Features: * Problem-solving opportunities to challenge children to think about concepts that they have learned in mathematics in more abstract ways. * Practical, hands-on activities in which pupils actively explore mathematics through activities such as measuring, making models and so on. * Talk about points to encourage children to make links and connections between mathematics and the real world and to verbalise and communicate their ideas. * Literacy support in the form of activities which develop reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. * Interactive groups activities which encourage children to process information and pose their own questions about learning. * Assessment pages which can be used in continuous and formal assessment.
Publisher: Hodder Education