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### Understanding Year 3 Maths – Australian Curriculum Edition

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How to use this book Each of the sub-strands within the three major strands is dealt with separately. The Number and Place Value sub-strand and the Units of Measurement sub-strand are so large, that the author has further subdivided these topics. Parents and teachers are introduced to activities which develop a real understanding of the different aspects of mathematics in an enjoyable and meaningful way. Understanding develops through completing these activities. Offer every opportunity for practical hands-on experiences in real life - measuring the correct amount of ingredients whilst cooking, comparing supermarket price labels for the best value when shopping, or discussing what quantities to buy for the family. These experiences are invaluable because they show children how important and relevant mathematical skills are to their own lives. This book introduces the language which students are expected to use and the stages through which they pass on the way to acquiring understanding. The emphasis is on discovery and the development of the ability to accurately identify which processes can be used to solve real life problems - and to justify those choices. It is very important to interlink the sub-strands as much as possible. They are not separate, isolated entities. Each topic is followed by 5 graded assessments involving both paper and pencil tests and practical activities. They enable parents and teachers to check to what extent concepts have been grasped. LEVEL 1 covers the basic ideas in a topic, using similar examples to those given in the chapter, and is designed to build confidence. Refer back to the appropriate page if difficulties occur. LEVELS 2 & 3 are of average difficulty. They give opportunity to consolidate and extend the basic ideas. They involve choosing and using appropriate strategies in more difficult examples. Page referrals are again given. All Year 3 students should try to complete the first 3 levels. LEVEL 4 has more challenging problems. No page referrals have been given. Students are encouraged to select for themselves which page to refer to, should difficulties arise. LEVEL 5 is an extension level, included to challenge those students who are more gifted at Maths. These problems frequently require more than one process for the solution, or involve a number of steps. No page referrals have been given. SOLUTIONS ARE GIVEN AT THE END OF THE BOOK.

### Understanding Year 3 Maths – Australian Curriculum Edition

\$36.95
How to use this book Each of the sub-strands within the three major strands is dealt with separately. The Number and Place Value sub-strand and the Units of Measurement sub-strand are so large, that the author has further subdivided these topics. Parents and teachers are introduced to activities which develop a real understanding of the different aspects of mathematics in an enjoyable and meaningful way. Understanding develops through completing these activities. Offer every opportunity for practical hands-on experiences in real life - measuring the correct amount of ingredients whilst cooking, comparing supermarket price labels for the best value when shopping, or discussing what quantities to buy for the family. These experiences are invaluable because they show children how important and relevant mathematical skills are to their own lives. This book introduces the language which students are expected to use and the stages through which they pass on the way to acquiring understanding. The emphasis is on discovery and the development of the ability to accurately identify which processes can be used to solve real life problems - and to justify those choices. It is very important to interlink the sub-strands as much as possible. They are not separate, isolated entities. Each topic is followed by 5 graded assessments involving both paper and pencil tests and practical activities. They enable parents and teachers to check to what extent concepts have been grasped. LEVEL 1 covers the basic ideas in a topic, using similar examples to those given in the chapter, and is designed to build confidence. Refer back to the appropriate page if difficulties occur. LEVELS 2 & 3 are of average difficulty. They give opportunity to consolidate and extend the basic ideas. They involve choosing and using appropriate strategies in more difficult examples. Page referrals are again given. All Year 3 students should try to complete the first 3 levels. LEVEL 4 has more challenging problems. No page referrals have been given. Students are encouraged to select for themselves which page to refer to, should difficulties arise. LEVEL 5 is an extension level, included to challenge those students who are more gifted at Maths. These problems frequently require more than one process for the solution, or involve a number of steps. No page referrals have been given. SOLUTIONS ARE GIVEN AT THE END OF THE BOOK.

### Understanding Year 4 Maths – Australian Curriculum Edition

\$36.95
How to use this book Each of the sub-strands within the three major strands is dealt with separately. The Number and Place Value sub-strand and the Units of Measurement substrand are so large, that the author has further subdivided these topics. Parents and teachers are introduced to activities which develop a real understanding of the different aspects of mathematics in an enjoyable and meaningful way. Understanding develops through completing these activities. Offer every opportunity for practical hands-on experiences in real life - measuring the correct amount of ingredients whilst cooking, comparing supermarket price labels for the best value when shopping, or discussing what quantities to buy for the family. These experiences are invaluable because they show children how important and relevant mathematical skills are to their own lives. This book introduces the language which students are expected to use and the stages through which they pass on the way to acquiring understanding. The emphasis is on discovery and the development of the ability to accurately identify which processes can be used to solve real life problems - and to justify those choices. It is very important to interlink the sub-strands as much as possible. They are not separate, isolated entities. Each topic is followed by 5 graded assessments involving both paper and pencil tests and practical activities. They enable parents and teachers to check to what extent concepts have been grasped. LEVEL 1 covers the basic ideas in a topic, using similar examples to those given in the chapter, and is designed to build confidence. Refer back to the appropriate page if difficulties occur. LEVELS 2 & 3 are of average difficulty. They give opportunity to consolidate and extend the basic ideas. They involve choosing and using appropriate strategies in more difficult examples. Page referrals are again given. All Year 4 students should try to complete the first 3 levels. LEVEL 4 has more challenging problems. No page referrals have been given. Students are encouraged to select for themselves which page to refer to, should difficulties arise. LEVEL 5 is an extension level, included to challenge those students who are more gifted at Maths. These problems frequently require more than one process to solve, or involve a number of steps. No page referrals have been given. Solutions are given at the end of the book.

### Understanding Year 4 Maths – Australian Curriculum Edition

\$36.95
How to use this book Each of the sub-strands within the three major strands is dealt with separately. The Number and Place Value sub-strand and the Units of Measurement substrand are so large, that the author has further subdivided these topics. Parents and teachers are introduced to activities which develop a real understanding of the different aspects of mathematics in an enjoyable and meaningful way. Understanding develops through completing these activities. Offer every opportunity for practical hands-on experiences in real life - measuring the correct amount of ingredients whilst cooking, comparing supermarket price labels for the best value when shopping, or discussing what quantities to buy for the family. These experiences are invaluable because they show children how important and relevant mathematical skills are to their own lives. This book introduces the language which students are expected to use and the stages through which they pass on the way to acquiring understanding. The emphasis is on discovery and the development of the ability to accurately identify which processes can be used to solve real life problems - and to justify those choices. It is very important to interlink the sub-strands as much as possible. They are not separate, isolated entities. Each topic is followed by 5 graded assessments involving both paper and pencil tests and practical activities. They enable parents and teachers to check to what extent concepts have been grasped. LEVEL 1 covers the basic ideas in a topic, using similar examples to those given in the chapter, and is designed to build confidence. Refer back to the appropriate page if difficulties occur. LEVELS 2 & 3 are of average difficulty. They give opportunity to consolidate and extend the basic ideas. They involve choosing and using appropriate strategies in more difficult examples. Page referrals are again given. All Year 4 students should try to complete the first 3 levels. LEVEL 4 has more challenging problems. No page referrals have been given. Students are encouraged to select for themselves which page to refer to, should difficulties arise. LEVEL 5 is an extension level, included to challenge those students who are more gifted at Maths. These problems frequently require more than one process to solve, or involve a number of steps. No page referrals have been given. Solutions are given at the end of the book.
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