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Numicon: Big Ideas Apparatus Pack

Building a secure future in mathematics for every child

Oxford University Press

Suitable for:  Schools with pupils in Upper Key Stage 2 or Key Stage 3 (aged 10 upwards) who need a more secure understanding of key concepts within the primary maths curriculum.

Price:  £175.00 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-842139-9
Publication date: 29/06/2017
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Description

Pack contents:

Numicon: Big Ideas Apparatus Pack contains:
Numicon: Box of 80 Numicon Shapes
Numicon: Feely Bag
Numicon: Spinners
Numicon: 10 Numicon Ten Shapes
Numicon: Extra Numicon 1-shapes
Numicon: Coloured Counters Pack of 200
Numicon: Double-sided Baseboard Laminates (pack of 3)
Numicon: 0-100 Numeral Cards
Numicon: Number Rods - Large Set
Numicon: 1-100cm Number Rod Track
Numicon: Fraction Number Line Laminate
Numicon: 10s Number Line Laminate
Numicon: 0-100cm scale Number Line
Numicon: 0 to 1.01 Decimal Number Line

The Numicon Big Ideas Apparatus Pack provides apparatus for delivering the Numicon Big Ideas programme with a group of 4 pupils. Numicon Big Ideas is a programme of additional sessions for small groups, focusing on key elements of the Primary maths curriculum for pupils aged 10 upwards. Not suitable for children under 36 months.


Features

  • This apparatus pack supports the activities in the separate Numicon Big Ideas teaching folder.
  • Numicon is research-based and proven to have a significant and lasting impact on results.
  • Numicon Big Ideas is a programme of additional sessions for small groups, focusing on key elements of the Primary maths curriculum for pupils not meeting age-related expectations in Upper Key Stage 2 or Key Stage 3 (aged 10 upwards).
Age range 7-11
This page was last updated on 01 December 2019 at 04:30 GMT

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