There are lots of different methods to do long multiplication. This activity helps you perfect one- the grid method. It also tests you on your car knowledge! Grid multiplication for car lovers!

This exercise involves reading and analysing data from charts, calculating averages and percentages and estimating length. It will also help you with the Driving Theory Test and hopefully help you to stay safe when you are driving.

There is an interactive version here and a worksheet version here.

Everybody is feeling the pinch at the moment. Try this interactive Money Saving Transport Quiz to see if you can save some cash! Here is the same exercise in worksheet format.

Here’s some timetable problems. I like the use of the time-line to show students how to calculate the answer.

See if you can read the tyre gauges correctly.

Can you read speedometers? Try this simple quiz.

Do you think you are ready to start studying Numeracy at Level 2 in either Functional Skills or Adult Numeracy? If so have a go at this self assessment. If you get more than 50% right, then you probably should be in a Level 2 class. This decision will be up to your teacher- this assessment is purely for your own benefit as it would be possible to do it lots of times and learn the answers without learning the maths! If you get a score above 80% you are probably ready to try some practice tests. If you are studying Functional Skills find out which exam board you college uses and visit their website to find some practice tests or past papers. If you score less than 50% don’t despair- try the Level 1 self assessment.

This assessment is set in the context of driving a taxi- but it is suitable for anyone to try.

Here’s a great interactive resource to help you understand mileage charts.