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International Primary Catalogue 2016


International Primary

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We are proud to share the gold-standard tradition and contemporary relevance of the University of Cambridge. For us, academic rigour, innovative thinking and leadingedge practices are crucial aspects of delivering the excellent, fully rounded education that the 21st century learner demands. Cambridge University Press is a world-leading international education publisher, providing educational materials, resources and services to teachers and learners, from ages 3 to 19, in over 160 countries. We are a not-for-profit organisation and follow the core values of the University of Cambridge, ensuring all of our publishing reflects the Cambridge standards around encouraging and supporting critical thinking, thinking skills, problem solving and creativity. CUPeducation 2


International Primary

Contents Cambridge Primary Science

Cambridge Primary Mathematics

Learner’s Books

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Activity Books

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Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM 8

Cambridge Primary Mathematics Word Problems

Literacy 14

Cambridge Primary Mathematics Toolbox 15 Mathematics

Cambridge Primary English Learner’s Books

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Activity Books

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Latin 24

Cambridge Primary Maths Word Problems (Arabic)

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Cambridge Reading Adventures

Penpals for Handwriting

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Cambridge Handwriting Arabic Edition

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Activity Books

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Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM 11 Cambridge Primary Mathematics Learner’s Books

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Games Books with CD-ROM

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Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM 12

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Phonics Workbooks

Learner’s Books

Minimus: Starting out in Latin

Perfect Times

Handwriting

Cambridge Global English

Latin

Minimus Secundus: Moving on in

Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM 10 10

i-read 23

Cambridge Reading Adventures

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Pink A and B

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Red 26 Yellow 27 Blue 27

Computer Science

Green 27

Click Start

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Student’s Books

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Student’s Books with CD-ROM

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Turquoise 28

Teacher’s Manuals with CD-ROM

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Purple 28

Orange 28

Gold 29

ICT Cambridge ICT Starters

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Computing

White 29 Cambridge Reading Adventures – Teaching Support

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Cambridge Primary Mathematics and Science

Coding Club

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Teaching and Assessment

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Python: Basics

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Reading notes

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Supplementary Activity Books

Python: Programming Art

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Contact Your Local Agent

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Our Commitment to Digital Resources We understand the role that digital learning technologies can play at school and in the home, so we’re committed to giving teachers and learners the opportunity

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CD included

Teacher’s resources available

to use a blend of digital and print resources according to their individual learning styles and environments.

e-Book available

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Cambridge resources for Cambridge qualifications Cambridge International Examinations prepares school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. They are part of Cambridge Assessment, a department of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge University Press – also a department of the University of Cambridge – is the oldest publishing house in the world and shares teachers’ and learners’ passion and commitment to providing the best educational experience for learners that will last their entire lifetime. Cambridge University Press works with Cambridge International Examinations and experienced authors, to produce high-quality endorsed textbooks and digital resources that support Cambridge teachers and encourage Cambridge learners worldwide.

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Cambridge Resources for Cambridge Qualifications Cambridge International Examinations qualifications are recognised by the world’s best universities and employers, giving students a wide range of options in their education and career. As a not-for-profit organisation, they devote resources to delivering high-quality educational programmes that can unlock learners’ potential. Cambridge University Press publishes over 120 fully endorsed titles in over 20 subjects to support Cambridge International Examinations qualifications: Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Secondary 1, Cambridge IGCSE®, Cambridge O Level, Cambridge International AS and A Level and Cambridge Pre-U.

Endorsed Resources This catalogue contains all resources we publish for Cambridge International Examinations Primary qualifications, which include all endorsed resources and forthcoming resources going through the endorsement process.

Audio CD included

Titles with this symbol are fully endorsed.

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Teacher’s Book

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By Gill Budgell & Kate Ruttle

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Blended Resources for Blended Learning Cambridge University Press is committed to offering teachers and learners innovative and effective resources to suit a wide range of needs for print, digital and blended solutions. In 2015 we launched Cambridge Elevate to support and deliver on this commitment. What is Cambridge Elevate? Cambridge Elevate is our digital learning platform. Through Cambridge Elevate, teachers and students can access digital resources for classroom teaching and home learning, in the form of Enhanced and Standard Digital Editions. We will be making most of our student coursebooks available in Standard Digital Editions; many of these will also be available in Enhanced Digital Editions.

teachers and students to annotate and personalise the content in ways that best support their teaching and learning.

Which titles are available in Cambridge Elevate Editions?

