Functional Skills Maths - Multiple Choice Quizzes

Functional Skills Maths - Multiple Choice Quizzes

Functional Skills A set of multiple choice quizzes that I created for Functional Skills Mathematics, covering the mathematical topics as revision for functionality. Equally they can be used at any level for starters, fillers, or just a bit of fun. (All images are mine, I think, and mostly taken by me.)
colinbillett
Functional Skills Maths - Multiple Choice Quizzes

Functional Skills Maths - Multiple Choice Quizzes

Functional Skills A set of multiple choice quizzes that I created for Functional Skills Mathematics, covering the mathematical topics as revision for functionality. Equally they can be used at any level for starters, fillers, or just a bit of fun. (All images are mine, I think, and mostly taken by me.)
colinbillett
Using Formulae

Using Formulae

A work sheet that utilises a range of formulae from simple shapes to more complex speed/distance/acceleration etc to introduce the concept formulas, the power of generalisation, and being able to intuitively rearrange them. Lots of questions with answers.
colinbillett
Maths Percentages: Functional Skills, GCSE Foundation, KS3

Maths Percentages: Functional Skills, GCSE Foundation, KS3

Presentation with 52 slides and around fifty questions covering basic concepts of percentages, including fractional and decimal equivalents. Simple questions to develop fluency, misconceptions to correct, simple applications and written problems. Each slide followed by solution slide. Plus a clone of the questions in Word and as a PDF for further practise. So around 100 questions in total, with plenty of repetition and plenty of new questions slotted in. Plus answers for printing or otherwise. Originally produced for Functional Skills Levels 1 & 2 but entirely suitable for other groups. Easily editable into four different lessons for revisiting at a later date.
colinbillett
Maths GCSE Ratio. Part (b) Reducing ratios into their simplest form.

Maths GCSE Ratio. Part (b) Reducing ratios into their simplest form.

Maths GCSE Ratio. Part (b) Reducing ratios into their simplest form. Continuing with ratio, with lots of questions, also acting as a reminder and revision of KS3 Ratio. Plus plenty of genuine exam style questions. Simply as is says - simplifying ratios, with PowerPoint introduction and follow-up worksheet.
colinbillett
Maths Key Stage 2 Fractions.  Improper fractions and mixed numbers.  Full lesson with presentation.

Maths Key Stage 2 Fractions. Improper fractions and mixed numbers. Full lesson with presentation.

Colourful presentation with lots of images to show the relationship between mixed numbers and improper fractions, plus two worksheets covering the specs for year 5. A full lesson of stuff. Specification, fractions year 5: 'recognise mixed numbers and improper fractions and convert from one form to the other and write mathematical statements > 1 as a mixed number [for example, 2/5 + 4/5 = 6/5 = 1 1/5]' Great for revision in year 6 and above.
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Maths KS2 multiply fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers.  Presentation, worksheet, answers!

Maths KS2 multiply fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers. Presentation, worksheet, answers!

Maths National Curriculum Multiplying fractions Year 5 'multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers, supported by materials and diagrams' Clear, concise and colourful presentation giving a variety of real scenarios with appropriate images and photographs to give the learners opportunities the ability to see this topic from a variety of positions. And hopefully the learners will develop alternative ways to find solutions. Plus a worksheet of questions, and another file with the answers. Meets the criteria for Year 5, but invaluable for revision in year 6 and in Key Stages 3 and 4.
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Maths KS2 and above. Fraction equivalences and simple addition.  Powerpoint for class discussion.

Maths KS2 and above. Fraction equivalences and simple addition. Powerpoint for class discussion.

Fifty slides in a PowerPoint for class discussion of equivalent fractions leading to simple addition of fractions. Nothing complicated - made for class activity and discussion. Get the learners to answer on mini-whiteboards or simply answering each question. Fully illustrated, with answer pictures for each question, as well as repeat slides for the learners to come up with answers. And designed for working in the head of the learner rather than pencil and paper. (Too much time is often spent with pencils and not enough talking.)
colinbillett
Maths KS2, KS3 and GCSE. Addition and subtraction of fractions; warm-up, presentation, worksheet.

Maths KS2, KS3 and GCSE. Addition and subtraction of fractions; warm-up, presentation, worksheet.

Fractions addition and subtraction with different denominators. KS2 Year 6, but great for revision in KS3, and essential for foundation GCSE, and not a few higher candidates would benefit too. Warm up worksheet that asks the learners to find common multiples and common factors, through word questions. Colourful presentation covering the definitions of a fraction, and why the numerator has to be the same. One example, and then a small selection for the learners to find the lowest common denominator. Finally a worksheet for the learners to try out, or revise, these new skills. Does not include addition of mixed numbers - all simple results less than one. All worksheets in Word and PDF, and all answers included! Year 6 specs say: 'use common multiples to express fractions in the same denomination add and subtract fractions with different denominators'
colinbillett
Maths KS2 and above, fractions.  Two quizzes in powerpoint, illustrated + ans. Great for discussion.

Maths KS2 and above, fractions. Two quizzes in powerpoint, illustrated + ans. Great for discussion.

Two simple multiple-choice quizzes covering addition and subtraction. The first is simple halves, quarters and eighths; the second covers halves, third, sixths, fifths and tenths. Aimed at year 5, but great for revision in year 6 before they search for common denominators. And good for KS3 and KS4 revision. Illustrated throughout, with answer slides after each question.
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