The aim of the Functional Skills in maths qualifications are to equip learners with the confidence to develop and apply their maths knowledge and skills to new situations in their life and work. The assessments therefore focus on functionality and the application of skills as articulated by the Functional Skills criteria in maths.
Here are just some of the resources and lessons a learner can work through in the Functional Skills maths suite:
- 2D Shapes
- 3D Shapes
- Adding Fractions to get a whole
- Addition
- Addition And Multiplication: Darts
- Addition and Subtraction
- Addition: Through Prices
- Addition: Coins
- Addition: Planning Meals
- Addition: Shopping
- AM and PM
- Appropriate Mathematical Procedures
- Budgeting: Christmas
- Budgeting: Family Holiday
- Budgeting: Furnishing a House
- Business Costs: Exam Style Questions
- Buying and Selling Things in a Newspaper
- Buying Houses
- Calculate My Number
- Calculate the Mean and Range
- Calculate the Mean of a Data Set Using a Calculator
- Calculating Percentages: Income Tax
- Calculating the Median and Mode
- Cancelling Fractions
- Car Park Costs: Exam Style Questions
- Christmas Budgeting
- Circumference and Area of Circles
- Collect and Represent Discrete an Continuous Data
- Combined Events
- Common Factors
- Common Multiples
- Compare the Mean and Range of Two Distributions
- Compound Interest
- Convert Between Imperial Units
- Convert Between Metric and Imperial Measures
- Convert Metric and Imperial Units
- Converting Between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
- Converting From Standard Form
- Converting Recurring Decimals into Fractions.
- Counting: Coins
- Counting: Counters
- Cube Numbers
- Cube Numbers and Cube Roots
- Deciding on methods, Operation and Tools
- Decimal Rounding
- Decimals: Adding and Subtracting
- Density, Mass and Volume
- Difference Of Two Squares (DOTS) Expanding
- Distinguishing Between Events
- Dividing by Decimals
- Dividing Power of 10
- Division
- Division and Multiplication Themes
- Division: Dividing Bills
- Division: Sharing Sweets
- Division: Building
- Drawing Conclusions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Estimating by Rounding
- Evaluating Powers
- Even Numbers
- Expanding and Simplifying
- Expanding Double Brackets
- Expanding Single Brackets
- Experimental Probability
- Factorising
- Factors
- Finding Averages From Frequency Tables
- Finding Equivalent Fractions
- Fractions
- Generating Linear Sequences
- Highest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple
- Highest Common Factors
- Identify the Value of Digits in Decimals
- Identifying Factors and Multiples
- Increasing/Decreasing by Percentages Using a Calculator
- Index Laws
- Index Laws and Algebra
- Index Numbers (Powers)
- Indices
- Indices and Roots
- Inequalities
- Information in Graphs & Charts
- Interpret Line Graphs for Real-Life Situations
- Interpret Results and Solutions
- Interpreting Dual Bar Charts
- Limits of Accuracy
- Linear nth Term.
- Lowest Common Multiples
- Make An Initial Model of a Situation Using Suitable Forms of Representation
- Manipulating Decimals
- Measurements-Conversion
- Measuring
- Multiples
- Multiples: Factors and Prime Numbers
- Multiplication and Division Facts
- Multiplication: Games
- Multiplication: Wages
- Multiply Whole Numbers
- Multiplying Decimals by Decimals
- Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers
- Multiplying Double Digits
- Multiplying Double Digits by Triple Digits
- Multiplying Power of 10
- Multiplying Triple Digits by Triple Digits
- Negative Number Arithmetic: Bank Balance
- Negative Numbers
- Negative Numbers: Depth
- Negative Numbers: Temperature
- Odd Numbers
- One Number as a Percentage of Another.
- Ordering
- Patterns in Numbers
- Percentage of an Amount
- Percentage: Interest
- Percentages
- Percentages: Sales
- Pictograms
- Planning a Coach Journey
- Prime Factors
- Prime Numbers
- Probability: Estimate the Number of Times an Event Will Occur
- Probability: Find the Probability of an Event Using Relative Frequency
- Probability: Listing All Outcomes for Single Event Systematically
- Product and Sum
- Pythagoras' Theorem: Shorter Side Decimals
- Pythagoras' Theorem
- Ratio
- Ratios: Splitting Money
- Recognise Mathematical Situations
- Recognise the Advantages and Disadvantages Between Measures of Average
- Recognising Negative Numbers
- Recognising Patterns
- Rounding to 1 Decimal Place
- Rounding to 2 Decimal Places
- Rounding to 2 Decimal Places
- Rounding to 3 Decimal Places
- Rounding to One Significant Figure
- Rounding to the Nearest Whole Number
- Rounding to Three Significant Figures
- Rounding to Two Significant Figures
- Sample Space Diagrams
- Scatter Graphs
- Select an Approriate Method to Draw Graphs from Given Data
- Shade Fractions on a Grid
- Shapes
- Share an Amount in the Ratio
- Significant Figures
- Simple Formulae
- Simple Interest
- Simplifying Fractions
- Square Numbers
- Square Roots
- Subtracting Fractions from 1
- Subtraction: Change From Notes
- Subtraction: Sales
- Subtraction: Temperature
- The 24 Hour Clock
- Time and the 24 Hour Clock
- Time in Words
- Two Way Tables
- Types of Data
- Understand and Use Numbers: BIDMAS
- Understand and Use Numbers: Division of Positive Integers
- Understand and Use Numbers: Equivalent fractions
- Understand and Use Numbers: Multiplication of Positive Integers
- Understand and Use Numbers: Number Terminology
- Understand and Use Numbers: Ordering Fractions
- Understand and Use Whole Numbers: Time tables
- Understand Equivalent Fractions
- Understand What is Meant by Even, Odd
- Values and Assumptions
- Volume of a Cuboid
- Volume of a Cuboid Missing Side
- Volume of a Cylinder
- Volume of a Cylinder Missing Height
- Volume of a Cylinder Missing Radius
- Volume of a Pyramid
- Volume of a Pyramid - Missing Height
- Volume of a Pyramid Missing Base
- Volume of a Sphere
- Volume of a Triangular Prism
- What Time Is It?
- Which Fraction is Bigger?
- Which Power is Bigger?
- Write Probabilities in Words or Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
- Writing a Number in Words or Figures
- plus a lot more...
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