Look for this symbol in the product pages of this catalogue to find out An Enhanced Digital Edition enjoys all the which of our titles are available in Standard same features of the Standard Digital Edition, and Enhanced Elevate Editions. with the added benefit of extra content designed to enrich and improve the teaching Find out more and learning experience. This additional Please visit our website to find out more content will vary according to the needs and opportunities of different subjects, and about our Cambridge Elevate Editions, and how schools, teachers and students are may include interactive, audio and video A Standard Digital Edition in Cambridge making the most of what they have to offer. resources, as well as formative assessment Elevate will provide the coursebook in You can also register for a free 30-day trial electronic form, which you can read on-screen questions and a results service that allows to explore the content, features and benefits. teachers and curriculum coordinators a on your computer both online and offline, view of progress at both an individual and education.cambridge.org/ or on a tablet via an App. A range of tools cambridgeelevate and functions in Cambridge Elevate enable a class level.

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Primary publishing from Cambridge In 2014, Cambridge University Press launched the Cambridge Primary programme, an exciting new series for the Cambridge Primary curriculum frameworks from Cambridge International Examinations. Made up of Primary English (for first language learners), Global English (for English as a Second Language learners), Primary Mathematics and Primary Science, these series are designed to support teachers and help learners to succeed in Primary education. These resources fulfil the requirements of the Cambridge Primary curriculum and have been endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations.* Focusing on academic achievement, this series is an ideal resource for any international or bilingual school. The suite of resources is written with English as a Second Language (ESL) learners in mind, and focuses on developing language,

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In addition, we are proud to publish a brand-new Primary guided reading scheme, Cambridge Reading Adventures, Designed to set the foundations for future which we have produced in collaboration learning, Cambridge Primary sets clear with the Institute of Education at University goals for learners and teachers, and provides College London, world leaders in the carefully structured questions, tasks and pedagogy of Primary reading. Cambridge end-of-unit tests to help build students’ Reading Adventures provide a range of confidence and help teachers monitor progress. genres and text types, written by leading authors and designed by expert Building on the global success of these illustrators. Full details can be found on series, in 2016 we will launch further pages 25 to 30. supplementary resources with differentiated Challenge and Skills Builder activity books *We are working towards endorsement of the Global to help ensure every child is making progress English series, which follows a curriculum framework developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment. in their learning in the key areas of Maths and Science. You can find out more on page 13. knowledge and skills across English, Maths and Science.

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PRIMARY CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY SCIENCE

Cambridge Primary Science Cambridge Primary Science fully covers the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework. It offers numerous teaching ideas to give flexibility, allowing teachers to select activities most appropriate to their classroom and learners. Cambridge Primary Science provides for enquiry-based learning and teaching. The scientific enquiry objectives are integrated throughout to encourage learning of these skills alongside the scientific concepts. The language level is carefully pitched to be accessible to EAL/ESL learners, with concepts illustrated through diagrams to allow visual understanding and learning. There is dedicated support for practising scientific language and vocabulary. Comprehensive teaching support helps teachers to bring all elements of the course together in the classroom.

Learner’s Books ENDORSED

In our Learner’s Books, all required learning objectives are covered in an engaging visual layout and suggestions for hands-on activities encourage enquiry-led learning. ‘Talk about it’ features stimulate classroom discussion, and ‘Check your progress’ questions present assessment opportunities and help prepare for progression and Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Tests. Learner’s Book Stage 1 Learner’s Book Stage 2 Learner’s Book Stage 3

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Learner’s Book Stage 4 Learner’s Book Stage 5 Learner’s Book Stage 6

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Activity Books In the Activity Books, additional exercises for each topic may be completed in class or set as homework. These exercises help to consolidate understanding, apply knowledge in new situations, and develop scientific enquiry skills. Core vocabulary is developed in a dedicated language activity for each unit. ENDORSED Activity Book Stage 1 Activity Book Stage 2 Activity Book Stage 3

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Activity Book Stage 4 Activity Book Stage 5 Activity Book Stage 6

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Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM The Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM offer support for all three components. Teaching ideas offer flexibility with numerous activity suggestions, as well as guidance on differentiation, assessment and using resources available online. Additionally, a collection of worksheets supports suggested activities. The resource offers flexible delivery, with all content both in print and in editable format on CD-ROM.

