Bright Sparks: Caribbean Primary Mathematics: Student's Book 5 (Ages 9-10)

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"Bright Sparks" is a series designed to shine a light on the potential of each child. With a generous emphasis on problem solving, "Bright Sparks" connects mathematics to familiar real life experiences in the Caribbean. It helps students see that Mathematics is far more than learning calculations, but rather something all around them, infused in everything they do. In each of the seven Student's Books from Kindergarten level ("Book K") to the culmination of Primary School ("Book 6"), higher thinking skills are systematically developed. Explanations and examples introduce each new concept, a feature proving invaluable to teachers, students and parents alike. "Bright Sparks" helps students learn to reason, teaching students to analyse, apply different strategies and try multiple approaches to finding solutions. It includes tools like Hint, Remember and Challenge, to help teachers differentiate and reach all students. "Bright Sparks Workbooks" provide practical exercises for homework, practice with new skills, further opportunities for problem solving, and interesting, thoughtful word problems to connect mathematics to everyday life. The layout of the workbooks allows the students to show their steps in solving problems and demonstrates their understanding. Teachers will appreciate the layout, and the close alignment of the workbooks to the "Bright Sparks" texts. Extra exercises are included for those concepts and skills which experienced teachers know cause difficulty for some students.

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Laurie Sealy, MA, Cert Ed, BA (Hons), has over 20 years of teaching experience in Barbados, preparing hundreds of students for success at the Common Entrance Examination level. She taught Maths methods to prospective teachers at the University level in California, and has conducted professional development workshops with Mathematics teachers in eight Caribbean countries. Sandra Moore trained in England and started her teaching career in London before returning to Barbados in 1983. She subsequently was appointed headmistress of Jones Junior School before joining the teaching staff at St Winifred's School in Barbados in 1993.

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