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Math U See (UK version)

Math U See (UK version)

We sell the UK versions of the Math-U-See materials. If you would prefer the US version, please contact us.

Life of Fred

Life of Fred

"Mary Poppins was right - A spoonful of sugar can make life a little more pleasant. It is surprising that so few arithmetic books have figured that out." (Author)

These books present maths in a clear straight forward way. They are self-teaching - ideal for home school. They are thorough, containing more maths than is normally taught at school. But, they are fun..

"From the time I was in 2nd grade, I cried my way through math. In high school, I wrote my best friend's term papers and she did all my algebra. . . . Now, here I am with your book. . . I've found myself sitting at the kitchen table, giggling over the story lines, working out problems and actually "getting it" for the first time in my life!!!! :) And that's a very good thing since I am now a homeschool mother of 5. . . . Just so you know, even my 7 and 6 year olds are BEGGING me to read the story of Fred to them!!!! Enough so that they're grabbing paper and pencils attempting to answer the questions with their sibling so I'll read more!!! It seems too good to be true."

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Liberty

Liberty

An introduction to mathematics for year 1 and year 2 students. Produced by Christian Liberty Press.

Schofield Sims

Schofield Sims

Mental Arithmetic is a highly differentiated, progressive series of books, proven to raise children's attainment. The series is based on ability (rather than age cohorts) so that books can be matched to the needs of every child. The books are also assessment-linked so that children can record their own progress and see their achievement build over time. Each book uses the same method of practising the 4 basic number operations (to keep skills sharp) and challenging children to do more complex one- and two-step problems involving logical thinking and application of knowledge previously introduced.