# Recent Changes

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Entry 3 revision sheet (place value, ordering and comparing numbers) originally designed for a group of dyslexic maths learners, but useful for all Entry 3 students. The focus is on number skills along with language and spelling. Students are encouraged to use a code to show how much help (if any) they need with each question so they can see which skills they need to practise. Easy to use answer sheet for self-checking.

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I made this revision resource to support learners in a shorter number lesson. Includes step by step guides to rounding and other skills along with links to useful videos. Covers the following learning objectives:

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Covers all L1-2 N1 (Whole number) elements except ratio and proportion. Similar questions to v1 (see below) but different numbers.

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Learners round the same number to a several different degrees of precision. This reinforces that the important thing about rounding is what one is rounding **to**..

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This spreadsheet is designed to enable students to check their own work; but also to learn about what happens when you add two decimals, or multiply two fractions, and so on.

The spreadsheet consists of the following sheets:

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A set of real life problems written for construction students but suitable for any L1-2 Functional Maths students. Covers wages, hire purchase, savings accounts, metric measures, loans, and gas bills! Mapped to the FM criteria and linked to Elizabeth’s FM schemes of work (see below).

Mapped to the FM criteria. Could also be printed out as worksheets.

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A useful step by step guide – especially for multiplying and dividing as this is where students often forget what to do about the decimal points!

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A range of questions that I have designed for my Functional Skills Maths learners.The focus is on the four operations (+ – x ÷) with wide coverage of measures and money.

There are two sets of similar, but differentiated, questions so that learners at both both levels can complete them in the same lesson. Each set of questions cover several themes (dog show and music festival) followed by a set of mixed questions and a final page of stretch and challenge tasks.

**Editor’s note**

With curriculum mapping.

No answer sheet.

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Written for ESOL students with good basic numeracy skills who were taking the test without attending numeracy classes. However these notes are brilliant for any Level 2 numeracy student (who should also refer to the Level 1 notes – see below).

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A useful set of revision questions covering place value, fractions, percentages, number patterns and more (also L2 prime nos, factors).