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INTERNATIONAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS CATALOGUE 2019


2019 International Primary Schools Catalogue Welcome to our new International Primary Schools catalogue. Inside you will find a wide range of books, resources and teachers resources for primary schools, packed full of inspiring activities and ideas to help children learn. Please contact us in the sales team if you have any questions about our resources or just want to find out more about what we do and how to purchase – all of our details are on the back cover and we are always happy to hear from you. You’ll also find there a list of some of our key distributors. You can buy our resources locally in over 100 countries as well as from international school suppliers, again let us know if you need any more information. We hope you enjoy browsing the catalogue!

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The Shanghai Maths Project For the English National Curriculum

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KEY SYMBOLS USED IN THE CATALOGUE

English 4–15 English as a Second Language 16–19 Maths

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Science

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Geography, History & PSHE

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Music

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Spanish

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Dictionaries

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Revision and Practice

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Classroom Display

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NEW TITLES

Assessment Support

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Matches the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme

AGE 5-11

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Collins International Primary English

AGE 5-11

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Series Editor: Karen Morrison Authors: Catherine Baker, Jan Gallow, Lois Lubbe, Fiona Macgregor, Jennifer Martin, Daphne Paizee, Joyce Vallar

Inspire primary students worldwide with a wide range of stimulating texts to build literacy and language skills This six-level, multi-component course for primary students, is a self-contained, cohesive programme which develops reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at primary level. With a colourful and engaging design, the Student’s Books follow a clear structure and progression through the levels.

Student’s Books: ● Inspire

your students with a wide range of stimulating texts to build literacy and language skills

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for different interests with inspiring fiction and non-fiction texts, including extracts from the highly successful Collins Big Cat series

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exercises to provide further practice and reinforcement for students

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Sounds Sounds and and spelling spelling

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Look at Them Go Book band: Red B This non-fiction book uses simple mechanics and physics to explain back car, a catapult, a how these devices work: clock, a water blaster, a pull a bike and a hot air balloon.

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• Practise the graphemes children know by reading alien words. Write each of these words on a card and decorate it with an alien: zear, foip, shart, thairk. • Tell children these words are the names of aliens. They are not real words. Show children a word: zear. • Ask them to call out any digraphs or trigraphs: ear. Underline the digraphs or trigraphs and dot the sound buttons. • Ask children to sound out and blend the word. • Tip: Do not encourage children to read the word without blending. Do not spell alien words. New: Practise the sounds /ar/ /oo/ /ow/ /ear/ /oi/ /er/ /oo/ /ee/ /ur/ /ai/ /air/ Review: /sh/ /th/ /ch/ /z/ • Introduce the new sounds to practise the Phase 3 sounds in this book.

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National Geographic Readers Enliven your cross-curricular lessons and inspire all readers with exciting non-fiction books

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. Amazing National Geographic photography and lively text will appeal to all children . A variety of natural world topics are covered from pandas and polar bears to meteors and prehistoric mammals

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Fun facts make reading enjoyable and appealing

Stunning high-quality photos draw readers in and capture their interest Interesting facts feature throughout the books

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10 engaging books for early readers who are beginning to read fluently with support. Simple sentences and text allows children to use their phonic knowledge to read new words. Readers will discover a variety of animals including otters, snakes and butterflies.

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Ideal for readers of Green, Orange and Turquoise banded books

18 accessible books for children who are developing reading stamina and starting to read independently. Books are longer and give opportunities for phonics practice. As well as learning about animal facts, children will explore the wider natural world learning about storms and plants.

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18 books for readers who are ready to tackle more challenging texts with some support. Texts contain more challenging sentence structures and vocabulary and topics cover a wider variety of creatures and habitats through amazing images and facts.

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18 exciting books for more independent readers who are ready for complex sentence structures and vocabulary. Texts contain sophisticated non-fiction features such as maps and diagrams to help readers explore topics such as space and water in more detail.

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Invigorate your phonics lessons with Song of Sounds, a dynamic hands-on programme that meets the learning needs of your whole class ●

Multi-sensory with kinaesthetic, auditory and visual activities that reinforce skills through a variety of learning styles making it ideal for pupils with English as a second language

A song is integral to the programme to help children remember every phoneme, a highly active approach with wholebody actions and lots of games to aid learning

Carefully differentiated, contains support and challenge tips to cater for every child in the classroom

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ENGLISH

Fascinating Facts Interesting, informative and fun reference readers that amaze children and help them understand the world around them

AGE 5-11

Packed with information and brought to life with colourful imagery, the series covers everything a curious child needs to know about a huge range of topics from tornadoes to human biology. Fascinating Facts is a great resource for schoolwork, projects and home learning. It is easy to follow, plus a fun and entertaining read for children.

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ENGLISH

Treasure House Everything you need for English, under one roof

Spelling

AGE 5-11

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Comprehension

Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Composition

Handwriting

A comprehensive suite of books and digital resources written for the English Programme of Study

Flexible resources to suit your teaching needs and an approach that works for your pupils

Exciting interactive resources on Collins Connect to support your chosen teaching approach

Frequent formative assessment opportunities and carefully crafted practice activities to prepare

pupils for exams ●

Handwriting resources to support handwriting development and ensure extra spelling practice

The Reading Attic – digital resources to inspire a love of reading for pleasure in all pupils

Foundation books and digital resources to support early years outcomes for reading,

writing, speaking and listening

Select a teaching approach to suit your needs Skills Focus Pathway

Integrated English Pathway

A focus on key skills to ensure your pupils fully master spelling, comprehension, composition and vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. In-depth Teacher's Guides and Pupil Books for each skill provide discrete practice and consolidation.

A complete English programme which supports a holistic approach to English and teaches the core skills in context. Teacher's Guides for each year offer genrebased teaching sequences supported by Anthologies containing source texts.

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ENGLISH

Skills Focus Pathway A rigorous programme that allows you to concentrate on key skills to ensure your pupils fully master spelling, comprehension, composition and vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. In-depth Teacher’s Guides and Pupil Books for each year and skill provide discrete practice and consolidation through targeted units focusing on different aspects of English.

Integrated English Pathway A complete English programme which supports a holistic approach to English and teaches the core skills in context. Teacher’s Guides for each year offer genre-based teaching sequences supported by Anthologies containing source texts. Through the teaching sequences, pupils will read and analyse the source texts whilst focusing on skills relevant to the texts. They will then draft and write their own pieces of writing.

