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A-Z of Maths Vocabulary: A Teacher's Survival Guide for the Primary Curriculum by Paul Broadbent
  

A-Z of Maths Vocabulary: A Teacher's Survival Guide for the Primary Curriculum

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A-Z of Maths Vocabulary: A Teacher's Survival Guide for the Primary Curriculum by Paul Broadbent

Do you pupils know the difference between a bar chart and a block graph? Are you familiar with sectors and segments? This teacher's survival guide gives you simple definitions with visual examples of the new primary curriculum maths terminology. Ordered alphabetically for easy reference, you won't want to be without it. This must-have resource: * contains full coverage of the new curriculum maths terminology * identifies words pupils need to understand and use for each key stage and topic * includes simple definitions with examples and diagrams for quick reference * is presented alphabetically for ease of use. Free supporting checklists that organise the words into year groups and content domains are available at www.keenkite.co.uk

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Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Paul Broadbent
More books by Paul Broadbent

Publisher

Keen Kite Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

30th June 2016

ISBN

9780008192662


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