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# Books 8-10 Set e-Copy 2020 Edition

Book 8, Book 9 and Book 10 in PDF form.

You will also get:

- information about the curriculum,
- learning intention checklist and sticker chart,
- suggested Apple and Android applications,
- worksheets, activities and board games,
- certificates and other print-and-cut resources.

Books 8, 9 and 10 cover the 21 learning intentions for children aged about 7 to 8 years old.

At this level, children are transitioning from advanced counting to early additive ability. Children are beginning to recognise that numbers can be treated as wholes, or be partitioned (broken up) and recombined. This is called part-whole thinking. It is important to emphasise place value skills and talk about what each number means e.g., 25 is 2 tens and 5 ones. Instant recall of basic facts is also important. Try to take opportunities to emphasise basic number groupings (e.g., 16 + 4 = 20, 7 + 3 = 10, etc.) and multiplication of twos, fives and tens.

The learning intentions for this book are:

- Able to identify odd and even numbers
- Able to recall addition and subtraction facts to 20
- Able to use equals to balance equations
- Able to solve number problems
- Understands the link between skip counting and multiplication
- Able to skip count in threes and fours
- Understands the NZ denominations of money
- Able to solve problems using money

Books 8, 9 and 10 cover the 21 learning intentions for children aged about 7 to 8 years old.

At this level, children are transitioning from advanced counting to early additive ability. Children are beginning to recognise that numbers can be treated as wholes, or be partitioned (broken up) and recombined. This is called part-whole thinking. It is important to emphasise place value skills and talk about what each number means e.g., 25 is 2 tens and 5 ones. Instant recall of basic facts is also important. Try to take opportunities to emphasise basic number groupings (e.g., 16 + 4 = 20, 7 + 3 = 10, etc.) and multiplication of twos, fives and tens.

The learning intentions covered in this book are:

- Able to solve multiplication problems by skip counting (advanced)
- Knows the multiplication facts x2
- Knows the multiplication facts x5
- Knows the multiplication facts X10
- Knows multiplication is commutative
- Able to work with, and round to, tens
- Knows compatible numbers (in fives) to 100
- Able to estimate using known number facts
- Able to add 9 using + 10 – 1
- Able to subtract 9 using – 10 + 1

Books 8, 9 and 10 cover the 21 learning intentions for children aged about 7 to 8 years old.

At this level, children are transitioning from advanced counting to early additive ability. Children are beginning to recognise that numbers can be treated as wholes, or be partitioned (broken up) and recombined. This is called part-whole thinking. It is important to emphasise place value skills and talk about what each number means e.g., 25 is 2 tens and 5 ones. Instant recall of basic facts is also important. Try to take opportunities to emphasise basic number groupings (e.g., 16 + 4 = 20, 7 + 3 = 10, etc.) and multiplication of twos, fives and tens.

The learning intentions covered in this book are:

- Able to recognise halves and quarters of shapes (advanced)
- Able to find half or quarter of a set using doubles
- Able to recognise thirds and fifths of shapes and sets
- Able to recognise wholes with fractions left over
- Able to add a single-digit to a double-digit number using the part/whole method
- Able to subtract a single-digit from a double-digit number using the part/whole method
- Able to use a calculator efficiently

You can also purchase the Essentials Pack for Books 8-10. This pack includes all the physical resources you need for these three books.

The Linear Series (Books 1-20) cover ALL learning intentions in the curriculum. They start at Year 0 (Book 1) and continue to Year 6 (Stage 6). The Linear Series books are recommended if you wish to support your child through the mathematics curriculum as they grow.

The Subject Area books (addition and subtraction, multiplication and fractions) are collections of the material taken from the Linear Series (Books 1-20). The Subject Area books cover only learning intentions that are relevant to that book. The Subject Area books are recommended if your child has a particular difficulty in one area, like fractions.