The Reading Attic Extra digital resources to enhance your English teaching even further. Featuring audio extracts from books written by much-loved authors and exciting lesson sequences to develop a love of reading for pleasure.

See order form for the full list of Treasure House titles available

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Collins International Primary English as a Second Language Authors: Daphne Paizee, Jennifer Martin, Sandy Gibbs, Kathryn Gibbs, Robert Kellas

Written with international contexts in mind, this highly flexible, six-level course offers progression within and across levels Consisting of magazine-style Student’s Books, extensive Workbooks and supportive Teacher’s Guides, the course covers the Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language curriculum framework.

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Family and friends

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

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My g grandmother and grandfather are visiting us. They love being in the garden. They like listening to the birds.

Read about Lee Chan and his family. Talk about your family.

Hello! My name is Lee Chan. I would like to tell you about my family. My father is a pilot and my mother is a teacher. My sister is older than I am. She is twelve years old. I am nine years old. My baby brother is six months old. He cries a lot when he is hungry!

This is my baby brother, Steven. He is laughing. He likes playing with his toes.

This is a picture of my family. My sister’s name is Sandy. My baby brother’s name is Steven. My father’s name is King Fai. My mother’s name is Kelly.

S Sandy and I like baking. I like eating chocolate cakes. My sister likes eating biscuits.

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

First English Words

AGE 3–7

Authors: Karen Jamieson, Niki Joseph, Hans Mol

Encourage a love of learning English through fun, engaging activities and beautiful illustrations First English Words is a beautifully illustrated, award-winning vocabulary acquisition programme for young learners of English. It is packed full of fun and useful everyday vocabulary. The First English Words picture dictionary (& audio CD), activity books and Teacher’s Book are available separately or as part of a pack. The activity pack includes 100 colourful flashcards, 35 exciting story cards and 4 engaging posters to support in-class learning.

“A book that will be read over and over again” (ESU judging panel)

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INTRODUCING ENGLISH TO YOUNG CHILDREN Author: Opal Dunn This easy-to-read book looks at how children begin to acquire English as a second (or even third) language, and how teachers can best support them in this process through creating a playful and child-centred classroom environment. Reading and Writing

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MATHS

Collins International Primary Maths

AGE 5-11

CP

Series Editor: Peter Clarke Authors: Caroline Clissold, Paul Hodge, Lisa Jarmin, Ngaire Orsborn, Paul Wrangles

Inspire primary learners worldwide with a problem-solving approach anchoring mathematics in a real-life international context This series supports every child with clearly defined skills and different levels of ability within each unit through six levels. It covers the Cambridge Primary maths curriculum framework.

Student’s Books: ● Motivate

your students with a problem-solving and discovery approach to the learning of mathematics

● Inspire

with the real-life international contexts – each lesson is based on a ‘big idea’, providing an engaging, exciting theme

● Offer

your students plenty of opportunities to apply their knowledge with activities, exercises and investigations

Workbooks: ● Three

levels of challenge on each Workbook page to practise and consolidate newly acquired knowledge, skills and understanding of the mathematics learnt

Teacher’s Guides: ● Provide

the rigour of a full teaching scope and sequence for each stage with flexibility of delivery

● Lesson

plans follow a highly effective and proven lesson structure with a ‘big idea’ at the centre

● Contain

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a bank of practical hands-on learning activities

This series is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education to support the full curriculum framework from 2011.


MATHS

DVDs:

Online Resource:

 ll components of the Teacher’s Guides in editable A word documents and PDFs

Slideshows and images to support lessons

● ●

All teaching resources included on the DVDs

P lanning and teaching functionality via the adaptable planning tool and weekly planning grids

32 interactive whiteboard mathematical tools

Record keeping and reporting functionality

Full audio glossary

16 games to aid mathematical fluency

Unit

7

Key words

Number

• Find the missing number in a subtraction

Unit

7

Key words

• Add single- and 2-digit numbers

• subtract • take away • count on

Discover How many bulbs did the robot break?

Lesson 7: Adding single- and 2-digit numbers (1)

• add • plus • more

Discover It is easier to add these groups of people if you y start with the larger g number.

Number

Lesson 6: Missing number calculations: subtraction

Learn Start with the 2-digit number, then count on. 24 + 4 = 24… 25, 26, 27, 28 Learn

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Add 4 and 1 to nd the missing number.

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24 + 4 = 28

Count back from 5 until you reach 3.

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Collins International Primary Maths – Problem Solving and Reasoning

AGE 5-11

CP

NEW

Series Editor and Author: Peter Clarke

Get pupils to grasp diverse mathematical concepts with problem solving and reasoning This series is fully aligned with the Cambridge International Primary Mathematics Curriculum and forms part of the Collins International Primary Maths series. These books contain three different types of mathematical problem-solving challenge: ● Solving

mathematical problems Pupils solve problems ‘within’ mathematics itself, by recognising patterns and relationships, making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions

mathematically Pupils use logical thinking to solve problems by focusing on making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions using appropriate language

We are working with Cambridge Assessment International Education towards endorsement of these titles.

● Reasoning

and applying mathematics in real-world contexts Pupils engage in challenges that require them to use and apply their mathematical knowledge and skills in open-ended, real-world contexts

Tessellating shapes

Shapes and geometric reasoning

Challenge A tessellation is a pattern of shapes that fit perfectly together, with no overlaps or gaps.

Solving mathematical problems

1 note and 3 coins

Money

Solving mathematical problems

Challenge

You will need: • set of 2-D shapes • coloured pencils

● Using

Investigate which regular 2-D shapes tessellate.

Emily has one note and three identical coins in her purse.

Use the shapes to make some tessellating patterns.

Think about …

Investigate how much money she could have in her purse.

Think about …

Be as accurate as you can in your drawings, making sure that there are no gaps or overlaps.

Think about using colour in your tessellations, but remember, there needs to be a pattern in your colours as well as your shapes.

Look for a relationship between the different amounts you can make using one $1 note and the amounts you can make for each of the other different notes.

Recording your results systematically in a list will help you find all the different amounts Emily could have.

What if ? Can you make a tessellation from two or more different regular 2-D shapes?

What if ?

When you’ve finished, turn to page 80.

What if Emily has one coin and three identical notes in her purse?

