# Books & Resources

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1. A Little Bit of Everything Book (For the Relief Teacher) - Lower Primary K-2

A Little Bit of Everything Book is designed for emergency teachers. The book includes teacher written activity sheets covering all areas of study for lower primary school students.

A\$39.95
2. Inside-Out Maths Problems - Investigating Number Relationships & Operations Year 5

Investigate Maths facts and operations, identify patterns, generalise about number relationships in this great series. Rekindle enthusiasm for maths with these thought-provoking activities. These maths problems will challenge your students to examine number relationships, maths facts and operations from different angles.

A\$21.95
3. Yellow Pages for Students and Teachers: Maths

The revised edition, Maths Yellow Pages for Students and Teachers gives educators and students the most comprehensive resource for teaching and learning maths skills. Areas covered: whole numbers & counting, number concepts and relationships, addition and subtraction, division and multiplication. Ration, proportion and percent, problem solving, measurement and pre-algebra are just some of the useful and time-saving lists in this book. Maths shortcuts and tricks help make maths fun for students. Rather than searching through cumbersome maths textbooks let your fingers do the walking!

A\$19.95
4. Maths Practice Games - Grade 5

Capture your students' attention with these motivating games - just the ticket for reluctant learners. Maths Practise Games offers more than 30 games that are played with partners. Not only do students review and use basic maths facts, a few games provide students with lots of practice in comparing or ordering numbers.

A\$18.95
5. Concept-Rich Mathematics Instruction: Building a Strong Foundation for Reasoning and Problem Solving

Why maths instruction should capitalise on the learning of core concepts; how to plan instructional sequences that build on what students already understand about maths; why it's important to engage students in discussing, analysing and reflecting on maths concepts; the right amount of time to devote to practising a new procedure; how to match the level of task difficulty to student abilities; why student errors are clues to common misconceptions about maths; how to use a variety of formative assessment methods to reveal the state of your students' learning.

A\$29.95
6. Priorities in Practice: The Essentials of Mathematics K-6: Effective Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

Priorities in Practice: The Essentials of Mathematics K-6 explores: emphasising algebraic thinking, problem solving and communication; relying on research to guide the implementation of new teaching practices; connecting maths activities to larger purposes and everyday experiences; differentiating instruction based on students' learning styles, interests and readiness levels; helping teachers use classroom assessment to guide instruction; improving maths teaching practices through teacher professional development; and analysis of student work.

A\$25.95
7. Teaching Maths to Students with Different Learning Styles

This book offers practising teachers a range of approaches that can help struggling students. By following its advice, you can make maths visible and tangible - not something that just lies flat on the page. It includes ideas for lesson activities, suggestions for exciting visual ways to teach basic concepts and lots of practical advice and guidance. It will encourage you to use a variety of methods to teach the subject, showing ways to unlock mathematics for all your learners.

A\$45.95
8. STEM CIP- 3-2-1 Lift Off: A Study of Force, Motion, Change of Matter and Transfer of Energy

The revolutionary new practice of STEM teaches the related disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics as one unit, emphasising their close relationship. In this module, students study the science of how an effervescent tablet rocket is launched.

A\$199.00
9. Making Maths Accessible to Students with Special Needs 6-8 (with the 5Es)

Use the 5Es of learning - engage, explore, explain, elaborate and evaluate - to make maths accessible to students with special needs in years six to eight. The 5E instructional model is a research based lesson cycle that has proven to increase student achievement and enable teachers to implement high-quality, effective instruction for mathematics. This revised Australian resource is full of practical strategies for teachers to use as they strive to make mathematics understandable to students with a variety of special needs. Contemplate some of the barriers to learning that various disabilities create, and learn to work around these in order to help your students reach their full potential.

A\$35.00
10. STEM CIP - Riding on a Pendulum: A Study of Force and Motion

In this Forces and Motion module, students learn how to plan and conduct well-designed experiments through a study of periodic motion, gravitational attraction, kinetic and potential energy, and pendulum systems. Students conduct experiments on a pendulum based upon three independent variables.

A\$199.00
11. STEM CIP - Chip Off the Old Block: A Study of Heredity, Genetics and Genetic Engineering

In this biotechnology module, students explore basic concepts of cell structure, cell reproduction (mitosis and meiosis) and genetics, including DNA. Genetic engineering concepts are included.