When children can solve problems in their heads they feel more confident in their own abilities. The development of mental computation progresses through a range of strategies that can be improved by regular practice.
The six books (Book 1 to Book 6) in the Mental Maths for Primary Schools series target the structured development of children's mental maths strategies.
Each double-page weekly unit includes an explanation and practice of a specific mental strategy alongside sets of focused questions that reinforce important basic facts. The Problem of the week is a motivating problem that gets children thinking and applying their mathematical skills.
This series is a maths scheme to make teaching and learning mathematics truly enjoyable for all.