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Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM

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PRIMARY CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY ENGLISH

Cambridge Primary English Cambridge Primary English is a course that combines flexibility, thorough coverage and quality content. It has been fully endorsed to be used with the Cambridge Primary English curriculum framework (Stages 1 to 6) from Cambridge International Examinations. These resources are aimed at first language English learners, encouraging them to actively explore, use and apply their core listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through individual, pair and group work. Engaging activities provide opportunities for differentiated learning and promote creativity and critical thinking. Lively international fiction, non-fiction and poetry texts are the basis for teaching reading and writing skills, including comprehension, grammar, punctuation, phonics and spelling.

Learners also practise their spoken English to build vocabulary and confidence through class and group discussion. Each stage contains three core components (Learner’s Book, Activity Book, and Teacher’s Resource Book with accompanying CD-ROM) which are fully integrated and offer a complete solution to teaching Cambridge Primary English. Also available are Phonics Workbooks A and B, providing an essential foundation in phonics skills.

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Learner’s Books

Activity Books

The Learner’s Books include nine thematic units on exciting topics to engage young learners. Activities encourage learners to actively explore, use and apply their core listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through individual, pair and group work. Lively international fiction, non-fiction and poetry texts form the basis for teaching reading and writing skills.

The Activity Books support, enrich and reinforce the core teaching in the Learner’s Books, using the same themes and texts to enhance comprehension. Activities are designed to build, practise and consolidate the reading and writing skills of all learners. Further activities and games target specific grammar and language points, extra writing and spelling activities.

Learner’s Book Stage 1 Learner’s Book Stage 2 Learner’s Book Stage 3 Learner’s Book Stage 4 Learner’s Book Stage 5 Learner’s Book Stage 6

Activity Book Stage 1 Activity Book Stage 2 Activity Book Stage 3 Activity Book Stage 4 Activity Book Stage 5 Activity Book Stage 6

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Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Books include a complete mapping grid to the Cambridge Primary English curriculum framework. Step-by-step teaching notes include opportunities for differentiated learning and phonics links to highlight where extra phonics practice could be integrated. Fully cross-referenced for the most effective use of the Learner’s Book and Activity Book. Over 30 Photocopy masters (PCMs) and photocopiable spelling lists. The CD-ROMs include PDFs of the Teacher’s Book content for printing and reference. Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM Teacher���s Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM

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Phonics Workbooks Phonics Workbook A is aimed at learners aged between 4 and 5 and is a foundation stage in phonics skills. Phonics Workbook B is intended for use in Year 1 (ages 6 to 7), and can be used alongside Stage 1 of the Cambridge Primary English course or with similar courses. The books are appropriate for children learning English as a first or as a second language.

Phonics Workbook A Phonics Workbook B

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PRIMARY CAMBRIDGE GLOBAL ENGLISH

Cambridge Global English Stages 1–6 Cambridge Global English is an eight-stage, language-rich English course which can be used as a stand-alone English as a Second Language (ESL) curriculum or as part of an innovative suite of materials created by Cambridge University Press for young learners at international primary and secondary schools. Our Cambridge Global English Primary materials (Stages 1–6) follow the Cambridge Primary ESL curriculum framework and lead into lower secondary ESL materials (Cambridge Global English 7–9).* To meet future challenges children need to develop both conversational and academic English. From the earliest level, Cambridge Global English addresses both these competencies. Emphasis is placed on developing the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills learners will need to be successful in life, and when using authentic English language classroom materials in other subjects. *We are working towards endorsement of the Global English series, which follows a curriculum framework developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment.

Learner’s Books The Learner’s Book with audio CD provides the core input of the course and consists of nine thematic units of study. Each unit contains six lessons developed around a unifying theme. The materials feature skills-building tasks for listening, reading, writing and speaking, as well as language focuses. The course aims to provide a variety of factual, fictional, dialogue and poetry texts covering a range of topics. The audio CD includes all the listening material needed for the Learner’s Book and Activity Book. Learner’s Book Stage 1 with audio CD Learner’s Book Stage 2 with audio CD Learner’s Book Stage 3 with audio CD Learner’s Book Stage 4 with audio CD Learner’s Book Stage 5 with audio CD Learner’s Book Stage 6 with audio CD

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Activity Books The Activity Book provides additional practice activities to consolidate language skills and content material introduced in the Learner’s Book. Activity Book Stage 1 Activity Book Stage 2 Activity Book Stage 3

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Activity Book Stage 4 Activity Book Stage 5 Activity Book Stage 6

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Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM The Teacher’s Resource Book with CD-ROM provides step-by-step guidance notes in every unit, to support teaching the content of the Learner’s Book. It includes detailed curriculum mapping, suggestions for cross-curricular links, differentiation and assessment activities, and unit word lists to support the building up of key vocabulary and spelling skills. Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM

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PRIMARY CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY MATHEMATICS

Cambridge Primary Mathematics Cambridge Primary Maths is an innovative combination of curriculum and resources which brings together the world-class Cambridge Primary Mathematics curriculum from Cambridge International Examinations, high-quality publishing from Cambridge University Press and expertise in online resources from the renowned NRICH team.

CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY MATHEMATICS WORD PROBLEMS AND TOOLBOX ALSO AVAILABLE!

Written for use with the Cambridge Primary Mathematics curriculum framework, these resources from Cambridge University Press are perfect for schools following the Cambridge International Examinations curriculum and highly relevant to any primary school that is looking to cover Mathematics in a fun and engaging way. The course comes with a fabulous array of resources to ensure full teaching support, which works for both nonspecialist teachers and non-native English-speaking teachers. cie.org.uk/cambridgeprimarymaths

Learner’s Books The Learner’s Book contains masses of engaging and challenging activities and questions to support learning. There are hints and advice to help the learner, along with vocabulary boxes to embed key mathematical terms. Language is clear and vocabulary is defined visually, produced with non-native English speakers in mind. Learner’s Book Stage 1 Learner’s Book Stage 2 Learner’s Book Stage 3 ENDORSED

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Learner’s Book Stage 4 Learner’s Book Stage 5 Learner’s Book Stage 6

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Games Books with CD-ROM The Games Books are an intriguing innovation which enhances pupils’ learning. Each unit is supported by fun games which support the unit objectives and help embed key learning concepts with a conceptual twist. Linked to the learning outcomes, each game comes with an outline of the mathematical focus. Games Book 1 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64640-7 Games Book 2 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-62349-1 Games Book 3 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-69401-9

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Teacher’s Resource Books with CD-ROM Detailed lesson plans provide step-by-step instructions and support for discussion-led teaching. They contain everything: concise unit summary, clear lesson objectives, prior learning outlined, complete mapping of every unit to every Cambridge objective, full guidance for assessment. Detailed lesson plans and more: full explanation and lesson scripting for non-specialist Primary teachers. Packed with resources: activities, teaching cards, assessment, charts etc. AND an editable electronic version so you can tailor your very own teacher’s guide (CD-ROM).

CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY CHALLENGE RESOURCES FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE

ENDORSED Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM

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PRIMARY CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE

Cambridge Primary Mathematics and Cambridge Primary Science Supplementary Activity Books There are 15 brand-new additions which build on the ethos of the highly successful Cambridge Primary Maths and Cambridge Primary Science series. • Three Mathematics Starters Activity Books per subject for the Early Years/Key Stage 1 transition to help children prepare and acquire the skills they will need as they start Mathematics at primary school. • Six Skills Builder Activity Books per subject for grades 1 to 6, which provide extra support and teaching for children tackling difficult Mathematics concepts. • Six Mathematics Challenge Activity Books per subject for grades 1 to 6, which are designed to stretch high-ability learners and deepen their understanding of key Maths concepts. • Six Science Skills Builder Activity Books for grades 1 to 6, which are designed to give further practice for key aspects of scientific practice, with a focus on Science comprehension and literacy. • Six Science Challenge Activity Books for grades 1 to 6, which include activities designed to stretch high-ability learners and engrain key scientific behaviour. • The books are designed for ESL students, with carefully selected and straightforward language. These Activity Books fit perfectly into the existing series. The Starters provide ‘entry-level’ teaching for children just starting their Maths education.

We are working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of the Skills Builder and Challenge Activity Books Teaching hints and reminders are provided, so children can learn key points before tackling each set of activities.

The Challenge and Skills Builder Activity Books provide a considerable range of differentiated activities to ensure effective teaching and learning for all children at both ends of the ability scale. They also work as stand-alone activity books, providing opportunities for both home and school learning of key Maths and Science concepts. 1A Number and Problem Solving Remember:

Remember an estimate does not have to be the right answer. It is a sensible guess. The more you do it the more accurate you will become.

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More estimating

You will need: number track 1 to 20,

ideally in two rows, 1 to 10 and 11 to 20

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Vocabulary: estimate:

count:

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Estimating

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Estimate how many before you count.

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Use the number track to help you to decide which box to tick.

Structure based directly on units of core series.

estimate

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Teaching hints for children to help successfully complete activities.

