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Key Stage 2 Maths Weekly Workout: Year 6 (Ages 10-11)

Key Stage 2 Maths Weekly Workout: Year 6 (Ages 10-11) (Paperback)

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Independent problem solving that supplements existing maths course. A unique resource developing mathematical enquiry and problem solving skills with a series of open investigations designed to last a whole week. Maths Weekly Workout enables management of abilities and it has been teacher tested. The series is ideal for: Fast finishers; Wet playtime; Homework; Fun recreational feel that stimulates co-operative work that encourages students to work together and there is a minimal reading level. All activities differentiated. Students work independently on a problem - when time is available. They come together and work in pairs/groups and then publish results for Display

Children'sEducational materialEducational: Mathematics & numeracy Publisher: Letts Educational Publication Date: 01/09/2001 ISBN-13: 9781840856231  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Peter Patilla is an experienced teacher and an educational expert. He is a former headmaster of a primary school and is a senior Lecturer in Mathematics education. He is an experienced author, having written many books, software programs and articles in the educational press. He has led many INSET courses across Europe and the UK. His research areas include developing counting skills, mental mathematics and Early learning concepts. Paul Broadbent is an experienced teacher and former primary deputy headteacher. He is currently a free-lance primary maths consultant and author, providing INSET for teachers throughout the UK and Europe. He has written many mathematics books for the school and for the home, as well as schools television programmes and website activities for the BBC.

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