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Maths Like a Ninja

An essential maths toolkit for every child

«I think every classroom and every home needs copies of this book! As a year 6 teacher, it can be impossible to fit everything in as well as revise old topics, so this is going to be the perfect tool to help my kids become more independent. And it's the perfect for supporting parents with their children’s maths! From basic skills to more complex, there’s something for everyone.»

Stephanie Elliott, Year 6 Teacher, @eenalol
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Detaljer

Forlag
Bloomsbury Education
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
112
ISBN
9781801991964
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
19 x 16 cm

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«I think every classroom and every home needs copies of this book! As a year 6 teacher, it can be impossible to fit everything in as well as revise old topics, so this is going to be the perfect tool to help my kids become more independent. And it's the perfect for supporting parents with their children’s maths! From basic skills to more complex, there’s something for everyone.»

Stephanie Elliott, Year 6 Teacher, @eenalol

«Maths Like a Ninja is a hugely valuable resource, either in school or at home! It will encourage children to work independently by having a helpful how-to guide to refer to if they get stuck. Just like Write Like a Ninja, this amazing maths book has step-by-step guides on how to become confident in every area of maths. Perfect for the classroom, or even parents working at home with their children!»

Sarah Farrell, Maths Lead, @SarahFarrellKS2

«Here is basically ‘the bible’ for parents (like me!) with kids in junior school - it’s everything a parent needs to know and understand in the curriculum from fractions basics to calculating the volume of a cuboid and everything in between to help and support on a Sunday night when you get the dreaded homework book out! So if (like me) your algebra needed a bit of a brush up, or you can’t remember the difference between a superlative and a conjunction - then trust me you need to get these books! You can pick them up on Amazon - they’re only a couple of quid each - and take it from someone who has experienced it first hand - they are GAME CHANGING!»

Sara Davies, Founder of Crafter's Companion and Dragon on BBC Dragons’ Den, Instagram

«This book has so many uses. It empowers children to have independence and take ownership of their own learning (in school and at home) by providing them with all the information they need in one place. It is a great guide for parents to understand what their children are learning in maths to be able to help with their learning at home. What a fantastic, affordable resource for schools and parents alike!»

Jane Clapp, Year 5 teacher

«For children (and parents!) who struggle to remember the methods of calculation taught in school, this book is a very handy reminder. A great aide-memoire for the KS2 syllabus, Maths Like A Ninja will support children with homework and the revision of key concepts.»

Kate McCallam, Educational consultant and writer

«Another invaluable resource from the Ninja, with everything you need for every Maths topic in one place! It's the PERFECT succinct resource which I'll be using in class and to support home learning. There are pages which can be sent home to allow parents to understand methods used in class with step-by-step, simple and clear explanations.»

Maaria Khan, Teacher and Deputy Head, @MissKhan__

«The Ninja’s back with another brilliant book that’s jam-packed with top-class tips you won’t want to miss. Is there anything he can’t do?! Oh, and it’s great for parents and guardians too. Thank you, dude!»

Jacob Mitchell aka MC Grammar, award-winning teacher and parent

«A useful book for KS2 children who need reminding of the maths they need for SATs and beyond, and for teachers and parents too.»

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