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Mental arithmetic

Schofield & Sims resources are written by experienced teachers to support the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum for key stages 1 and 2. Focusing on the core subjects of maths, English and science, many of our books are suitable for whole-school use.

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Mental Arithmetic


Mental Arithmetic is a highly differentiated series of graded workbooks proven to raise children's attainment in maths. Based on ability, rather than age, each book practises the four basic number operations, challenging children to do more complex problems involving logical thinking and to apply knowledge introduced previously.

Age group: 6 to 11 | Author: T R Goddard, J W Adams and R P Beaumont

First Mental Arithmetic


First Mental Arithmetic provides carefully graded questions that develop children's essential mathematics skills. A downwards extension of the Schofield & Sims bestseller Mental Arithmetic, the workbooks contain a Language of Maths glossary to develop number vocabulary and three check-ups to assess understanding.

Age group: 5 to 7 | Author: Ann Montague-Smith

Mental Arithmetic Answers


Mental Arithmetic is a highly differentiated series of graded books proven to raise children's attainment in maths. Based on ability, rather than age, each book practises the four basic number operations, challenging children to do more complex problems involving logical thinking and to apply knowledge introduced previously.

Age group: 7 to 9 | Author: T R Goddard, J W Adams and R P Beaumont

First Mental Arithmetic Answers


First Mental Arithmetic provides carefully graded questions that develop children's essential mathematics skills. A downwards extension of the Schofield & Sims bestseller Mental Arithmetic, the books contain a Language of Maths glossary to develop number vocabulary and three check-ups assess understanding.

Age group: 5 to 7 | Author: Ann Montague-Smith

Mental Maths


The Mental Maths series develops children's ability to understand number problems and to use their knowledge to resolve these problems confidently and logically. Clear, carefully structured exercises build children's mathematical knowledge and mental agility, focusing particularly on number, shape, measures and time.

Age group: 5 to 7 | Author: Anne Forster and Paul Martin