Early maths. Counting, addition, subtraction, shapes. A
Author: Peter Robson
This textbook is suitable for students from seven to ten years. Each left-hand page shows methods with worked examples. The corresponding right-hand page gives questions for the student to try. Topics covered include: counting and number sequences; addition; subtraction; and shapes.
This dictionary includes explanations of over 200 mathematical words and phrases. Other features include: multiplication tables; table of squares and cubes; frequently-used fractions, decimals and percentages; metric and imperial units; simple coordinate graphs; angle and circle rules.
Author: L. Bostock,F. S. Chandler,A. Shepherd,Ewart Smith
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Part of the ST(P) graded series in mathematics, this book follows 1A and is intended to complete the coverage of Level 5 of the National Curriculum, most of Level 6 and about half of Level 7. Some of the work goes beyond Level 7, offering flexibility for those teachers who prefer to do the work at this stage in preparation for the tests at Key Stages 3 and 4.
A hilarious story about the bongleweed, a weird and wonderful plant that's threatening to take over the village. It's up to Becky and Jason to try and stop the wickedly wild weed before it's too late... * Helen Cresswell has been twice BAFTA-nominated for her tv adaptations of such books as The Demon Headmaster and The Phoenix and the Carpet.
The new edition has the following features to help teachers and students achieve success:7 An up-to-date communicative approach7 Clearly-stated lesson objectives7 Plenty of activities and exercises for vocabulary and grammar7 Practice for the four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking7 Authentic situations so language is learned in a Latin American context7 Checklists to minor progress7 Exercises for accurate pronunciation7 Encouragement of autonomous learning and assessmentZena Moore is an experienced teacher of Spanish at all levels in secondary schools in Trinidad and Tobago.
Maths for SATS, 11+ and Common Entrance is for children who are sitting SATS Key Stage 2: levels 3-5, Key Stage 3: levels 3-6, 11+, Common Entrance and scholarship examinations. 6 workbooks follow the teaching methods used by AE Tuition. A teaching and learning method explains each topic with exercises to measure progress and understanding.
The format of Mental Arithmetic differs from that of traditional mental arithmetic materials in that pupils read the questions themselves, use rough paper for workings out, and write down their answers. It provides intensive practice in all areas of the maths curriculum.
A comprehensive teaching and learning course, this work aims to build child's spelling and vocabulary expertise; boost verbal reasoning, comprehension and word power skills; and provide a wider vocabulary for creative writing. It aims to offer spelling and vocabulary skills for state 11+ examinations and independent schools examinations.
Author: Dr Joseph Yeo,Teh Keng Seng,Loh Cheng Yee,Ivy Chow,Neo Chai Meng,Jacinth Liew
Publisher: Shing Lee Publishers Pte Ltd
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
New Syllabus Mathematics (Normal Academic) is a series of textbooks and workbooks designed to prepare students for the Singapore-Cambridge GCE N-level and O-level examinations. Together with the textbook, the workbook will provide students with ample practice to apply the various skills and concepts learnt to solving problems in both examination and real-life situations. The workbook contains the following features: PRACTISE NOW The Practise Now questions in the workbook, which are closely linked to the worked examples in the textbook, provide students with further practice. REVIEW EXERCISE The Review Exercise in each chapter serves to consolidate the learning of concepts. ACTIVITY Activity is included, where appropriate, to encourage independent learning.
With comprehensive coverage of spelling, punctuation and grammar, Junior English offers a range of exercises of varying complexity. An engaging series that is perfect for teaching the principles of English.
Written to match the contents of the Cambridge syllabus. Pure Mathematics 1 corresponds to unit P1. It covers quadratics, functions, coordinate geometry, circular measure, trigonometry, vectors, series, differentiation and integration.