The pupil books are not write-on and so can be used many times. Although very small, they do contain plenty of material. The teacher's resource books contain advice on using each section (relating it to the National Curriculum for England), answers and photocopiable sheets to support the work in the pupil books...The books attempt to tackle the basic concepts and ensure a real understanding of the topics. The material is good, with many excellent ideas to make the work more enjoyable...I would recommend them, as there is a lot of good material in them. The additional resources in the resource books are excellent, both for class and homework. (The Mathematical Gazette)
The pace is well-judged for students working at the lower levels of the national curriculum...the use of sensible mental methods is encouraged and explained well in the student books. (Times Educational Supplement)
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