Busy Ant Maths - Teacher’s Guide 1

Author: Jo Power, Rachel Axten-Higgs and Nicola Morgan, Series edited by Peter Clarke, Illustrated by Steve Evans, Eva Sassin, Louise Forshaw, Gwyneth Williamson and Steven Wood
Format: Other Format
Publication Date: 20-06-2014
ISBN: 978-0-00-756817-8
Pages: 484

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The Busy Ant Maths programme ensures confidence from the start for teachers and pupils, embedding best practice across the school.Using the planning tool on Collins Connect together with this guide offers you a complete solution for planning and delivering inspiring maths lessons, helping promote learning and raising attainment for all children.

The Busy Ant Maths programme ensures confidence from the start for teachers and pupils, embedding best practice across the school.

Using the planning tool on Collins Connect together with this guide offers you a complete solution for planning and delivering inspiring maths lessons, helping promote learning and raising attainment for all children.

Written by an expert author team with over 50 years’ combined classroom experience, Busy Ant Maths is a flexible, whole-school mathematics programme that ensures conceptual understanding and mathematical fluency from the start.

Reviews
  • I received some sample Busy Ant materials and was very impressed, yet again the resources were of high quality and supports children’s understanding in an engaging way. The resources matched the national curriculum really well and have clear progression across units of work. The lessons have opportunities to be differentiated in 5 ways and the units are flexible and give teachers the opportunities to be creative. I am extremely impressed with the online planning tool and am really looking forward to implementing this scheme of work across years 3 and 4 and then into years 1 and 5 next year.Charlotte AngeliSenior Leader Chigwell Primary
  • This is a scheme of work that makes sense, gives pupils a consistently structured yet fun approach and will enable teachers to deliver an exciting and inspiring new curriculum from September 2014.Teach Primary magazine
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