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Place Value Number words from  0  to  100. Writing numbers in words and figures
  Ordering numbers
  Using diagrams for tens and units, hundreds, thousands
  Counting up and down in tens, hundreds, thousands
Larger Numbers Tens and hundreds of thousands
  Millions and billions e.g. £4.3 million,  6½ billion
Rounding Off Rounding numbers to the nearest  10,  100 etc. Significant figures
EXTRA RESOURCES Place value table, number cards
ISBN 978-1-900699-07-5 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-21-1 Disc      National Curriculum levels mainly between 2 and 4


Types of numbers Odd and even numbers and their properties
  Ordinal numbers 1st to 100th
  More or less than, using the inequality signs < and >
  Prime numbers and factors
  Square and cube numbers, square and cube roots
  Powers and index notation, use of calculator buttons
NEGATIVE NUMBERS Reading thermometer scales, temperature calculations
  Ordering negative numbers, calculator use
  Rules for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
EXTRA RESOURCES Blank thermometers, number lines.
ISBN 978-1-900699-16-7 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-22-8 Disc              Up to National Curriculum level 6


Entry Levels 1 and 2 Counting small groups of objects.
  Introduction to addition and subtraction of one-digit numbers.
  Number bonds practice up to 20.
Vocabulary Plus, total, more than, add, take away, difference etc.
Mental and written methods  for adding and subtracting two-digit numbers
  ( no carrying or borrowing ).
  Simple word problems.
  Using  +,   -  and  =
  Counting up and down in tens.
ISBN 978-1-900699-20-4 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-23-5 Disc


Addition and Subtraction
Entry Levels 2 and 3 Mental and written methods for calculations
( and some Level 1 ) involving mainly  2 and  3-digit numbers.
  Decomposing numbers to make computation easier.
  Carrying and borrowing.
  Counting up and down in tens and hundreds.
  Word problems and vocabulary.
  Estimating rough answers by using round figures. 
ISBN 978-1-900699-08-2 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-24-2 Disc      National Curriculum levels 2 to 4


Multiplication and Division
Entry Levels 2 & 3 Principles of multiplication and division. Counting objects in groups.
and Level 1 Remainders in practical situations.
  Structured approach to learning tables.
  Mental calculations using patterns, tricks and decomposition.
  Formal methods for written calculations
  Using place value to multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000.
Word problems Choosing which operation to use.
  Rounding off numbers and prices to estimate calculations.
EXTRA RESOURCES Place value board,  Multiplication square, Number lines
ISBN 978-1-900699-11-2 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-25-9 Disc              National Curriculum levels 3 to 5


This book supplements the contents of "Fractions, Decimals and Percentages" at a more basic level.
Simple Fractions Halves, quarters and wholes
  Halving and quartering shapes and numbers.
  Using mixed numbers e.g. 3¼
Eighths. Word problems.
Comparing Fractions Thirds and sixths. Finding one or two thirds of a number.
Adding and Subtracting Fifths and tenths, decimal connections.
More Demanding Concepts Using diagrams and fraction strips.
  One number as a fraction of another
  How to use the fraction key on a calculator.
 EXTRA RESOURCE  Fraction strips for finding equivalent fractions and fractions of numbers
ISBN 978-1-900699-10-5   Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-26-6   Disc    National Curriculum levels 3 to 6


Mental and written methods   for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimal numbers.
Borrowing and carrying   Decimals with 1 or 2 decimal places, mostly at Level 1
  Extended to include 3 decimal places.
    The emphasis is on using place value to explain the methods used.
Multiplying and dividing   whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.
ISBN 978-1-900699-18-1   Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-28-0   Disc National Curriculum levels 4 to 7, mostly at 4 or 5


Basic ideas Percentages as amounts out of 100, fractions and decimals
  Halves, quarters, tenths, hundredths and fifths
 Mental Methods  for calculating  10%,  5%,  30%,  35% etc.
  Pennies in the pound
Calculator Methods for working out a percentage of a quantity.
  One number as a percentage of another
Percentage Change Finding the percentage increase or decrease.
  Calculating the original amount before a change.
  Simple V.A.T. calculations
ISBN 978-1-900699-19-8 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-27-3 Disc         National Curriculum levels 4 to 8, mostly at 5.


FRACTIONS Shading diagrams. Reading and writing fractions. Simple word problems.
  Calculating a fraction of a quantity. Changing fractions into decimals
  Cancelling fractions to their lowest terms. Equivalent fractions
Adding simple fractions
DECIMALS Place value of tenths, hundredths, thousandths
  Ordering decimals. Using scales with decimal divisions
  Rounding to the nearest whole number or to a number of decimal places.
PERCENTAGES Basic concepts,  4 out of  50 is  8%. Simple fractions as percentages.
  Adding totals to 100%. Writing one quantity as a percentage of another.
  Relationships between fractions, decimals and percentages
  Calculating a percentage of a quantity or a sum of money.
  Basic increases and discounts
 EXTRA RESOURCE Cards showing simple fractions, decimals and percentages.
ISBN 978-1-900699-03-7 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-29-7 Disc               National Curriculum levels 5 and 6


