Understanding Mathematics for Young Children (A Guide for Teachers of Children 3-7)

September 23, 2019 - Comment

Having a deep understanding of the mathematical ideas and concepts taught in the classroom is vital as a nursery or primary school teacher. In order for children to get to grips with these concepts, trainee teachers need to be aware of how they come to interpret and understand them. Now in its 5th edition, this

Having a deep understanding of the mathematical ideas and concepts taught in the classroom is vital as a nursery or primary school teacher. In order for children to get to grips with these concepts, trainee teachers need to be aware of how they come to interpret and understand them. Now in its 5th edition, this essential book helps trainee teachers develop their own knowledge of key mathematical ideas and concepts for the nursery and primary classroom., Now focusing specifically on ages 3-7, it also supports trainees with several age-appropriate classroom activities. As well as updates to further reading suggestions and research focuses, this revised edition includes new content on: Mastery in learning mathematicsSimple fractionsRoman numeralsMoney as a form of measurement

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Anonymous says:

This is a fantastic book for trainee teachers or new teachers as it … This is a fantastic book for trainee teachers or new teachers as it explains children’s early understanding of mathematics. It also gives a very good insight into the misconceptions that children may have very early on and how teachers can tackle this through their teaching .

Anonymous says:

Five Stars Great book, well laid out and easy to navigate. Bought as a core text for Primary PGCE course.

Anonymous says:

Five Stars Another invaluable resource for ITT.

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