- Qualification:Cambridge Primary
- Author(s):Emma Low, Mary Wood
- Available from: May 2014
This series is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations and is part of Cambridge Maths.
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Children will enjoy learning mathematics with this fun and attractive learner's book for stage 5. A variety of questions, activities, investigations and games that are designed to reinforce the concepts learnt in the core activities in the teacher's guide and address misconceptions are included along with hints and tips. Clear, often pictorial, explanation of mathematical vocabulary will help children learn new terms whether they are native English speakers or second language speakers and great care has been made to ensure language is accessible.
Hints and tips provide further guidance and advice.
Fun and engaging activities, questions, investigations and games.
Links directly to the activities in the teacher's resource.
With non-native speakers in mind, great care has been made to ensure language is accessible and vocabulary is defined visually.
- 1. The number system (whole numbers)
- 2. Mental and written strategies for addition and subtraction (1)
- 3. Mental and written strategies for multiplication and division (1)
- 4. Factors, multiples and square numbers
- 5. Shapes and geometric reasoning
- 6. Position and movement
- 7. Mass
- 8. Time (1)
- 9. Area and perimeter (1)
- 10. Number and number sequences
- 11. The number system (decimals)
- 12. Mental strategies
- 13. Mental and written strategies for addition and subtraction (2)
- 14. Written methods for multiplication and division (2)
- 15. Handling data
- 16. Probability
- 17. Line graphs
- 18. Finding the mode
- 19. Length
- 20. Time (2)
- 21. Area and perimeter (2)
- 22. Number: mental strategies
- 23. Working with decimals
- 24. Fractions, decimals and percentages
- 25. Calculation
- 26. Ratio and proportion
- 27. Angles
- 28. Shapes and geometric reasoning
- 29. Position and direction
- 30. Capacity
- 31. Time (3)
- 32. Area and perimeter (3).
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