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MATHS

Authors: Paul Hodge, Bobbie Johns and Emma Low

The simple way to ensure all your pupils are on track – diagnostic tests assess children’s mastery of the curriculum

● Assess

– structured lesson plans and guided teaching activities can be used independently or alongside any scheme

● Teach

ALL PACKS COME WITH A CD CONTAINING EDITABLE WORD DOCUMENTS

– follow up tasks help children to consolidate their learning independently and quick tests reassess their understanding

● Reassess

See the order form for the full list of Teacher’s Packs and Pupil Resource Packs

Find out more and download free samples at www.collins.co.uk/SecureMaths

English for Mathematics

AGE 7-10

Book

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English for Mathematics Karen Greenway Series Editor: Mary Wood

Series Editor: Mary Wood English Authors: Karen Greenway, Linda Glithro and for Mathematics Emma Low

Book

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English for Mathematics

This series of three practical workbooks is aimed at children in primary school who need help with their English in order to study Mathematics.

Linda Glithro Karen Greenway

Some of the language of mathematics is rarely heard outside the classroom, so may be unfamiliar to children who aren’t native English speakers. Words can also have a different meaning in the mathematics classroom. This can lead to confusion and can hinder progress.

A series for children who learn mathematics in English, focusing on specific vocabulary needed in mathematics classes

English for Mathematics Series Editor: Mary Wood

English for Mathematics includes: ● simple explanations of words and language structures, with diagrams and illustrations to aid understanding ● carefully-graded activities linked to the topic and the focus vocabulary so learners can practise using the language ● easy-to-follow notes to parents or teachers, containing ideas on how to use the book with learners. The workbooks are loosely based around expected learning outcomes in years 3, 4 and 5, but are flexible enough to be used at other times in primary school. The books can be used in class alongside the main textbook, or at home for further practice and reinforcement.

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English for Mathematics includes: simple explanations of words and language structures, with diagrams and illustrations to aid understanding carefully-graded activities linked to the topic and the focus vocabulary so learners can practise using the language ● easy-to-follow notes to parents or teachers, containing ideas on how to use the book with learners. ●

● Key

language relating to the mathematical concept of each unit is highlighted

The workbooks are loosely based around expected learning outcomes in years 3, 4 and 5, but are flexible enough to be used at other times in primary school. The books can be used in class alongside the main textbook, or at home for further practice and reinforcement.

● Cartoons, diagrams

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English for Mathematics Emma Low Karen Greenway

Some of the language of mathematics is rarely heard outside the classroom, so may be unfamiliar to children who aren’t native English speakers. Words can also have a different meaning in the mathematics classroom. This can lead to confusion and can hinder progress.

● Units

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Busy Ant Maths

AGE 4-11

AS

Series Editor: Peter Clarke Authors: Rachel Axten-Higgs, Caroline Clissold, Linda Glithro, Elizabeth Jurgensen, Nicola Morgan, Cherri Moseley, Jeanette Mumford, Jo Power, Janet Rees, Sandra Roberts and Louise Wallace

SUPPORTS A ‘MASTERY’ APPROACH TO THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS

The exciting whole-school primary maths programme that ensures conceptual understanding and mathematical fluency Busy Ant Maths... ● Provides

a cohesive programme of study – ensuring progression and mastery while supporting you in delivering curriculum objectives

● Helps

children gain confidence and understanding early on – packed with slideshows, games and interactive tools so they enjoy maths too!

● Has

● Has

assessment at the heart and start – embedding best practice across the school

been written by teachers for teachers – with over 50 years in the classroom between them, our author team really know what works

● Provides

full digital support – with an adaptable online Planning Tool and Record Keeping Tool

WRITTEN BY TEACHERS FOR TEACHER S

Peter Clarke, series editor

Peter is a highly respected mathematics consultant and lecturer working throughout the UK and abroad. A former maths subject leader, deputy headteacher and LEA advisor, he has extensive experience in teaching and writing for primary mathematics education.

HOW IS BUSY ANT MATHS STRUCTURED? Key:

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Unit 1, Week 3, Lesson 2

Naming 3-D shapes

Making models of 3-D shapes

Recognise and name 3-D shapes lying in any position

Make models of 3-D shapes using straws and 2-D shapes

Challenge

Match each picture to its 3-D shape. Copy and complete the table.

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Challenge

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cone

You will need:

Make skeletal models of these 3-D shapes with straws and sticky putty. Name each shape you make.

• 8 long straws • 10 short straws • sticky putty

3-D shape

2 Use the clues to name the three shapes below.

Challenge

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Shape B • 6 rectangular faces • 2 triangular faces • 9 edges

Shape C • flat circular face • curved sides that come to a point

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12 long straws, 8 blobs of sticky putty

Work with a partner.

Write three clues to help identify each shape. a

• interlocking triangles • interlocking squares • interlocking rectangles • interlocking hexagons

Work with a partner.

1 Name the six 3-D shapes that are lying in the sand.

Shape A • 6 rectangular faces • 8 vertices • 12 edges

You will need:

Work with a partner. Make models of these 3-D shapes with the interlocking 2-D shapes.

3-D shape

MATHS

Sample pages from Pupil Book 3A

Unit 1, Week 3, Lesson 1

b find a way to make a hexagonal prism.

You will need: • interlocking triangles • interlocking squares

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Stretch and Challenge Challenge your more able pupils with resources for each year designed to broaden and deepen their mathematical understanding. Busy Ant Maths Stretch and Challenge resources will support you in delivering structured guidance and support for gifted children who are exceeding age-related expectations in mathematics. Each Stretch and Challenge resource contains: ● An

introduction and matching charts

● 36

sets of pupil activities – one per week, consisting of between 5 and 8 different activities, all related to the same mathematical topic

● 36

sets of teaching notes, to correspond to the activities

● Resource

sheets, records of completion, self-assessment and notes – all photocopiable

Also available as Download Edition on

Test Packs These photocopiable packs, one for each year, each contain a practice test that will support you in making a decision as to whether or not an individual child has achieved mastery of the programme of study for each year group.

