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Cambridge Primary Revise for Primary Checkpoint Mathematics Teacher's Guide

by Barbara Carr

Cambridge Primary Revise for Primary Checkpoint Mathematics Teacher's Guide Synopsis

Boost learner confidence ahead of the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint tests with invaluable support and practical, ready-to-use revision activities. This Teacher's Guide supports revision in preparation for the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint test at the end of Stage 6. It contains revision activities for all the strands of the Cambridge Primary Maths curriculum: Number, Geometry, Measure and Handling data, with opportunities for Problem solving embedded throughout. It includes an overview of the learning objectives, revision activities, supporting photocopiables and tips to improve learners' performance. - Focus revision where learners need most support and ensure coverage of the curriculum with clearly identified learning objectives and easy-to-follow teaching notes for each activity - Prepare learners for assessment with structured practice tests in the style of the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint test, while Quick quizzes offer opportunities to assess understanding and progress informally - Improve understanding, memory and exam performance with photocopiable resources such as visual models and images, practice questions and games Endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781444178326
Publication date: 28th June 2013
Author: Barbara Carr
Publisher: Hodder Education
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 128 pages
Categories: Educational: Mathematics & numeracy, Educational: study & revision guides,

About Barbara Carr

Paul Broadbent has written a wide range of Maths books and resources and is currently a full-time writer and consultant. Barbara Carr is a Maths consultant specialising in intervention and narrowing the gaps to ensure all children achieve basic Maths skills.

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