Collins Maths Dictionary by Kay Gardner


Collins Maths Dictionary by Kay Gardner

Built on the strengths of Collins best-selling Maths Dictionary by Kay Gardner, Collins Maths Dictionary is packed with the vocabulary definitions recommended for Years 3 to 6. * Contains over 375 entries following the yearly vocabulary recommended for Years 3 to 6 and beyond * Headwords, guidewords and a thumb index follow important dictionary conventions and support independent use * Includes introductory sections for teachers, pupils and parents * For ages 7+


Every classroom needs a mathematical dictionary suited to the age of the children... As well as being useful for the children to look up meanings of words, it will be on hand when the teacher needs to refer to it. Department of Education and Skills

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192 pages


Kay Gardner
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Publication date

1st July 2005



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