Building Strong Mathematicians Book 1

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SKU: BKM01315

Building Strong Mathematicians Book 1 - Activities to reinforce and extend number and algebra learning

BUILDING STRONG MATHEMATICIANS – 6 TITLES IN SERIES

The major units cover:

- prime numbers and composite numbers - squared numbers and square roots - factors and multiples - associative, commutative and distributive laws - integers - order of operations - BEDMAS - fractions, decimal numbers and percentages

Each section in Book 1 begins with a concept explanation page for the teacher and/or students to use. Following it are independent practice pages and activities with a fun twist to get students building their knowledge of the concept in a variety of ways. Helpful hints continue to support students as they work on the activities. In addition, every page identifies the learning intention, which both makes the point of the activity clear to students and helps you to identify relevant activities as part of your lesson planning. This book partners well with Book 4.

PAGES: 63 | AGES: 11-13

BUILDING STRONG MATHEMATICIANS – 6 TITLES IN SERIES

Give your students every opportunity to become strong mathematicians with this series of resources designed to introduce, consolidate and extend skills with Number, and Algebra strategies outlined in the curriculum. In Books 1-3, each section begins with a concept explanation page for the teacher and/or students to use. Following it are independent practice pages and activities with a fun twist to get students building their knowledge of the concept in a variety of ways. Helpful hints continue to support students as they work on the activities. In addition, every page includes the learning intention, which both makes the point of the activity clear to students and helps you to identify relevant activities as part of your lesson planning. To further strengthen students' skills, Books 4-6 provide differentiated activity cards and answers.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Caroline Mulholland is an experienced teacher and author. She has taught in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. When not teaching or writing, she is a busy mother of two. Her two children Emma and Jack are both her biggest fans and harshest critics and enjoy helping to test out her new books and to ensure there is plenty of fun alongside the learning activities. They particularly like trying any type of science experiments and activities that involve code cracking and logic skill.