The Little Book of Maths Problem-Solving by Carole Skinner, Judith Dancer
  

The Little Book of Maths Problem-Solving

Written by Carole Skinner, Judith Dancer
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Part of the Little Books Series

Synopsis

The Little Book of Maths Problem-Solving by Carole Skinner, Judith Dancer

This Little Book offers easy-to-follow activities and opportunities for maths problem-solving, both indoors and out. The fun, multisensory ideas will trigger children's curiosity and enthusiasm as well as aiding their mathematical development.

Reviews

fun, multisensory ideas...good value and comprehensive * Parents in Touch * brilliant...so many interesting and stimulating ideas in [this] excellent book * Early Years Educator *

About the Author

Carole Skinner is an independent early years consultant and founder associate of Early Education, the UK's leading educational charity for parents, carers and early years practitioners. Judith Stevens is an independent early learning consultant, trainer and author based in the UK who led the highly regarded Every Child a Talker programme in London and South East England.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
72 pages

Author

Carole Skinner, Judith Dancer
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Publisher

Featherstone an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

22nd May 2014

ISBN

9781472906106


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