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About ‘Progress with Addition and Subtraction 1-20’

This booklet has exercises that train and combine knowledge in the following areas: reading, writing and numerical figures. Learn to count mathematical similarities. Count in your head. Basic division.

Begining Concepts

Use the booklet to learn new concepts, such as locations, similarities and concepts with room comparisons. The booklet can also be used to practice and provide support when students read texts or solve problems on their own.

About ‘Progress with Addition and Subtraction 1-10’

This booklet has exercises that train and combine knowledge in the following areas: reading, writing and numerical figures. Learn to count mathematical similarities. Count in your head. Basic division.

Figures and Quantity

In Progress with Math, students gradually build up an understanding of numerics. In Figures and Quantity there is a gradual build-up of knowledge through concrete and structured work. The booklet goes up to 20 with the numerics.

About ‘Progress with Patterns and Geometry’

In the new national tests in mathematics for grade 3, there will be more emphasis on assessing students' knowledge of geometry, as well as their ability to discover and create patterns. They should also be able to see various design has aesthetic values. Here the students learn patterns from scratch. Students will also illustrate and construct various figures, as well as learn how they are termed mathematically.

About ‘Progress with Numerics and Numeric Systems’

Training & understanding the number system and helping the student develop their own thinking. Students learn to find math everywhere in daily life. Students also get an insight into the historical perspective.

About ‘Progress with Patterns and Sequences’

In Patterns and Sequences there are many creative and stimulating tasks as exercises for the students to copy, continue and construct simple geometric patterns, both through drawing, painting and counting. Students also work with number patterns.