For more information on components and pricing, please see the order form at www.collins.co.uk/intcatalogues or visit www.collins.co.uk/busyantmaths

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The Shanghai Maths Project

AGE 5-16

Practice Books Series Editor: Curriculum For the English National Professor Lianghuo Fan Teacher’s Guides, Homework Guides and Learner Books Series Editor: Dr. Amanda Simpson

Help every pupil achieve mastery in maths with resources from Shanghai! Translated and adapted from the bestselling Shanghai Maths Programme, One Lesson, One Exercise, this programme includes full teacher support, pupil resources, digital resources and more! Maths teaching in Shanghai is built around the following principles: ● A

reinforcement from teachers that everyone can achieve high standards in maths, leading to pupil engagement and excitement about maths

● A

methodical curriculum design that helps pupils to progress at the same pace

● A

step-by-step teaching approach that builds procedural fluency and understanding of underlying mathematical concepts in tandem

Find out more at www.collins.co.uk/

● Immediate

feedback where misconceptions are addressed as they occur. Pupils get help and support directly as they work through each lesson

ractice Book

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Unlock the mathematician in every child Real Shanghai Mathematics is a rigorous primary mathematics programme, with high-quality textbooks at its centre. This authentic resource is a direct translation from Chinese into English to deliver a complete maths programme for the primary phase. Your pupils will achieve complete mastery of basic numeracy knowledge and skills allowing them to make vastly accelerated progression through to advanced numeracy.

For more information visit www.collins.co.uk/ RealShanghaiMathematics

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Snap Science

AGE 5-11

AS

Series Editor: Jane Turner

Snap Science is a dynamic, comprehensive programme, packed with inspirational resources, designed to help you deliver outstanding science throughout your school Snap Science is a whole-school resource delivered through a print Teaching Framework for each year and an online teaching and assessment toolkit available on the Collins Connect platform. ● Cultivate

a spirit of enquiry – with interactive exploration and investigation activities

● Assess

clear progression within the ‘big ideas in science’ – clearly visible in each topic and module

● Effective

assessment – measure attainment and progress with the online Record-Keeping Tool

● Simple

science solutions – supports you in delivering engaging lessons and extending your subject knowledge

● Help

every child achieve – with three levels of differentiated challenge

● Written

by a team of curriculum experts

Teeming with enquiry based, hands-on activities, as well as videos, images and more – Snap Science brings every lesson to life!

SNAPSHOT ASSESSMENT: ALL GROWN UP! | |

Year group: 2 Module: OCW Lesson 4 Module 6: Growing Up; Lessons: 3, 4, Curriculum statemen EL1, EL2 t: Y2 Animals notice that animals, including humans, have offspring which Questions to check Activity instructio grow into adults understanding ns Which picture comes Use the cards below. first? What happens Lay the cards out the young over time? to which comes first in front of the child How are human in a human’s life. and ask them like adults? How babies Then ask Point out the picture are they of the man and pregnantthem to add the others, in order. young frogs/ butterflie different? How are going to happen? woman and ask: What is s like the adults? Ask the children to are they different? How re-arrange the cards Repeat this activity using a set of life to show this. cycle cards from depending on which Mastery is achieved if the OCW lesson 4 animal you used, child: for example: frog, Can place life cycle butterfly or chicken. of human (or other in chronological order animal) and, when prompted a circle, to show , in that the adults might, go on to produce in turn, young.

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Collins International Primary Science Authors: Karen Morrison, Fiona MacGregor, Daphne Paizee, Phillipa Skillicorn, Tracey Baxter, Sunetra Berry, Pat Dower, Helen Harden, Pauline Hannigan, Anita Loughrey, Emily Miller, Jonathan Mille, Anne Pilling and Pete Robinson

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Motivate pupils with a student-centred course that develops scientific enquiry skills This series provides a progressive scheme for primary pupils worldwide. Inspiring visuals and activity-based investigative tasks stimulate children’s interest and promote independent learning. l

Deliver the requirements of the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework with confidence and ease

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Motivate your students with stunning visuals in the photograph-rich, full-colour Student’s Books and the visuals on the DVDs

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Help every child to progress with activities designed to develop their scientific enquiry skills

Student’s Books: l

Subject-specific language introduced in key words sections throughout

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Differentiated activities for practical investigations help you support every child

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Discussion points for each lesson help check comprehension

Workbooks:

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Help students record observations, investigation results and key learning

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Guide students to record work with structured writein spaces

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This series is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education to support the full curriculum framework from 2011.

AGE 5-11


DVDs:

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The DVDs are fully integrated with the course materials and provide stimulating electronic resources to support learning and assessment, including: l

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Topic

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3.5 Heating materials

• heated • melt

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Teacher’s Guides:

Material changes

Some materials get softer or melt when they are heated.

When materials are heated they become hot. Some materials change when they are heated. Clay pots and bricks get hard when they are heated. 1 Why do we need to heat clay pots and bricks before we can use them?

4 Name two other materials that get soft or melt when they are heated.

Activities 1 Investigate what happens to a slice of bread when you heat it in a toaster or over a candle ame.

Bread dough gets bigger when it is left in a warm place. When the dough is heated in an oven, it changes into bread and gets a hard crust. 2 Describe the dough in each picture. Say what has happened to make it change. 3 What will happen to the bread in picture D if the oven is too hot? A

B

C

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Collins Primary Geography

AGE 5-11

Authors: Stephen Scoffham and Colin Bridge

A progressive, skills-based scheme that includes detailed case studies, as well as an extensive range of evidence to stimulate children’s interest and develop investigative skills ● Focus

on locational knowledge – there’s emphasis on up-to-date case studies, a range of maps and atlases

● Focus

on local enquiry – Teacher’s Books provide advice and tips on how to incorporate local area study into your lesson plans

● Emphasis

on extended writing to tie in with literacy – investigation points for each lesson offer varied writing exercises to improve literacy skills with both descriptive and comparative exercises

Pupil Books: ● Engage

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your pupils’ geography vocabulary with subject specific language introduced throughout

Teacher’s Books: ● Planning

support for each lesson with clear links on how to develop pupils’ map and investigative skills

● Advice

on progression, differentiation and assessment within the scheme Pupil Book 1&2

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GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY & PSHE

Atlases AGE 4-7

COLLINS FIRST ATLAS ● Includes maps of the UK, Europe and the world ●

I ntroduce geographical vocabulary with simple maps and labelling and help students understand key concepts

COLLINS CHILDREN’S WORLD MAP ●

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Collins First Atlas, second edition Collins First Atlas: Interactive Version (DVD)

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 his colourfully illustrated pictorial T map takes children on a journey of discovery around the countries of the world

Collins Children’s World Map

Multi-topic thematic atlases feature geography, history and environmental studies  einforce atlas skills with R maps, charts, data and graded activities

World in Maps

978-0-00-752477-8 £7.99

World in Maps Activities

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COLLINS PRIMARY ATLAS ●

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 evelop map-reading skills D and build understanding of the meaning of scale and measuring distances

Introduce pupils to facts and diagrams about the longest rivers, largest cities, highest mountains, largest lakes and much more