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Tick the box that matches your estimate. estimate

Carefully designed and illustrated activities which fully support the Cambridge Primary curriculum.

Count and write how many.

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Key vocabulary provided to help ESL children build up Maths speaking skills.

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Links: 1Nn1, 1Nn2, 1Nn3, 1Nn8, 1Pt2; Teacher’s Resource 1: 5.1, 5.2

Cambridge Primary Maths Skills Builder Activity Book 1

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Cambridge Primary Mathematics Word Problems Written by: Paul Harrison and Peter Clarke Consultant: Cherri Moseley Cambridge Primary Mathematics Word Problems makes creating word problem worksheets quick and easy. Intended for children aged 5 to 11, Cambridge Primary Mathematics Word Problems includes stimulating word-based mathematical problems to stretch attainment and create homework activities. •  Designed to develop thinking skills and enable children to reach a higher level of mathematical achievement. •  Each DVD-ROM contains an extensive database of 500 ‘story’ problems to create high-quality worksheets, with interactive whiteboard versions to share with your class. •  Word problems can be selected according to level of complexity, mathematical operation and topic. • Ideal for generating personalised worksheets for additional practice at home. DVD-ROM Stage 1 DVD-ROM Stage 2 DVD-ROM Stage 3 DVD-ROM Stage 4 DVD-ROM Stage 5 DVD-ROM Stage 6 DVD-ROM Stage 6 Extension

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PC and Mac compatible. Includes perpetual site and network licence for your school.

These resources have not been through the Cambridge endorsement process

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Cambridge Primary Mathematics Toolbox This flexible interactive whiteboard resource is ideal for visually demonstrating complex Mathematics ideas, making them easier for children to understand. Cambridge Primary Mathematics Toolbox complements any existing Maths scheme and teaching style. •  More Primary Maths tools than any other application. •  Suitable for ages 5 to 11, the eight mini-toolboxes are arranged by mathematical strand for ease of use. •  Use the workspace and tools to create learning experiences customised for your class. •  Set up Maths activities to suit your learning objectives and share saved lessons across a network. You can even set them up at home and email them to yourself at school. Cambridge Primary Maths Toolbox

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PC and Mac compatible. Includes perpetual site and network licence for your school.

This resource has not been through the Cambridge endorsement process

Perfect Times Developed by: Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard, NESTA Fellow and TES Mathagony Aunt Make learning multiplication and division fun with Perfect Times. Designed to develop multiplication and division skills as well as recognition of multiples and different types of number, there are three games on the DVD-ROM, each with a large number of variations. •  Games vary from basic multiplication and division skills (Times Up) to games to challenge the most able mathematician (Twirling Numbers). •  Can be used across a network so many players can develop their skills simultaneously. •  Players can monitor their own progress, and a teacher can view that of all players, in a number of ways. •  Suitable as a starter activity with the whole class as well as individual use. Perfect Times DVD-ROM (ages 7+)

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PC and Mac compatible. Includes perpetual site and network licence for your school.

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Cambridge Primary Maths Word Problems (Arabic) Written by: Paul Harrison and Peter Clarke Cambridge Primary Mathematics Word Problems (Arabic) makes creating word problem worksheets quick and easy. This version is a culturally appropriate edition for Arabic-speaking schools. Intended for children aged 5 to 11, Cambridge Primary Mathematics Word Problems (Arabic) includes stimulating word-based mathematical problems to stretch attainment. •  Designed to develop thinking skills and enable children to reach a higher level of mathematical achievement. •  DVD-ROMs start at Year 1, going up to Year 6. Each disc includes 500 age-appropriate word problems which can be used to create high-quality worksheets, with interactive whiteboard versions to share with your class. •  Word problems can be selected according to level of complexity, mathematical operation and topic.

DVD-ROM 1 DVD-ROM 2 DVD-ROM 3 DVD-ROM 4 DVD-ROM 5 DVD-ROM 6 DVD-ROM 7

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PC and Mac compatible. Includes perpetual site and network licence for your school.

This title has not been through the Cambridge endorsement process

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Penpals for Handwriting

Audio CD included

Written by: Gill Budgell and Kate Ruttle Endorsed for handwriting by Cambridge International Examinations, Penpals for Handwriting is a complete handwriting scheme for 3 to 11 year olds, offering clear progression through five developmental stages. It teaches children a fast and fluent handwriting style to help them achieve their potential in writing.