 Calculating with Ratios Understanding the idea of 'parts'
  Simple dilutions and mixtures
  Scaling recipes up and down
  Equivalent forms and cancelling ratios
  Splitting amounts in a given ratio
  Direct proportion word problems
Unitary ratios
  Ratios with decimals and fractions
Map Scale Calculations Using scales like  2 cm to 1 km, 1 : 200 and 1 : 50,000.
  Calculating multipliers
  Effects of multiplying by numbers more or less than one.
Shapes Enlarging shapes using a scale factor.
ISBN 978-1-900699-46-4 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-48-8 Disc      National Curriculum levels 5 to 7


Entry Level worksheets to reinforce practical work.
Word problems and questions using measurements in real contexts.
Lengths Comparing objects e.g. smallest, longest.
  Measuring in centimetres, millimetres and metres.
  Miles and kilometres.
Weight Heavier or lighter comparisons.
  Using kilograms and grams.
Reading scales.
Capacity Putting containers in order.
  Using litres and millilitres
  Measuring jug scale.
Temperature Celsius temperatures. Reading thermometers.
  Weather map & worldwide temperatures.
  Oven settings and everyday temperatures.
Book ISBN 978-1-900699-50-1
Disc ISBN 978-1-900699-51-8


METRIC UNITS Metres, centimetres, millimetres and kilometres. Converting one unit to another.
  Familiarity with the size of distances. Perimeters
  Calculations in metric units - including problems involving mixed units.
IMPERIAL UNITS Using a mileage chart.
  Introduction to feet, inches and yards. Basic conversions between units.
  Calculations in feet and inches
CONVERSIONS Rough and accurate conversions between metric and imperial units.
  Conversion tables and graphs
  5 miles = 8 km
SCALE DRAWINGS Measuring and making scale drawings.
  Using scales from  1cm : 1m   to   1 : 50,000
  Reading simple street and road maps.
  Giving and following directions.
ISBN 978-1-900699-01-3 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-30-3 Disc          National Curriculum mostly level 5 or below


AREAS Counting square centimetres. Estimating irregular areas
  Using formulas to calculate the areas of rectangles and triangles.
  Explanations of why the formulas work
  Splitting complicated shapes into rectangles and triangles.
  Imperial and metric square units. Areas from scale drawings.
CIRCLES Radius, diameter and circumference
  Measuring and drawing circles. Semicircles
  Calculation of circumference and area using formulas.
  Composite areas involving rectangles
WEIGHTS Kilograms and grams, 1 kg = 1000 g
  Pounds and ounces, 1 lb = 16 oz
  Relationships and conversions.
  Estimating, reading scales. Practical estimating and weighing.
CAPACITY Relationships between litres and millilitres
  Gallons, pints and fluid ounces
ANGLES Estimating, measuring and drawing
ISBN 978-1-900699-02-0     Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-31-0     Disc         National Curriculum Levels 4 to 6


Mainly Entry Level worksheets to reinforce practical work.
Vocabulary to do with positions. Left & right, giving directions
Properties of  simple  2D  and  3D shapes. 
  Sides, edges, faces and corners.
Drawing shapes accurately, completing patterns.
Symmetry Deciding which shapes are symmetrical.
Tessellations Completing patterns with made with up to 2 shapes
Angles Right angles and quarter-turns.
  Measuring angles using a protractor.
ISBN 978-1-900699-52-5  Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-53-2  Disc    National Curriculum Levels 1 to 4


Properties of Shapes Parallel and perpendicular lines.
  Reflective and rotational symmetry.
  Congruent shapes. Drawing shapes.
  Properties of triangles and quadrilaterals - symmetry, angles.
  Polygons - names, symmetry, regularity.
Transformations Reflections in horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines.
  Rotating shapes through  ¼,  ½ and  ¾ turns.
Translations. Enlargements and reductions, scale factors.
ISBN 978-1-900699-14-3  
ISBN 978-1-900699-32-7 Disc   National Curriculum levels 3 to 6


Properties of Shapes Cubes, cuboids, cylinders, cones, spheres, pyramids and prisms
  Faces, edges and corners. Surface area calculations
  Planes of symmetry
Volumes Counting cubic centimetres
  Using and understanding the formulas for cuboids, prisms and cylinders.
  Cubic unit conversions
2D Representation Drawing and using nets.
  Interpreting and drawing plans and views of  3D objects.
EXTRA RESOURCES Nets of solids to copy and construct, Isometric paper
ISBN 978-1-900699-15-0 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-33-4 Disc             National Curriculum levels 4 to 7


This book provides a gradual approach to learning about time and is mainly at Entry Level 3.
Dates Names of days and months. Writing dates.
Telling the Time O’clock, half past, quarter to and past the hour
  Minutes to and past the hour.
  Writing times in words and numbers.
  a.m. and p.m. and the 24 hour clock.
  Simple time calculations and word problems in practical situations.
  Estimating how long tasks take.
EXTRA RESOURCE Blank clocks for further practice. Time words.
ISBN 978-1-900699-12-9 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-35-8 Disc


