# Adult Numeracy, Functional Maths, and GCSE Resources

**771 resources**:

6 very useful, multi-stage topic-based Functional Maths questions. (Each question has 2 or 3 parts)

Covers a wide range of skills including money, distance charts, conversion graphs, and percentages.

Ideal for assessment or revision.

**Editor’s note**

With answer sheet and suggested marks. This is just one of a set of 10 worksheets.

16 very useful multiple choice, topic-based Functional Maths questions.

Covers scale drawings (ruler required), ratios and direct proportion.

Ideal for assessment or revision.

**Editor’s note**

No answer sheet.

This is just one of a set of 10 worksheets.

A collection of worksheets asking students to cut out and put the items in order using a given criterion. More able students can measure the items.

A Functional Skills based project aimed at my Public Service students who are going to be on a Stewarding course. I linked some questions about rotas and timetables with a question about steward to crowd ratios to tie in with their short course.

12 very useful multiple choice, topic-based Functional Maths questions.

Covers money, large numbers, money conversions, subtracting decimals, ordering, and rounding.

Ideal for assessment or revision.

**Editor’s note**

No answer sheet.

This is just one of a set of 10 worksheets.

12 very useful multiple choice, topic-based Functional Maths questions.

Covers estimating proportion / fractions, equivalents, and fractions of amounts.

Ideal for assessment or revision.

**Editor’s note**

No answer sheet.

This is just one of a set of 10 worksheets.

A very useful answer sheet (in Excel) for the World Cup ages: mean median mode and range resource from Hamid Hamitoglu.

I have created a small revision booklet on some of the topics that come up at Level 1 and 2 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths exams. This pack can be used for learners to complete self directed study or can be used alongside lessons. I have left it generic so can be adapted to suit different vocations.

An interesting meld of description, investigation, paired discussion and tasks.

Ideal introduction to L1 averages – also useful at high E3.

Adapted from one page of Nikki Gilbey’s **Data Collection and Averages – functional tasks** (listed below under **See also**).

Very topical and challenging set of tasks based on a news report about the new 5p charge for plastic carrier bags introduced in England on October 5 2015.

Questions range from Entry 3 to high Level 2 and cover dates, large numbers, bar charts, averages, interpreting data in tables, mean average and percentages. It also challenges learners’ reading and English comprehension skills. Bar chart question requires graph paper or Excel.