KS2 Problem Solving Book 4 by Ann Montague-Smith
  

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KS2 Problem Solving Book 4 by Ann Montague-Smith

Key Stage 2 Problem Solving is a series of graded activity books helping children to sharpen their mathematical skills. It encourages them to apply their maths skills to a range of 'real-life' situations, such as shopping and keeping score in games. Key Stage 2 Problem Solving Book 4 is particularly suitable for children who are preparing for the transition to Key Stage 3, and covers: reflection, translation, rotation of shapes, averages (mode/median/mean), metric-imperial conversions, percentages and decimal numbers, converting fractions, probability and using a calculator.

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Format

Paperback
27 pages

Author

Ann Montague-Smith
More books by Ann Montague-Smith

Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

31st January 2008

ISBN

9780721711386


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