CLOCKS Reading any clock accurately. Minutes to and past the hour
Digital displays
  Timing activities using a stopwatch.
  a.m. and p.m. and the 24 hour clock
CALCULATIONS Calculations involving time intervals
  Relationships between units of time.
  Word problems about time units.
  Understanding and using simple timetables.
THE CALENDAR Writing dates. Using a calendar to plan dates.
SPEED and RATES Calculating average speeds, distances and journey times.
  Miles per hour
  Calculations involving rates per minute, hour etc
EXTRA RESOURCE Week planner sheet
ISBN 978-1-900699-04-4 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-34-1 Disc


Coins and Notes Counting small amounts of money, coins or notes.
  Writing amounts in words and figures.Pounds and pence.
Simple Calculations Counting up change from  £1,  £5 and  £10
  Add, subtract, multiply and divide small amounts of money.
EXTRA RESOURCE 5 illustrated pages of objects for you to create your own worksheets.
ISBN 978-1-900699-13-6
ISBN 978-1-900699-37-2   Disc    National Curriculum at or below level 3


POUNDS and PENCE Using coins and notes to paying for items.
  Counting amounts of money and batches of coins.
  Writing amounts in words and figures. Writing cheques.
  Rounding off to the nearest penny or pound.
MONEY PROBLEMS Written and mental calculations.
  Using a ready reckoner. Calculating discounts.
  Calculating unit costs, hourly rates.
  Value for money - comparing price per item.
  Writing out bills. Profit and loss.
  Estimating rough costs.
  Simple credit and loan calculations.
Using a Calculator Missing zeros. Double checking answers.
Currency Conversions Using exchange rates to change pounds into other currencies, Euros.
  Buying and selling rates
ISBN 978-1-900699-06-8 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-36-5 Disc     National Curriculum levels 4 to 6


INFORMATION TABLES   Completing and using tables of figures. Extracting information
BAR CHARTS Drawing and reading bar charts. Estimating readings
  Looking at trends. Stacked bar charts
PICTOGRAMS  Reading and creating pictograms. Estimating and comparing.
PIE CHARTS  Understanding and drawing pie charts. 
LINE GRAPHS   Drawing, reading and interpreting line graphs.
  Currency and temperature conversion
  Describing trends
ISBN 978-1-900699-05-1 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-38-9 Disc     National Curriculum mainly between levels 3 and 5


AVERAGES Calculating and interpreting the mean, mode, median and range.
  Data in number lists and frequency tables ( grouped and non-grouped ).
  Calculating mid-interval values.
Collecting Data Creating tally charts and frequency tables.
  Comparing sets of data.Looking at football results.
  Discrete and continuous data.
  Tips on how to design surveys and collect data.
ISBN 978-1-900699-17-4 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-39-6 Disc            National Curriculum up to level 6


Covers Basic skills Levels 1 and 2 and some GCSE work.
Basics Impossible, possible and certain events
  Probability scales
  Tossing coins and rolling dice experiments
  Expected outcomes, possible outcomes
  Calculating probabilities of equally likely events.
  Complementary events
Combined Events Mutually exclusive events, the OR rule
  Independent events, the AND rule
  Sample space and tree diagrams
  Experimental probability, Probability trees
  Conditional probability
ISBN    978-1-900699-41-9  Book
ISBN    978-1-900699-42-6  Disc


Covers Basic & Key Skills Level 2 and moves on to start Foundation Level GCSE
Notation Understanding and creating simple expressions and formulas.
  a + b    a - b     3a    ab    a²    4a²    b³    3a  + 5      a/b      powers
Substitution of positive values into expressions and formulas.
Using Brackets to show the order in which to do calculations.
  in simple algebraic expressions   2( a + b )
Word Formulas Collecting like terms e.g.  4n + 3 - n + 5
Simplifying Collecting like terms e.g.  4n + 3 - n + 5
  Multiplying and dividing simple expressions.
ISBN 978-1-900699-47-1 Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-49-5 Disc


For students working towards GCSE maths foundation level grade C.
Substitution of negative numbers into expressions & formulas.
Simplification and collecting like terms.
Functions and their inverses
Equations Solving linear equations
  Negative, fractional and decimal solutions
  Forming equations to solve problems
  Simple quadratic equations
ISBN 978-1-900699-43-3   Book
ISBN 978-1-900699-44-0   Disc


Written and illustrated forages  9 to  13 year olds working at level 4 of the National Curriculum.
Contains  40 worksheets and extension ideas
Arithmetic  Word problems using all four rules.
  Money and time calculations. Mental arithmetic quizzes.
Negative numbers - goal differences.
  Large numbers - transfer fees, attendances.
Shapes and Space  Symmetry of kit designs.Perimeters of pitches.
Data Handling Pie Charts - match results.
  Line graphs of attendances.
  Frequency tables of goals scored.
  Bar charts. Probability - collecting stickers
  Permutations in cup tie draws.
ISBN 978-1-900699-09-9  Book only