Teacher’s Book

The Penpals series focuses on whole-class teaching using digital resources to enable modelling and interactive learning, along with Practice Books and Workbooks to support independent work, giving teachers everything they need to teach a fluent and legible style.

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The Second Edition of this popular series has been improved: •  NEW Penpals gym videos for gross and fine motor skills with audio throughout. •  NEW Practice Books for all year groups 1–6 with updated content. •  Clearer support for phonics teaching and the transition to spelling. •  NEW GPS-linked handwriting practice Workbooks for Foundation 2 to Year 6. •  NEW differentiated content for Years 5 and 6. •  NEW: three baseline assessment books for identifying and supporting children who require additional support in handwriting (available 2016). • Suitable for PC and Mac. Clear, user-friendly Teacher’s Books •  Suggestions for using Penpals Interactive. •  Full planning for whole-class sessions. •  Scope and sequence charts. Teacher’s Book

•  Annotated facsimiles of Practice Book pages.

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Teacher’s Book Foundation 1 Teacher’s Book Foundation 2 Teacher’s Book Year 1 Teacher’s Book Year 2 Teacher’s Book Year 3 Teacher’s Book Year 4 Teacher’s Book Year 5 Teacher’s Book Year 6

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Accessible and engaging Practice Books •  Ideal for use in smaller groups. •  Augments the interactive resource. •  Provides plenty of opportunity to perfect letter formation through repetition.

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Practice Book Year 1 Practice Book Year 2 Practice Book Year 3 Practice Book Year 4 New Practice Book Year 5 New Practice Book Year 6

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PRIMARY HANDWRITING Practical, write-in disposable Workbooks • Offer children the opportunity to consolidate letter formation. • Link to common exception words to reinforce essential learning. • Reinforce work on phonics.

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New Workbook – Patterns Foundation 2 New Workbook – Long-Legged Giraffe and Curly Caterpillar Foundation 2 New Workbook – One-Armed Robot and Zig Zag Monster Foundation 2 New Workbook Year 1 New Workbook Year 2 New Workbook Year 3 New Workbook Year 4 New Workbook Year 5 New Workbook Year 6

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Fun, interactive resources •  Digital resources support direct teaching to the whole class using an interactive whiteboard. •  Lesson warm ups and physical activities develop and refine gross and fine motor skills. • Animations of letter formation and key joins for the perfect model. • Video clips give guidance on correct posture and pencil grip for right- and left-handed pupils. Interactive DVD-ROM Foundation 1 Interactive DVD-ROM Foundation 2 Interactive DVD-ROM Year 1 Interactive DVD-ROM Year 2 Interactive DVD-ROM Year 3 Interactive DVD-ROM Year 4 Interactive DVD-ROM Year 5 Interactive DVD-ROM Year 6

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NEW Penpals Assessment Books – available from January 2016 •  Help you identify handwriting skills gaps and support children who need further support and practice in key areas.

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PRIMARY HANDWRITING

Cambridge Handwriting Arabic Edition Using the successful approaches pioneered in Penpals for Handwriting, this Cambridge Handwriting single DVD-ROM edition supports interactive, direct teaching to the whole class using an interactive whiteboard or data projector. This Arabic Edition of Cambridge Handwriting was developed in conjunction with calligrapher and font designer Sultan Maqtari and shows all Naskh and Ruq’ah letters in all positions. •  Animations of letter formations and key joins for a perfect model – taking the pressure off you! •  Sky-writing and lesson warm-ups develop the fine- and gross-motor skills that are crucial for handwriting. •  Video clips for guidance on correct posture and pencil hold for left- and right-handed pupils. • Suitable for use before or alongside any handwriting book. Ruq’ah Arabic Edition DVD-ROM

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PC and Mac compatible. Includes perpetual site and network licence for your school.

This title has not been through the Cambridge endorsement process

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PRIMARY COMPUTER SCIENCE

Click Start Click Start: Computer Science for Schools is our best-selling eight-level series of textbooks for students. The Second Edition is thoroughly updated keeping in mind the trends in the field of information and communication technology. This edition keeps inline with the interactive approach used in the previous edition, making learning an enriching experience. This series is based on Windows 7 and MS Office 2007 with updates on Windows 8 and Office 2010. The text has been supported with lively illustrations and images. Books 1 to 5 focus on the fundamentals of computer science. This includes knowledge of software, hardware, networking, MS Office and MSWLOGO. Books 6 to 8 extend the learning to Flash, HTML, QBASIC, Visual Basic, Photoshop, communication and networking, and the concept of programming languages like C++ and Java, and train students to protect computer systems against various computer viruses.