Collins Primary Atlas, 978-0-00-814675-7 fifth edition

COLLINS JUNIOR ATLAS ●

E xpand and develop your pupils’ geographical knowledge in preparation for secondary school

 each your pupils about the world today with the latest facts, T statistics, topic maps, satellite imagery and photographs, plus ecological footprint values in the country statistics

Collins Junior Atlas

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AGE 6-11

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Primary Connected Geography Author: David Weatherly

Connecting the curriculum through enquiry-based learning ● Written

for teachers and carefully designed to increase confidence and extend the professional expertise of colleagues teaching geography in a primary school

● Made

up of 18 enquiries to ensure progression and continuity of knowledge and understanding, geographical skills and conceptual development through the programme

● Provides

teachers with the background content knowledge they require and step by step guidance through the enquiry process

● Offers

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Primary Connected History Author: David Weatherly

Connecting the curriculum through enquiry-based learning Collins Connected History is a digital Teachers’ Professional Development Programme connecting the primary history curriculum through enquiry based learning. Written for teachers and carefully designed to increase the confidence and extend the professional expertise of all colleagues teaching history to primary pupils. It can be used either to deliver history as a separate subject or as the focus for wide ranging cross-curricular work.

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COLLINS PRIMARY HISTORY

Authors: John Corn, Kevin Jane, Tony D. Triggs and Priscilla Wood

Delve into a wide range of popular historical periods and topics with resources that highlight change and development

 children discover what life was really like with eye-catching illustrations of everyday life A id understanding of how history influences today’s society using stimulating text and illustrations C hallenge pupils with enquiry-based activities that focus on specific aspects of the period Support less able students with differentiated

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Engage your pupils with four key periods of world history with these highly illustrated full-colour resources Ancient Greece

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AGE 4-11

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Cover the Citizenship curriculum using real-life starting points children can relate to Help your pupils to become informed, active, responsible citizens and provide them with the skills they need to live confident, happy and independent lives. Textbook 1 (7–8)

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Fully resourc p r imary mus ed ic scheme No music d reading require

AGE 3-11

Authors: Helen MacGregor, Maureen Hanke, Stephen Chadwick, Ian Lawrence, Sue Nicholls and Matthew Holmes

Packed full of topic-based, cross-curricular activities, Music Express is the perfect resource for anyone teaching the primary curriculum The print books are the ideal solution for peripatetic and primary teachers who aren’t looking for a whole-school scheme. Each pack contains: ● ●

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A year of weekly lessons – that’s 100 activities! Great songs, stories, visuals, movies and more from across the world and throughout history CDs of performance, backing and teaching audio tracks DVD-ROM containing whiteboard displays for all lessons with audio, graphics, movies and slide shows

Six medium-term and 36 weekly lesson plans

Glossary and background information

Music Express Extras are also available, discover them online at www.collins.co.uk/music

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No music reading required Music Express Online is the whole-school solution to delivering the music curriculum. With all the plans and activities found in the Music Express books, CDs and CD-ROMs plus a wealth of extra resources, Music Express Online is the obvious choice for anyone teaching music in primary schools. Features and benefits: ●

Full resources for teaching curriculum music from Early Years to age 11

A Song Bank with hundreds of songs suitable for all ages and abilities

Lesson plans, schemes of work, assessment sheets and more

A wealth of activities specially designed for Early Years practitioners

Backing tracks and performance tracks with synchronised lyric display

Materials to develop foundational musical skills

A scheme of work and resources for whole-class ukulele teaching

Written by leading music education experts

Easy-to-use materials to support teachers with little or no musical experience

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Song Bank with over 400 songs to choose from

Downloadable PDF providing medium-term plans and individual lesson plans

Key vocabulary and definitions

Unit summary highlighting crosscurricular links

Quick reference summary of lesson objectives and equipment requirements

Ages 6-7 sample lesson

Tabs provide easy access to activities and teaching notes

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Singing Subjects

Suitable fo r non-speciali st teachers

Sing to learn while you learn to sing!

AGE 3-11

No music reading required

SINGING PHONICS These lively songs use familiar tunes set to carefully constructed words that guide teachers and practitioners through phonics development. Packed with cross-curricular links, each book offers child-initiated activities and games along with a CD of performance and backing tracks.

SINGING SCIENCE, SPELLING, MATHS Songbooks bursting with stimulating play-based activities to teach a range of subjects.

SINGING TIMES TABLES Rhythmic rapping and vibrant vocals transform learning the times tables – whether it’s rote learning, applying calculations or testing them. For times tables with a special x factor, these cool, contemporary songs are the place for kids to start.

SINGING LANGUAGES Contemporary songs carefully devised to teach basic words and phrases. Each pack contains 22 photocopiable songs and a CD of performance and backing tracks.

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Finalist for The Music Teacher Awards for Excellence 2016

MUSIC

Everybody Sing!

AGE 7-11

These engaging themed songbooks contain five original songs linked to curriculum topics in upper primary. Each book includes lyrics, piano accompaniments and teaching notes as well as a CD of backing, demonstration and teaching tracks. Perfect for concerts, assemblies and classrooms.

EVERYBODY SING! SCIENCE Pupils will love these fact-filled catchy songs about light, muscles, bones, forces, solids, liquids and gases.

EVERYBODY SING! HISTORY Uncover amazing facts about key moments in history including the Romans, the Vikings, Ancient Greece, World War II and the first railways.

EVERYBODY SING! LANGUAGES Inspire a love of languages by encouraging your class to sing in French, Spanish, Hindi and Polish. Learn greetings, numbers and simple phrases.

SINGING OUT!

AGE 7-11

No music reading required

Integrate Music with PSHE, Citizenship and Religious Education with this exciting collection of twelve new pop songs. Covering values such as thankfulness, humility, endurance, forgiveness and justice, these songs are suitable for those of all faiths or none and will teach, inspire and bring young people together.

SING! PLAY! LEARN! WITH GO KID MUSIC

AGE 5-11

NEW

Each book contains 12 excellent topic-based songs in contemporary styles that teachers and children will love. As well as audio performance and backing tracks, each song comes with an easy-to-follow teaching video with on-screen lyrics, including demonstrations of Makaton signs. Many songs also feature optional instrumental parts.

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MUSIC

Get Set! Piano

AGE 5-11

The start of a musical journey The critically acclaimed Get Set! Tutor Books cover the key elements of musical learning and are packed with tunes and ideas to support and inspire young musicians. The Get Set! Pieces Books follow and supplement the tutor books and include beautiful illustrations, activities and engaging pieces of music.

