Maths Made Easy. Worksheets 9 Book Series
£12.00 – £150.00 exc. VAT
A series that presents a simple and structured approach to numeracy allowing children to develop and build numerical skills.
Introductory Book – Tactile Numbers – provides a kinaesthetic approach to learning to write and count numbers 1-10 with early adding-on exercises.
Book 1 – covers work on the numbers 0-10 and includes understanding and recognising numbers; practise in counting on and counting back, addition of two numbers and addition of three numbers; number bonds; simple patterns and easy subtractions.
Book 2 – numbers 0-10 includes practice in recognising and writing numbers. Counting on and counting back, number bonds, tens and units and builds addition and subtraction skills.
Book 3 – addition sums without carrying. subtraction without decomposition, finding the difference exercises and builds confidence in the language of addition and subtraction.
Book 4 – practise in using number bonds, counting and working with numbers 0-20 counting in 10s and 5s, using sets for easy multiplication, understanding place value for hundreds, tens and units.
Book 5 – working with numbers 0-999 counting in 2s, 3s and 4s, using sets for easy multiplication, understanding place value for hundreds, tens and units. Multiplying using tens and units, problem solving practise sums including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Book 6 – tables for 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Introduces “Numbercross” exercises using all the tables from 2-10; data handling linked to the calendar, maths problems using 6, 7, 8, and 9 times tables. further practice in addition and subtraction, multiplication and division.
Book 7 – The Money Book – introduces coin recognition, graduating up to looking at how to use cheque books and credit/debit cards. The exercises develop confidence in handling money, paying for goods when shopping and understanding how to pay bills
Book 8 – The Book of Time – focuses on Time. The concept is explained using both digital and analogue watch faces. Practical work using clocks, time tables and calendars is encouraged which also looks at time zones and travel.