KS1 Problem Solving Book 1 by Anne Forster, Paul Martin


KS1 Problem Solving Book 1 by Anne Forster, Paul Martin

KS1 Problem Solving is a progressive series of books which help children to sharpen their mathematical skills by applying their knowledge to a range of 'real-life' situations such as shopping and telling the time. KS1 Problem Solving Book 1 would be suitable for children moving from the Early Years Foundation Stage to KS1 and those already in KS1. The book includes: addition and subtraction to 20, counting money and calculating change, days of the week and estimating time, 2-D shapes, weight and capacity.

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31 pages


Anne Forster, Paul Martin
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Publication date

11th July 2002



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