NEW

Get Set! Piano Christmas Crackers contains over 30 carols for the beginner pianist, featuring a range of techniques and quizzes to support musical development from the very first lessons to Grade 2.

Magic

AGE 5-11

Transform your group instrumental lessons

RECORDER MAGIC

CDs of performance and backing tracks also

Perfect fo r whole–class teaching

Recorder Magic is an acclaimed recorder method for beginners at four levels, with fresh new tunes and performance opportunities right from the start. Perfect for specialist and generalist teachers alike.

UKULELE MAGIC Ukulele Magic offers everything you and your pupils need to get started on the ukulele – whether solo, with friends or in a whole-class setting. Specially devised for primary aged children, this method is available in pupil and teacher editions to suit your needs. Ukulele Magic Songbook is ideal to use with Ukulele Magic Tutor Book 1 or any other ukulele tutor books. It provides plenty of songs to make sure you keep playing as you learn.

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Gloriumptious musicals based on Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes

MUSIC

ROALD DAHL MUSICALS

AGE 7+

Each musical runs for approximately 40 minutes and offers: ●

7–10 speaking parts

Any number of non-speaking parts

Singing chorus

Piano/vocal score

Pull-out script

CD/CD-ROM including backing tracks and extra activities

TERRY PRATCHETT MUSICALS

AGE 9+

Two of Terry Pratchett’s best-loved children’s adventures have been cleverly adapted for the stage. With original music and an action-packed script, these musicals will captivate performers and audience alike. Each pack includes a piano/vocal score, pull-out photocopiable script, and performance CD.

HOW TO TEACH PRIMARY MUSIC This handy dip-in book contains 100 practical and varied ideas to support anyone teaching music in primary schools. Ideal for use in class and the wider school, this bite-sized book offers a wealth of ideas to help you get your colleagues and pupils enthused about music.

Finalist fo r The Music Teacher Awards fo r Excellence 2018

How to Teach Secondary Music and How to Teach Instrumental and Singing lessons also available.

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SPANISH

¡A Volar!

AGE 5-11

An engaging 5-level primary Spanish course suitable for primary pupils whose first language is English

● All

Pupil Books include an audio CD, featuring speciallycommissioned songs and audio for listening and speaking exercises and pronunciation of vocabulary

● Workbooks

provide additional material for practice and reinforcement. Carefully graded exercises allow learners to revisit and revise the core vocabulary and language points of each unit

● With

step-by-step lesson plans, detailed notes, and suggestions for a variety of optional and extension activities, teachers can be confident that they will be fully prepared for each lesson with the Teacher’s Guides

● The

Foundation Level Teacher’s Guide includes photocopiable resources for pupils to use in class or at home

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TEACHER’S GUIDES

WORKBOOKS


Help improve young learner language skills at home or in the classroom

PRIMARY DICTIONARIES

Collins Primary Illustrated French and Spanish Dictionaries AGE 9+

Easy-to-use, colourful bilingual dictionaries provide the perfect reference for young language learners with detailed coverage of core French and Spanish vocabulary. ● Simple

examples and colourful illustrations help children to remember words and translations

● Highlighted ● Additional

key words and extra language tips help pupils grasp vital vocabulary

information on life and culture as well as topic pages cover key themes

New designs coming soon

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Collins Primary Illustrated French Dictionary

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Collins Primary Illustrated Spanish Dictionary

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PRIMARY DICTIONARIES

COLLINS FIRST DICTIONARY ●

The perfect dictionary for starting school

Examplesand illustrations given to clarify meaning

Alphabet shown on every page

Support for spelling, grammar and punctuation

AGE 5+

Collins First School Dictionary 978-0-00-820676-5 £9.99

COLLINS PRIMARY DICTIONARY ● Beautiful ● Fully ● Full

colour illustrations and photographs

up-to-date headword list

sentence definitions and child-friendly examples

● Revised

and updated Word Wizard supplement offering support with grammar, punctuation and spelling

● Earth

and Space supplement offering information on the Solar System, the Earth, the Moon, and the world’s continents, mountains, rivers, oceans and flags Collins Primary Dictionary 978-0-00-820678-9 £10.99

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AGE 7+


PRIMARY DICTIONARIES

COLLINS PRIMARY THESAURUS

AGE 7+

● Full

definitions for every entry and sample sentences for each synonym to help improve your child’s vocabulary

● Words

to use in all types of writing, from fiction to non-fiction, plus advice on particular writing styles

● Word

power boxes for in-depth examination of special language features

● Usage

tips for extra help with using the word

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COLLINS MATHS DICTIONARY ● Contains ● Gives

AGE 7+

full coverage of maths terminology

clear explanations of the key maths terms that pupils need

● Makes

clear links to show how maths is used in real-life contexts

● Incorporates

appealing illustrations and colourful diagrams to help with understanding

● Includes

extensive supplements which illustrate related mathematical concepts and vocabulary

Collins Maths Dictionary 978-0-00-821237-7 £9.99

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REVISION AND PRACTICE

NEW TITLES

Collins KS1 & KS2 Revision and Practice

AGE 5-11

When it comes to getting the best results, practice really does make perfect! Using a repeated and spaced practice method, Collins revision helps pupils achieve the best results. ●●

Five spaced practice opportunities for every topic

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Quick tests to check understanding

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Differentiated practice questions at the end of each topic

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Review and mixed practice questions later in the book

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Downloadable flash cards for use in the classroom and at home

Statistics

Block graphs show information using a number scale. They are better at showing larger amounts. Look at the graph about snails. If you use the number scale at the side, you can see how many snails were found. The scale counts in lots of five.

A pictogram is a way of showing information using pictures. Key:

Look at this pictogram. It shows information about snacks brought into school.

25

Grapes

Apples

A tally chart is used to show data. A tally chart counts in lots of five.

Example

There is one tally of five and four lines, so the total is 9.

Key Point

5

The category with the biggest number is the most popular. The category with the smallest number is the least popular.

0

A vertical mark shows one object up to four objects. The fifth object is marked by a diagonal line. So this tally shows 8.

Tally Charts

Key Point total number

Targeted Practice Workbooks target every topic by year with questions organised into three levels of difficulty

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If you count the bunches of grapes, there are four. So four children brought grapes.

There are two tallies of five and two lines, so the total is 12.

The scale tells you that 20 grey snails, 15 white snails, 10 orange snails and 25 brown snails were found.

