Maths Charts by Jenny Eather - Jamtec (Stoke) Ltd

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MATHS CHARTS - over 250 pages of mathematical reference. Handy one-page guides for the majority of topics covered in mathematics from the beginning of formal schooling to early high school. Each page covers one topic in poster format using clear, simple language. All charts are PRINTABLE. Quick reference for school and home.

Maths Charts can be displayed on interactive whiteboards. Being printable also makes the charts suitable for classroom displays, math walls, display boards, student handouts, homework help, home studies and other hard copy reference needs.

Suitable for concept introduction, consolidation, practice and revision or other maths reference requirements.

Mathematical areas covered:
Numbers, Operations on Numbers, Fractions, Decimals, Percent and Percentages, Ratios and Rates, Beginning Algebra, Data and Statistics, Probability, Geometry, Measurement, Time and Money.

Maths Charts range from first counting and shape charts to topics such as calculating simple interest, long division, coordinates and exponential notation. Many charts include both definitions and examples. Measurement charts cover the metric, imperial and US standard systems with duplicate charts to cover the differences in spelling conventions of UK and US English.

The original internet version of Maths Charts is the companion reference source from the highly popular interactive A Maths Dictionary for Kids by Jenny Eather. Thousands of teachers, students and parents have used the dictionary website since its launch in 2002.

Maths Charts website at: www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com

 

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