Maths Homework That's Too Good for the Dog by Jan Bobin, Tanya Kirkright
  

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Maths Homework That's Too Good for the Dog by Jan Bobin, Tanya Kirkright

This is a high interest maths homework for every week of the academic year. It features high interest maths homework copymasters to complement and reinforce classroom learning. It includes 40 activities per book one for each week of the academic year. Each copymaster has an innovative starter activity, age appropriate maths activities and a challenge finisher. It offers challenge activities that allow application of knowledge through open ended tasks. It offers opportunities for pupil and teacher assessment. It provides teachers notes, curriculum links and answers.

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Paperback
55 pages

Author

Jan Bobin, Tanya Kirkright
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Publisher

Prim-Ed Publishing

Publication date

15th September 2008

ISBN

9781846541476


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