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Magical Topics - Maths (10-11) (Letts Magical Topics) Paperback – 1 May 2003

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HASH(0x951a557c) out of 5 stars Momentous Maths 12 Aug. 2007
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We live in Africa and my kids go to a British curriculum school so it helps. Both of them are doing the books in this series of Magical Topics and they love the colorful and humourous pictures and the sticker system. One of them was going through special ed and is a bit slow in class. She was behind in her Maths and English at the beginning of this year but when we got her books in March and did them when she had the time at least once or twice a week. We do one topic at a time. In the end of school year report in July, both Maths and English had improved where they were considering for her to return to normal classes with everyone else. and the important thing was that confidence was there. We started with the books way below her age level like the 8-9 year olds and built it up from there.

I think the most important thing for the parent is that the books contained the work followed in school by the teachers in the entire year for the age group and it was organised for you so I didnt have to make it up or guess what the coursework might the added benefit of entertaining the children in a constructive and non-threatening way which is important in helping them to want to learn.

We've done other homework books and they havent been as child-friendly.
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