First Mental Arithmetic Book 3 by Ann Montague-Smith
  

First Mental Arithmetic Book 3

Written by Ann Montague-Smith
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Part of the First Mental Arithmetic Series

Synopsis

First Mental Arithmetic Book 3 by Ann Montague-Smith

First Mental Arithmetic provides carefully graded questions that develop children's essential mathematics skills. A downwards extension of the Schofield & Sims bestseller Mental Arithmetic, the series comprises three workbooks for Year 1 (Books 1 to 3) and three for Year 2 (Books 4 to 6). The term 'mental arithmetic' is usually associated with spoken questions. However, children using all the Schofield and Sims Mental Arithmetic materials read the questions themselves and write down their answers. A Language of Maths glossary helps to develop children's number vocabulary and three Check-ups assess children's understanding. The separate First Mental Arithmetic Answers provides answers to all questions contained in this book, plus additional resources for teachers. Book 3 includes: numerals to 20, symmetry, halves and quarters, telling the time.

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Format

Paperback
31 pages

Author

Ann Montague-Smith
More books by Ann Montague-Smith

Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

1st February 2011

ISBN

9780721711652


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