20 15

Oranges

How many children brought grapes?

Workbooks provide additional practice opportunities

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= 1 child brought an apple

Strawberries

The pictogram shows that three children brought an apple, because there are three apples.

Revision Guides offer clear and concise explanations of topics with lots of practice throughout

Example

What is a Pictogram? Example

Revise

Block Graphs

Pictograms, Charts and Graphs

• Interpret and construct simple pictograms, tally charts and block diagrams • Answer simple questions by counting the number of objects in each category and sorting them by quantity

There is one tally of five and one line, so the total is 6.

A tally chart counts in lots of five.

Grey

White

Orange

Brown

Quick Test 1. Use the block graph above to answer these questions. a) What was the most common snail? b) What was the total of grey and white snails? c) Fill in this tally chart to represent the information shown in the block graph. Coloured snail Test Your Skills Grey White Orange Brown

Tally

• • • • •

4 Complete this number pattern:

There are two tallies of five, so the total is 10.

Test Your Skills

Key Words

Mixed Questions

Pictogram Information Tally chart PS Block graph Scale

Mixed Questions

1, 2, 3, 3, 1, 2

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Problem-solving questions

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Sample pages from Collins KS1 Revision and Practice Maths Revision Guide

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7 Fill in the missing numbers.

b

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35

40

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1 mark

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b) Face letter c and make a half turn clockwise. 1 mark

c) What fraction of the circle is shaded?

a) 19

It shows the snacks that some children brought to school.

Key:

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more oranges than apples.

c) What was the favourite snack? d) How many snacks were brought altogether?

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AGE 5-11

However pupils like to learn, Letts will get them through their test Revision Guides:

REVISION AND PRACTICE

LETTS KS1 & KS2 REVISION SUCCESS

Have-a-go with hands-on activities and free audio!

Workbooks: Get practising with tons of questions

Practice Test Papers:

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You can use subtraction to check addition sums.

Here are some different ways of showing multiplication and division ion questions. 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10

26 + 35 = 61 To check the answer is correct, you u can work out: 61 – 35 = 26 or 61 – 26 = 35

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They share the sweets. How many do they each get?

72 – 48 = 24 To check the answer is correct, you u can work out: 24 + 48 = 72

What if they have 14 sweets?

Missing number problems ems

Nia has six 10p coins.

You might be asked to find a missing number in a question. Think carefully about the order in which to write the two numbers. Do you need to add or subtract them?

How much money does she have?

73 – __ = 27

__ × 5 = 35

73 – 27 = 46

35 ÷ 5 = 7

20 ÷ 10 = 2

7 × 5 = 35

20 ÷ 2 = 10

Playing games and doing puzzles are

Remember: • All even numbers can be divided by 2. • Numbers ending in 5 or 0 can be divided by 5. • Numbers ending in 0 can be divided by 10.

Example question: Find the missing numbers: 20 ÷ __ = 10

a good way to learn. Try this puzzle: Pick four one-digit numbers. How Parent tip! many even numbers

Answers: 87 – 45 = 42

can you make?

Now check your answers. 45 + 42 = 87

73 – 46 = 27

Parent tip!

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Shareen and Sam have 12 sweets.

You can also use addition to check subtraction ubtraction questions.

45 + __ = 87

Different ways of showing questions

Have a go!

Encourage your child to check their answers using another kind of calculation, e.g. subtraction for addition sums.

Make sure you know which numbers are even and which are odd. Check to see which unit digits make a number odd and which make a number even.

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b. 70 – __ = 62 c. 4 + __ + 3 = 15

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Collins Primary Focus

AGE 5-11

Authors: Rachel Axten-Higgs, John Jackman, Wendy Wren, Sarah Lindsay, Louis Fidge, Joyce Vallar, Carol Doncaster and Sue Pee

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PYP

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Support children in developing key language and literacy skills ●● Flexible, affordable, pick-up-and-teach

resources that can be used to develop core technical English skills alongside any reading programme ●● Learning

aims, clear explanations and activities allow children to practise, develop and extend their understanding

●● Three

clear levels of differentiation throughout make it easy to provide the right material to support the individual needs of each child

●● Integrated

assessment helps you to identify the learning needs of your pupils and check progress easily

COLLINS ENGLISH SKILLS l

Provide progressive, sustainable development in these key areas with activities and learning tasks that build critical literacy skills

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Cover all the elements of the Primary Literacy Framework with this easy-to-use course, including comprehension, grammar, creative writing, study skills and more

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Use with the whole class, small groups or individuals, this flexible up-to-date approach is ideal for both extension and reinforcement Collins English Skills – Book 1

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Collins English Skills – Book 2

978-0-00-743719-1

£9.99

Collins English Skills – Book 3

978-0-00-743720-7

£9.99

Collins English Skills – Book 4

978-0-00-743721-4

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Collins English Skills – Book 5

978-0-00-743722-1

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Collins English Skills – Book 6

978-0-00-743723-8

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AGE 4-11

NEW

The new Collins Assessment range has been developed to assess and track pupils’ progress in key English and Mathematical skills. These tests allow you to identify strengths and weaknesses and support judgments in key areas. All titles include free downloadable editable files, so you can adapt the test to your classroom needs.

Assessment

REVISION AND PRACTICE

COLLINS ASSESSMENT

Time Tables Tests Up To 12x12 Tests to build understanding, as well as recall and fluency Assessing Receptive Vocabulary Close the word gap with visual tests and word lists for ages 4 to 7 Spelling Half Termly Tests A consistent and systematic way of assessing spelling in your school Weekly Arithmetic Tests Identify gaps in upper primary pupils learning and familiarise them with examinations

Find out more on www.collins.co.uk/assessment

COLLINS EASY LEARNING

AGE 3-11

Author: Karen Morrison

Give children a real sense of achievement with fun activities that boost confidence in specific skills l

Give 3–11 year-olds a head start with practice skills books that help develop key literacy skills through lots of fun activities

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Boost children’s confidence and enjoyment with games, clear explanations, tips and answers to check understanding

Collins Easy Learning is available for a variety of English and Maths related subjects, for Age Groups 3–5, 5–7, 7–11 and KS1 and KS2. See order form for full list of available titles and pricing.