Student’s Books with CD-ROM • Exercises help to consolidate understanding, apply knowledge and develop scientific enquiry skills. • Core vocabulary is developed in a dedicated language activity. Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 1 Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 2 Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 3 Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 4 Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 5 Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 6 Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 7 Click Start: Student’s Book with CD-ROM Level 8

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Teacher’s Manuals with CD-ROM • Teaching ideas offer flexibility with plenty of activity suggestions. •  Resource offers flexible delivery, with all content both in print and in editable format on CD-ROM. Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 1 Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 2 Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 3 Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 4 Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 5 Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 6 Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 7 Click Start: Teacher’s Manual with CD-ROM Level 8

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PRIMARY ICT

Cambridge ICT Starters Written by: Jill Jesson and Graham Peacock A complete ICT course for children from 5 years of age. Using lively illustrations and screen displays, these books build and develop students’ ICT skills. •  Each book closely matches the content and order of the Cambridge ICT Starters curriculum. •  An easy-to-follow format with clear learning objectives to assist lesson planning. •  Step-by-step instructions in using a range of computer programs. •  Stimulating and fun activities, including how to create and edit stories and poems, create pictures, organise multimedia presentations and design posters. •  Training in how to carry out essential ICT tasks such as composing, sending and receiving emails, modifying spreadsheets and graphs, and searching for online information.

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PRIMARY COMPUTING

Coding Club Written by: Chris Roffey

Python: Basics

Python: Programming Art

•  Coding Club books guide young programmers to create their own versions of familiar games and Apps.

• Provides the ability to create artistic applications.

•  Easy-to-navigate chapters that make the book accessible to all readers. •  Fun challenges and quick quizzes to help learners become great coders. •  Find all the code needed, contained within colour-highlighted boxes – making it easy to follow and de-bug. •  Meet the Coding Club characters who provide handy hints and comments throughout. • Learn how to customise all the applications in the book. Python: Basics (Level 1) Python: Next Steps (Level 2) Python: Building Big Apps (Level 3)

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• Reinforces programming knowledge from Python Basics. •  Activities include extending Etch-a-Sketch and building a drawing App. •  Code is suitable for Mac, Windows and Linux users, so also compatible with the Raspberry Pi. Python: Programming Art (Supplement 1)

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PRIMARY LITERACY

i-read Series Editors: Pie Corbett and Ann Webley •  An easy-to-use resource for teaching essential reading skills to the whole class, using an interactive whiteboard. i-read features fiction, poetry and non-fiction texts which have been specially commissioned by the Series Editors, Pie Corbett and Ann Webley, to engage and delight children, and support shared reading. •  The texts have been enhanced for teaching on an interactive whiteboard with features such as audio files, music, sound effects, readings, dialogues, author interviews and storytelling, video clips, animations and photographs, questions, glossaries, activities and phonics games, to hone listening skills and help children to engage with the texts. •  Each DVD-ROM includes succinct lesson notes to support busy teachers, NQTs and teaching assistants. •  High-quality whole texts from top children’s authors to foster reading for pleasure. •  Direct teaching of reading – you demonstrate different strategies, then the children have a go themselves. •  Pupil anthologies, for fiction, non-fiction and poetry, support guided and independent reading away from the whiteboard. •  Poetry performances from Paul Cookson, Val Bloom and others.

Anthology Packs •  Each text is also available in one of the colourful i-read anthologies. •  Use the anthologies for group reading or book bags. Anthology Pack – Year 3 Anthology Pack – Year 4 Anthology Pack – Year 5

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PRIMARY LATIN

Minimus and Minimus Secundus

Minimus: Starting out in Latin

Minimus Secundus: Moving on in Latin

Barbara Bell

Barbara Bell, illustrated by Helen Forte

•  Develops language awareness and helps pupils with the basics of English by identifying common Latin roots.

•  Developing Latin skills for ages 10 to 13. Join in the fun with Minimus Secundus – a mix of myths, stories, grammar support and historical background! The Pupil’s Book is a lively, colourful introduction to the Latin language and the culture of Roman Britain. A fun way to teach English grammar, it is ideal for cross-curricular activities.

•  The Teacher’s Resource Book contains English translations of the Latin passages, photocopiable worksheets and full teaching notes. •  The CD features readings and extracts to help with pronunciation.

