Nelson International Mathematics has been written specifically for primary schools teaching a traditional mathematical curriculum.
Nelson International Mathematics is also recommended by University of Cambridge International Examinations for Primary Checkpoint Mathematics (formerly CIPP Mathematics).
A brand new primary mathematics course
Written with an international focus
A bright and engaging resource
A thorough and rigorous approach
Appropriate levels for guided and independent work
A simple and accessible scheme
Enhances conceptual development and reinforces learning.
Nelson International Mathematics is a brand new, 6-level scheme for 5 to 11 year olds, that provides primary pupils with a firm foundation in Mathematics.
Each level has a combination of Pupil’s Books and Workbooks that support independent learning and are carefully designed to ensure that every learner is engaged while they progress. A Teacher’s Guide also accompanies each level.
This bright and engaging resource has been written with an international focus and is designed to appeal to pupils from a broad range of backgrounds.
The course takes a thorough and rigorous approach to primary level mathematics, with an exceptionally clear design and appropriate levels for guided and independent work
Each book includes a wide variety of colourful, engaging illustrations that develop in style as pupils mature, along with plenty of examples to ensure understanding
Assessments at regular intervals help to check progress and mental tests at level 6 give extra preparation for end of primary exams (answers to all the questions are provided in the Teacher’s Guides)
Nelson International Mathematics is designed to enhance conceptual development and reinforce learning through written and practical activities and discussion.
The Teacher's Guides are designed to help deliver effective mathematics
teaching in the classroom. They provide clear and helpful guidance on teaching topics including concept and skill development, vocabulary, common errors and misconceptions and further teaching ideas plus differentiated activities.