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REVISION AND PRACTICE AGE 5-11

Fluency in Number Facts Author: Peter Clarke

Easy steps to maths confidence Fluency in Number Facts is packed with exciting games and activities to improve children’s recall of number facts and mental maths skills. These activities help to develop children’s conceptual understanding and their ability to recall and apply knowledge accurately. ●● Improve

children’s recall of number facts and embed mental maths skills with paired and whole-class activities as well as quick mental maths tests

●● Assess

children’s progress with mental maths tests, including audio support, and self-assessment opportunities

●● Cultivate

skills with games and activities that can be used within the maths lesson or throughout the day for practise and consolidation

Fluency in Number Facts Teacher’s Guide

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Collins Mental Maths

eG

Years 1 & 2

AGE 5-11

Support the development of key mathematical skills with six one-a-week mental maths test books

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A fun way to test maths understanding

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‘How well did I do?’ charts help children track their progress

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Notes provide support for parents

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Children will go Wild About learning using these fun activity books covering Maths and English topics Packed with amazing facts about weird and wonderful animals, children can improve their maths and English skills and explore the natural world along the way.

REVISION AND PRACTICE

Letts Wild About

AGE 3-11

●● Appealing

learning approach for budding young explorers keen to discover their world

●● Accessible

and practical activities which support everything your child has learnt at school

Prefixes dis a n d mis w il D FACT When Wh

naturalists first saw pictures of the platypus, they thought it was a hoax because it looked

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disobey misinterpret

There are no rules about these prefixes: you just have to learn them!

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Task 3

beaver, a bill like a duck,

Write down the words that start with the prefix dis or mis that these definitions are describing.

feet like an otter and it lays eggs! The male even has a venomous spur on its back

a Not faithful or loyal:

foot. If disturbed, they will utter a low growl.

b Spell incorrectly: c Not honourable: d Not connected: e Bad luck:

Add either the prefix dis or mis to these words. Exploring Further …

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REVISION AND PRACTICE

Keen Kite

AGE 5-11

Pick-up-and-go classroom resources to help teachers fix specific issues

Developed with teachers for teachers

READING DETECTIVES Prepare children for the most difficult aspects of their reading test with comprehension exercises that concentrate on developing the key skills of inference and deduction. ●● Set

questions that gradually progress pupils’ skills and deeper understanding of a text

●● Increase

vocabulary and reading stamina with a rich variety of texts

●● Teaching

assessment for evaluating the expected standard

A–Z OF GRAMMAR AND MATHS VOCABULARY

LANGUAGE FOR MATHS Help EAL children untangle the language of maths reasoning. ●● Questions

Teacher survival guides for all the key terminology.

●● Vocab

●● Simple

and collaborative activities and language guidance

EVERYDAY PROBLEM SOLVING & REASONING Activities for all pupils that can be added to any maths lesson. ●● Editable

files on the CD-ROM

●● Extra

explanations

●● Examples

FILL GRAMMAR GAPS Revise the trickiest topics across each Key Stage. ●● Interactive

games on the

CD-ROM ●● Fun

classroom ideas and editable worksheets

ideas and guidance for each strategy

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CLASSROOM DISPLAY

Classroom Display and More Belair books help teachers to develop excellent practice across the primary curriculum. Each title offers a wealth of inspirational, expert advice and achievable, classroomtested ideas that you’ll use year after year. ●

P acked with creative approaches to teaching and learning, Belair’s unique support will help you to teach brilliantly and make a real difference in your classroom through your subject leadership

 ritten by expert practitioners, skilled at developing strong visual resources, who W have an infectious enthusiasm for creative teaching practice, so you can be confident that the ideas will work

E ach book is richly illustrated with real examples of children’s work to show just what you and your pupils can achieve

L earn how to use display as an integral teaching and learning tool with Belair On Display, resources which include full support for accessing and extending topics across the primary curriculum

 urture early learning with a wealth of creative and practical ideas for learning N through play in Belair Early Years, perfect to support the Early Years Foundation Stage

Whole School Themes

Whole School Themes

Choosing a School Theme A whole school theme can be used to create a childfriendly and child-oriented environment. Different areas and sections of the school can be joined together under one idea. Within this, individual classes can take on roles and identities that add to the overall theme. With a whole school Jungle Theme each class takes on the name of an animal, for example, the Lions or the Elephants. Open spaces and communal areas can take on identities of their own which are linked to the theme, such as the Jungle Books Reading Zone for the library, shown in the photograph. As the theme is extended throughout the premises the children are constantly reminded that they are members of a whole school community.

Theme Ideas ●

Ocean: focus on the various environments found under the ocean, with classes adopting different sea creatures as their symbols.

Space: use planets, space stations and space ships to capture the children’s imagination.

Fairy tales: let the classes choose their favourite fairy tale as their identity.

Airport: use aspects of an airport to rename parts of the school. Classes could be different gates, early years could be renamed Arrivals, and Departures could be the new identity of the top (leaving) class.

House system: more formal, but by creating a house system within the school, children can be encouraged to think about a new identity across the age groups.

Cross-curricular Links ●

Speaking and listening: hold a school election to choose the overall theme. Ask children to debate their chosen theme and allow the school to vote for a winner.

Literacy/ICT: research into the chosen theme and produce a newsletter report that can be used to help publicise the activities going on in school.

Starting Points 1.

Staff agree on a selection of themes that would be appropriate for the school.

2.

Share these ideas with the children and decide as a school which theme to adopt.

3.

Hold a ‘themed week’ to launch and introduce the new theme and have school-wide art sessions to establish some of the initial visual aspects of the theme.

4.

Each class should choose an identity that links to the overall theme and possibly a class motto or song.

5.

Rename key areas around the school, such as ‘The Clearing’ for the hall, ‘Jungle Drums’ or ‘Jungle Beats’ for the music room, and ‘The Watering-hole’ for the canteen. 6.

Extend the displays outwards from the classrooms and communal areas into the corridors.

7.

Design a large mural featuring the class identities and set it up in a prominent position in the school.

8.

Make class symbols from collage materials, such as the lion in the photograph.

9.

Display the collage symbols in a main area of the school such as the reception to establish immediate awareness of the theme.

PSHCE: for a jungle theme produce ‘Jungle Vines’ as shown here. Each leaf carries a promise about how the children are going to behave and work hard to build a successful jungle. These can be displayed in corridors to enhance the overall effect.

Art: make masks to match each class’s chosen identity. These can be used in class assemblies and when representing the school.

Drama/Music/PE: look at, and brainstorm the different characteristics of each class symbol (animals in the jungle, for example - how would they act, walk?). Use music to simulate their movements or choose instruments to represent each symbol. Create a school song or dance involving each class’s identity.

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