# Maths Home Learning Activities We have ten maths exercises to keep you busy. You can download each sheet and fill in the answers. You can also write your answers on a sheet of paper if you aren't able to use a printer.

Good luck!

Draw the shapes in the correct spaces in the hoops over here

Can you find the right word to match up with the number? Draw a line to link each pair over here.

Complete the missing numbers on the trail over here.

Practice your number writing skills over here.

We have some counting activities for you over here.

There is a number sequencing puzzle over here.

We are now going to order some numbers up to 20 over here.

This task will help you to order number up to 10. You can find the sheet over here.

Finally we are going to order some numbers fron 1 to 10 over here.
We have plenty of maths activities to keep you busy. Please download the files that are linked below and print them off. If you don't have a printer then your answers can be written on a piece of paper.

The first activity over here is a number grid. Please fill in the missing numbers.

Next we have some addition sums over here. You can use the number line to work out the answers.

There is a subtraction exercise over here. This also uses the number to help you work out the sums.

Now let us look at some number bonds and subtraction facts over here.

We are sticking with number bonds over here, working on numbers from 10 to 20.

There is a doubling and halving exercise for you to work on over here.

Some more doubling and halving questions can be found over here.

Missing numbers are up next. Try and solve the missing numbers in the sums over here.

There are some multiplication sums to be solved over here. Read the questions carefully and think about what calculations you need to make.

Finally we have an exercise over here to help you read and write numbers from 1 to 100.
We have ten online worksheets for you to work through. They can be downloaded and printed off at home, or you can write your answers on a sheet of paper.

Let's start by finding one more or one less on the worksheet over here.

We can continue this learning by finding ten more or ten less over here.

Ordering numbers is a key maths skill. This exercise over here will help you to order numbers from 0 to 100.

We are now going to look at place value of digits in two digit numbers over here.

This next exercise will look at addition and subtraction. The worksheet over here explains how they are both inverse operations.

A similar inverse operation challenge can be found over here.

The worksheet over here will help you with halving and doubling two digit numbers.

Our next focus is on money. Your challenge over here is to make up a set amount of money using a variety of coins.

The final maths piece of work involves sorting objects using more than one criterion. You can view the exercise over here.
Here is the home learning for any students studying maths at M3 level. The files can be downloaded and printed off. You can also write your answers on paper if you prefer.

The first task is to complete the table over here to find 1, 10 and 1,000 more.

Next up we have some number ordering. Look at the document over here, and then order the numbers to 1,000. Start with the smallest first.

The next task is tricky. You need to round up numbers to the nearest 10 and 100. The worksheet can be found over here.

We are now going to look at three digit numbers and the value of each number. The challenge over here is to write the value of each digit.

Time for some mental maths. The exercise over here requires you to find the missing digits when you are adding and subtracting numbers.

Column addition is very important in maths. We have a sheet for you to complete over here.

The challenge over here is to derive and use doubles and halves to 100.

We are going to use a number line for this next activity. It will help us to answer the division calculations over here.

Venn and Carroll diagrams are a great way for grouping together data. The worksheet over here will test your skills.

Finally we are going to work on some data interpretation. The tables over here will be able to test you.

We will start with some counting using negative numbers. Access the worksheet over here and complete the number sequences.

The next task looks at number sequences. The worksheet over here requires you to describe and extend number sequences.

The exercise over here challenges you to find 0.1, 1, 10, 100, 1000 less.

We are now going to use a number line to estimate numbers beyond 1,000. The worksheet is available over here.

Now we are going to look at rounding numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1,000. You can access the worksheet over here.

Place value to tens, hundreds and thousands is up next. You can download the worksheet over here.

Ordering decimals to two decimal points is our next challenge. You can find the work over here.

We are now going to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. This work is available to download over here.

Finally the worksheet over here asks you to add three digit numbers mentally.
We have four past exam papers for students studying Maths Functional Skills Level 1. Calculators can be used for two of these, with the other two asking you not to use your calculator. You can download and print off the papers, or prepare your answers on paper if you don't have access to a printer.

Calculator Paper 1

Calculator Paper 2

Non-Calculator Paper 1

Non-Calculator Paper 2
Students studying Maths Functional Skills Level 2 can work through the fur past-exam papers below. We have two calculator papers, and two non-calculator papers. The files can be downloaded and printed off at home. You could also write your answers on a sheet of paper if you prefer.

Calculator Paper 1

Calculator Paper 2

Non-Calculator Paper 1

Non-Calculator Paper 2