Audio CD Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Resource Book

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•  Visit www.minimus.com for additional readers, teacher’s resources, Minimus merchandise, and news about training events. Audio CD Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Resource Book

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PRIMARY CAMBRIDGE READING ADVENTURES

Cambridge Reading Adventures Cambridge Reading Adventures is a brand-new and ground-breaking international Primary reading scheme. Cambridge University Press has collaborated with the UCL Institute of Education (IOE), world leaders in Primary reading, to create a Primary guided reading scheme for young readers from all international backgrounds.

•  Top-quality writing, illustration and design from outstanding authors, illustrators and photographers from around the world.

Cambridge Reading Adventures consists of 90 books and two Teaching •  Impeccable and rigorous pedagogy from the International and Assessment Guides. The books have been meticulously levelled Literacy Centre at the IOE. into 11 Book Bands which take a child from being a wholly new reader (whatever their language background) to being fluent and •  A highly effective guided reading management and assessment independent readers able to engage with the wider curriculum programme, through texts benchmarked to Book Bands and from Grade 3 onwards. supporting resources, which can be supplemented by the school’s own readers. The readers are both fiction and non-fiction, covering a wide range of subjects – with stories set in an international school, traditional Key to readers: and animal tales, stories in a contemporary or historic setting, non-fiction reports and explanations, all with a deliberately international F Fiction N Non-fiction flavour which pupils all around the world can relate to. Cambridge Reading Adventures includes a wide variety of engaging topics which international children will relate to.

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Cambridge Reading Adventures is a ground-breaking Primary guided reading series which offers a great variety of engaging texts. The series has been created by Cambridge University Press in collaboration with the UCL Institute of Education’s International Literacy Centre. Each book is placed into reading bands, providing a gradient of challenge which helps accelerate learning to read. Teacher’s notes are provided inside every book with full guidance to get the most out of every reading session.

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Cambridge Reading Adventures is a ground-breaking Primary guided reading series which offers a wide variety of engaging texts. The series has been created by Cambridge University Press in collaboration with the UCL Institute of Education’s International Literacy Centre. Each book is carefully positioned in reading bands. This gradient of challenge will support teachers to ensure progress. Teacher’s notes are provided inside every book with full guidance to get the most out of every reading session.

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Cambridge Reading Adventures is a ground-breaking Primary guided reading series which offers a great variety of engaging texts. The series has been created by Cambridge University Press in collaboration with the UCL Institute of Education’s International Literacy Centre. Each book is placed into reading bands, providing a gradient of challenge which helps accelerate learning to read. Teacher’s notes are provided inside every book with full guidance to get the most out of every reading session.

The nine Yellow band readers develop longer story plots to support developing inferential skills. Texts include longer sentences, a greater range of sentence structures and a wider range of vocabulary. Illustrations begin to offer less direct support as the word reading skills of the young reader facilitate accurate decoding of simple phonically regular words. Repetition is now used as a dramatic device rather than a support for building high-frequency vocabulary knowledge. Non-fiction texts relate to young children’s interests and experiences, with a range of genres, text layouts and devices to support meaning.

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In fiction texts at Green band, the longer sentence structures make the use of punctuation a focus in order to get the precise message. Stories usually have several characters and story events are more developed, often lasting several pages. The inclusion of longer, more complex words requires pupils to apply word-solving skills flexibly. Across Green band, readers can experience a wider range of non-fiction genres than at previous bands. Whilst topic-specific vocabulary is used, there is moderate support from the illustrations and novel words are often repeated. F Green The Lion and the Mouse F Green You’re a Hero, Turtle F Green Hide and Seek F Green Take Zayan with You N Green Baking Bread N Green A Drop of Rain N Green Big Bugs N Green Dressing for the Weather

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Cambridge Reading Adventures is a ground-breaking Primary guided reading series which offers a wide variety of engaging texts. The series has been created by Cambridge University Press in collaboration with the UCL Institute of Education’s International Literacy Centre. Each book is carefully positioned in reading bands. This gradient of challenge will support teachers to ensure progress. Teacher’s notes are provided inside every book with full guidance to get the most out of every reading session.

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Cambridge Reading Adventures is a ground-breaking Primary guided reading series which offers a wide variety of engaging texts. The series has been created by Cambridge University Press in collaboration with the UCL Institute of Education’s International Literacy Centre. Each book is carefully positioned in reading bands. This gradient of challenge will support teachers to ensure progress. Teacher’s notes are provided inside every book with full guidance to get the most out of every reading session.

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