Maths Makes Sense: Year Foundation-2 Super Easy Buy Pack by Richard DunneMaths Makes Sense: Year Foundation-2 Super Easy Buy Pack by Richard Dunne

Maths Makes Sense: Year Foundation-2 Super Easy Buy Pack

byRichard Dunne, Carrie Dunne

Book & Toy | October 6, 2010

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Maths Makes Sense is a new way of teaching maths that transforms children's understanding and enthusiasm for maths. The learning system combines a rigorous and systematic use of concrete objects, shared language and physical actions to make maths truly understandable from the start.Maths Makes Sense combines this learning system with partner work at the heart of flexible and effective teaching strategies. Together with inspiring whole school teacher training, you will be amazed how this system leads to a radical transformation in maths learning and engagement.This Super Easy Buy Pack contains all the Pupil Kits Foundation-2, all the Teacher's Kits Foundation-2, plus a Co-ordinator's Handbook for Foundation-2 and an in the Classroom DVD.
Richard Dunne is an inspirational speaker. Known nationally and internationally as a maths expert and a leading researcher on maths teaching, he has devoted his professional life to creating this highly successful new system for teaching maths. Carrie Dunne is an ex teacher and ex OFSTED inspector.
Title:Maths Makes Sense: Year Foundation-2 Super Easy Buy PackFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:1 pages, 18.7 × 13.58 × 25.98 inPublished:October 6, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198362560

ISBN - 13:9780198362562


Editorial Reviews

"Using Maths Makes Sense means more and more children are able to access the maths curriculum, especially the less able. Having the concrete examples (cups) early on, they are able to visualise and make connections much more easily than with previous schemes." --Lyn Parkes, Maths Co-ordinator, St. John Primary School