Problem Solving Made Easy KS2 Ages 7-9 by Carol Vorderman
  

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Problem Solving Made Easy KS2 Ages 7-9 by Carol Vorderman

Introduce your child to practical maths problems with Problem Solving Made Easy Key Stage 2. Packed with real-life problems, this curriculum-linked workbook will help your child, think, explore, test and verify. This fun workbook covers a variety of lower Key Stage 2 maths topics, including decimals, area, time and money problems. These is plenty of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice too. Problem Solving Made Easy Key Stage 2 will boost your child's power of maths reasoning in a fresh and fun way. The best-selling Made Easy series of home-learning workbooks is closely linked to the national curriculum and makes learning easy and fun! Each title is packed with exercises and activities to strengthen your child's learning in school. A parents' section contains answers, tips and guidance so parents can support their child's learning.

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Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Carol Vorderman
More books by Carol Vorderman

Publisher

DK Children an imprint of Dorling Kindersley Ltd

Publication date

3rd March 2016

ISBN

9780241224984


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