Maths Money Problems 9-11 by Andrew Brodie
  

Synopsis

Maths Money Problems 9-11 by Andrew Brodie

The Maths Money Problems series addresses the perennial demand from teachers for problem-solving activities involving money. The using and applying strand of the new framework specifically refers to the need for children to solve problems involving money e.g. in Year 2 children are expected to 'solve problems involving counting, adding, subtracting, doubling or halving in the context of numbers, measures or money, for example to 'pay' and 'give' change. This series provides a range of such problems set in a real life context, e.g. shopping, going on holiday. Each book is accompanied by a CD-ROM containing worksheets which can be printed out, photocopied, or displayed on a whiteboard.

About the Author

Andrew Brodie was a head teacher for twelve years after many successful years in the primary classroom. He began writing his best-selling educational books in 1992 and since then has established himself as a name that teachers have come to trust. He is still very much involved in education and continues to teach on a regular basis.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
96 pages
Interest Age: from 7 to 9

Author

Andrew Brodie
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Publisher

Publication date

18th April 2011

ISBN

9781408134658


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