Key Maths: Summary and Practice
Nelson Thornes, Jan 21, 2004 - Key Stage 3 National Tests - 176 pages
Includes a wealth of practice questions to encourage pupils to develop their full potential, written by a SATs question setter. Written by the best-selling Key Maths authors for use with any course, scheme or resources. The book contains a wealth of practice questions that are levelled according to the four tiers of 3-5, 4-6, 5-7 and 6-8 enabling pupils to target the appropriate level.
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Whole numbers 7 2D and 3D shapes
Fractions decimals and 8 Position and movement
Estimating 30 10 Perimeter area and volume
Patterns and sequences 11 Organising data
Formulas expressions and 12 Averages and spread
Functions and graphs
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