The programme in Moving Forward with Basic Facts enables all students to progress with their basic facts skills at their own pace.
A practical programme to achieve success step by step
The ability to quickly and accurately recall basic facts is central to maths success. Yet you can lose valuable time preparing teaching resources as you break these simple facts into graduated steps and write the equations in numerous ways. Asking parents to work with their children on basic facts at home (assuming they understand what you mean by this) does not necessarily provide the practical support you were hoping for either.
The programme in Moving Forward with Basic Facts enables all students to progress with their basic facts skills at their own pace. It supports parents in reinforcing these skills, while removing a tedious job from your “to do” list. Each set of graduated questions can be completed either as a whole or one column per day. Once a student can accurately recall the facts at a given level within an appropriate time, they move to the next level. It’s a steady step-by-step approach that connects home and school learning to build success in this fundamental area of mathematics.
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Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary)
A4 Teacher Resource Book – 76 pages
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