Catalogue Number: W48-LX23
- Author: Peter Clarke
- Format: Spiral bound
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Published: 21 June 2010
- ISBN: 9780007322886
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Collins New Primary Maths: Cross-Curricular Word Problems 4 encourages children to practise the skills of using and applying maths. The activities build problem-solving skills while developing other key maths concepts, and challenge children to apply their mathematical knowledge to other curricular contexts, such as science, history and geography. * Contains 40 differentiated word problems, each matched to an objective from the Renewed Framework, and a cross-curricular topic * Can be easily integrated with the daily mathematics lesson * Guidance is given on how to assess pupil's progres s * Comes with a CD of editable Word files, so you can tailor the investigations to the needs of your class.
Peter Clarke has been a mathematics coordinator and deputy headteacher in primary schools in Australia and London. He has also worked as a mathematics advisor and has written many publications on primary mathematics. He also lectures on initial teacher training and postgraduate courses, and runs INSET at schools and conferences.