For "Heinemann Mathematics P7", colour textbooks and workbooks are used by children to practise and record their understanding of concepts, skills and applications in number, measure, shape and handling data.
They include a wide range of problem-solving and investigative work to develop children's ability to use and apply maths.
The textbooks help promote children's recording skills using a variety of motivating contexts, and include activities to give further practice in applying maths.
The format of the workbooks frees children to concentrate on the maths rather than on the presentation of their work, and each one contains a record-keeping grid to show work completed.
The reinforcement sheets are for use selectively with those children who need extra practice of key maths topics, in addition to that provided in the textbooks and workbooks.
Each sheet is clearly referenced to a workbook or textbook page for easier integration with the core work, and clear flagging in the textbooks and workbooks shows which topics are supported by a reinforcement sheet.
All the extra work is at the same mathematical level as the core. The extension textbook provides additional work at every stage to consolidate and extend learning.
Some of the work extends the range of a topic for all children, and some is specifically to stretch the more able.
Some of the activities relate to topics in the textbooks and workbooks, and the remaining ones can be attempted at any time.
The assessment and resources packs contain games and activities to enrich learning.
These include photocopiable problem-solving activities and calculator work, and ideas for practical, theme-based work covering a range of maths topics.
The corresponding teacher notes provide the starting point for each new maths topic, offering a wide choice of ideas for practical activities to introduce and develop the required skills.
Guidance on which pages and components can be used to resource each topic is also included.
Additional support includes detailed help with planning and preparing lessons and a scheme of work, clear highlighting of assessment opportunities, close cross-referencing to all the curricula, including the 1995 Order in England, and additional activities for consolidation and extension.
This is the corresponding answer book.