Heinemann Maths 3: Home Link-up by Scottish Primary Maths Group SPMG
  

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Heinemann Maths 3: Home Link-up by Scottish Primary Maths Group SPMG

This component of the Heinemann Mathematics series offers a strategy for home support of children's work in school. Whilst consolidating all aspects of the curriculum, the photocopiable homework activities also provide opportunities for children to use and apply their maths in problem-solving activities. The activities provide practice of key skills and techniques, are clearly linked to specific pages in the textbooks and workbooks, allowing for easy integration with class work, give parents an insight into the approach used in the Heinemann Mathematics series, and provide opportunities for children to work individually and at their own pace.

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Format

Spiral bound
96 pages

Author

Scottish Primary Maths Group SPMG
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

28th January 1997

ISBN

9780435021221


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