Mental Calculation Skills Developing Speed and Accuracy by Gunter Schymkiw


Mental Calculation Skills Developing Speed and Accuracy by Gunter Schymkiw

This is a fun, photocopiable series to practise and reinforce computational skills. It features enjoyable activities, which improve pupils' speed and accuracy. It provides activities that primarily involve answering questions and matching answers, to construct a line or colour a picture or pattern. It includes speed tests, to monitor pupils' progress. It provides introductory teachers notes and answers. This series is ideal for individual, group, class or homework use. The middle book covers addition, subtraction and multiplication through 5 activity types plus speed tests, and the upper book covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and fractions through 8 activity types plus speed tests.

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83 pages


Gunter Schymkiw
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Publication date

31st August 2005



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