Caribbean Primary Maths Kindergarten Pupil Book A by Dorleon, Natasha Lewis
  

Caribbean Primary Maths Kindergarten Pupil Book A

Written by Dorleon, Natasha Lewis
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Caribbean Primary Maths Kindergarten Pupil Book A by Dorleon, Natasha Lewis

The most popular maths course in the region, up-to-date with the needs of the modern classroom delivering today's curricula. - Clear progression through graded Pupil Books developing skills from initial concepts through to end-of-primary-school examinations - Encourages pupils to explore mathematics through practical hands-on activities - Develops problem-solving skills and helps pupils connect mathematics to the real world - Tracks progress through clear and continuous assessment As of January 2015 this and other selected titles for Caribbean schools became part of Hodder Education.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Dorleon, Natasha Lewis
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Publisher

Ginn an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

21st May 2009

ISBN

9780602269739


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