from the official Wimbledon site in 2016. Covers almost all aspects of Functional Maths and is split into differentiated sections covering Entry Level 2 to Level 2.

**Minor update 3/7/16** – extra line graph question and improved graph paper.

Comprehensive, step by step 12 page workbook.

Students must research their own budgets and local financial institutions before making major financial decision such as costing an event and taking out a loan to buy a car.

Covers money, decimals, ratio and percentages (interest rates). Fully mapped to E2-L1 Functional Maths.

Two differentiated investigations: one aimed at E3 learners, the other at L1.

Each covers a wide range of skills – including measures, bar charts, sell by dates, shapes and money. The L1 version includes a ‘best-buy’ section and fractions.

Adapted from previous Skillsworkshop resources including Easter Numeracy (Carrie Bray 2010) and Easter Eggs – Value for money? (Judith White, 2012). These can be found under “See also” below.**Tutor warning**

A short topical reading comprehension at two levels (L1/L2) and Entry 3 on the 29th February. The higher level text requires learners to write a short paragraph in a specific context. Some embedded maths is included. I have also added a short fact sheet about when Leap Years occur, for when someone asks those technical questions!

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With detailed curriculum mapping and answer sheet.

Based on three recent articles about sugar in food and drinks – with a special focus on high sugar drinks sold by popular High Street coffee shops.

The articles are followed by six pages of challenging differentiated questions for E3-L2 Functional Maths – all are based on the articles. Topics include large numbers; fraction, decimal & percentage equivalents, averages & range, extracting information from tables, and the four operations.

Also includes embedded Functional English.