Nelson Primary Maths for Caribbean Schools Junior Book 2 by Errol Anthony Furlonge, Education Service Providers International
  

Nelson Primary Maths for Caribbean Schools Junior Book 2

Written by Errol Anthony Furlonge, Education Service Providers International
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Nelson Primary Maths for Caribbean Schools Junior Book 2 by Errol Anthony Furlonge, Education Service Providers International

Nelson Primary Maths for Caribbean Schools is specially written for school pupils in the Caribbean region. This new edition provides children with a thorough grounding in the basic mathematical skills needed both in school and in everyday life. Junior Books 1 to 4&5 develop children's understanding and skills to take them through to the level required for the Common Entrance examination at the end of primary school.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Errol Anthony Furlonge, Education Service Providers International
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press

Publication date

8th August 2005

ISBN

9780748796298


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