COLLINS PRIMARY MATHS is based on the learning objectives of The Framework for Teaching Mathematics (part of the National Strategy). The scheme takes interactive whole-class teaching as its main method of delivery, but with opportunities for differentiated group work and individual practice. Teacher's Guide Written in daily lesson plans that are organised to match the weekly/termly planning structure of the Framework. The heart of the course. Workbooks Consumable colour workbooks, four for each year group in Key Stage 1. Three will cover Number work (one per term). The fourth will cover Measures, Shape and Space (for the whole year). Copymasters Differentiation is catered for in the form of photocopiable sheets. There is a separate set of support and extension sheets for lower and higher ability pupils respectively. A set of Homework copymasters provides a combination of practice material based on the objectives for each week. Games Pack A pack of Board games provides opportunties for purposeful group work. Software A CD-ROM per year provides interactive mental maths games for practice in Calculations.
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Series Editor, Peter Clarke, is currently an Advisory Teacher in Barking and Dagenham. Peter has written for the National Numeracy Strategy. He is a widely published author and has written for Scholastic, BEAM and is the joint author of Heinemann's Mental Maths series. Apart from the activities mentioned above, Peter lectures on a PGCE course and has extensive experience as an INSET provider
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