Oxford Primary Maths Dictionary by Peter Patilla
  

Oxford Primary Maths Dictionary

Written by Peter Patilla

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7-11 (Year 3-6, KS 2-3). Newly updated this illustrated dictionary brings to life and demystifies over 650 concepts and terms children will encounter in Key Stage 2 maths. It can also give valuable support for parents helping with homework.

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Oxford Primary Maths Dictionary by Peter Patilla

A fresh new look for this best-selling dictionary which contains over 650 up-to-date words and concepts. Each entry is in alphabetical order and along with a clear and straightforward definition, has a fun and informative colour illustration or diagram to help explain the meaning. Cross references link to other useful words in this dictionary so it is easy to build up maths vocabulary quickly. The colourful, modern design and simple layout make it easy to find the word you need, and fully understand it. This is an essential and invaluable tool that demystifies maths and explains terminology and concepts in an accessible way for primary children.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Peter Patilla
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st May 2008

ISBN

9780192733535

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