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Cambridge Mathematics Direct 3 Numbers and the Number System Pupil's textbook: 3 by Jane Crowden

Cambridge Mathematics Direct 3 Numbers and the Number System Pupil's textbook: 3 by Jane Crowden

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Cambridge Mathematics Direct is a major new programme offering a complete solution to the Daily Maths Lesson.

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Cambridge Mathematics Direct is a structured set of maths resources for primary schools. It is linked to the Framework for Teaching Mathematics and follows the approach suggested by the National Numeracy Strategy. It provides everything that is needed to plan, teach and assess the Daily Maths Lesson in a simple and manageable way. CMD 3 Numbers and the Number System Textbook provides practice in key mathematical concepts and skills. The pages incorporate a variety of activities: word problems, games, open-ended activities, pupil-generated ideas. These activities are suitable for whole class, group, paired or individual work. Pages provide differentiated work for the average, least able and most able pupils. They also show which activities require the teacher's input.

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SKU GOR008388376
Title Cambridge Mathematics Direct 3 Numbers and the Number System Pupil's textbook: 3
Author Edited by Jane Crowden
Contributor Edited by Sandy Cowling
Condition ACCEPTABLE
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Year Published 2000
Page Number 64
ISBN 0521784565
ISBN13 9780521784566
Cover Note Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual cover or edition may vary.
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