Arithmetic Tests for Ages 6-7 Preparation for KS1 Sats by Andrew Brodie
  

Synopsis

Arithmetic Tests for Ages 6-7 Preparation for KS1 Sats by Andrew Brodie

This teacher resource title is designed to match the style and contents of the Arithmetic Tests elements of the new format National Tests. One of the new Arithmetic Tests series, the book provides all the practice your pupils need to build their confidence and boost their ability in the key skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The book contains forty-eight tests with matching answer pages, enabling teachers to provide short regular practice of non-contextual number questions. The answer pages provide clear answers and show the correct layout for column addition and column subtraction. Each book in the series includes 480 non-contextual number questions.

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. Andrew Brodie is an ex-head teacher who prides himself on making maths accessible for all children

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Andrew Brodie
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

11th February 2016

ISBN

9781472931986


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