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Extension Math Book 3

Extending and consolidating student skills in the areas of number, measurement, space and problem solving.

Extension Math Book 3 by Ready-Ed Publications
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The Extension Math series was first published as the "Top-Up Series" in 1995. The series is designed to provide extension and enrichment for early finishing or advanced primary-aged children - to extend their skills in mathematics.

This updated book, Extension Math Book 3, contains a range of extension activities that will prove both stimulating and challenging for young mathematicians.

The book concentrates on providing a variety of important problem solving skills with which young children need to be acquainted. Amongst these skills are: Pattern perception; Developing logical thinking; Using number concepts to develop logical thinking; Codes; Problems using money; Number activities; Problems using grids; Problems developing visual imagery.

Ready-Ed Publications; January 2003
40 pages; ISBN 9781863975698
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Title: Extension Math Book 3
Author: Ready-Ed Publications
 
Excerpt

Family Ties

Use the clues to work out the answers.
Write the number sentence for each.

John and Marion live with their parents, Flo and Ollie.

1. Flo has two married brothers, each of whom has two children. How many are there altogether in the three families?

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2. Ollie has a bachelor brother and a
married sister with three children. How many on this side of the family (not counting Ollie)?

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3. How many cousins do John and Marion have?

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4. How many aunties are there altogether?

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5. If everyone was invited to a party, how many people would be there (assuming they all come)?

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