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Product Description

Best-selling resources to support you with the Renewed Maths Framework with interactive activities on CD-ROM for your interactive whiteboard.

  • Provides you with all the planning and lesson ideas to teach the Renewed Maths Framework.
  • Ongoing assessment ideas and activities to keep your children on track and monitor progression.
  • Extend and support more and less confident pupils with ideas for further work.
  • Supports maths teaching and learning with a set of unique interactive whiteboard tools including interactive number grids, graphing tools and clocks.
  • The CD-ROM allows seamless differentiation between core, support and extension worksheets. Templates are also provided so you can customise to your own requirements!

Product Details

Series

100 Maths Framework Lessons

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780439945493

Date published

June 4th, 2007

Other details
  • 224 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Ann Montague-Smith

Claire Tuthill

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  1. C. Kurtz
    on 11 January 2011

    No copy/paste plans

    Good, but disappointing. The Literacy version allows cut/paste to help with planning. This book does not – you have to re-type (copying from the book) to use ideas from the book for planning. Re-inventing the wheel (or turning it when it needn’t be turned) puts me off using this – I’d rather spend Sunday evenings doing something else.

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