Mini LUK12  Self Checking Control
Box (Free delivery.)  To be used with 12 question worksheets.
Basic Number Concepts  Motivating way to count. Concept of 6; join numbers with pictures or circle the correct number to match the set of pictures.
How Much? Counting Money  Count $1 coins, counting on in ones from $5 and then $10.
Simple Addition Using Add On Strategies  Some children find adding 2 groups of objects to form a third group
confusing. How can 4 and 3 equal 7?
Beginning to Subtract  The use of 12 questions (problems) makes the program compatible with the miniLUK self checking system.
Practise and Perfect Subtraction  Substraction strategies with adequate numeracy provides lifelong opportunities to the fulfilment and social and workplace participation.
Regroup and Subtract  This workbook provides handy strategies to teach skills that students need to perform subtractions. Students are encouraged to master basic subtraction facts by learning simple computations techniques.
Multiply and divide by 3  Add on 3 repeatedly, learn and use multiples of 3, use reverse multiplication to divide by 3.
Multiplication Activities  Teaches multiplication skills using multiples of 2, 5 and 10 using both horizontal and vertical arrangement including decimals and monetary values.
Get ready for problem solving  Students struggling in
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All About Angles A  Identifying, classifying, group and measure angles. Finding the unknown angle by subtracting the known angle or angles from 90˚ or 180˚ or 360˚.
Angles in Triangles  Good way to practice addition and subtraction by working out the sizes of angles.
Decimal notation, place value multiplication  The Decimal is a commonly used contraction
of the term decimal fraction. The workbook encourages students to interpret decimals as
tenths, hundredths and thousandths. 

Mini LUK24  Self Checking Control
Box (Free delivery.)  To be used with 12 question worksheets.
Find the missing numbers Students will learn to count in sequence and learn the position and order of numbers on the number line. They learn to count on or count back to find the missing number.
Tens and Ones Focus on Money LUK24  A practical resource book of reproducible worksheets designed to support basic mathematical concepts of the base 10 system and its application to our monetary system.
Concept of Money  LUK24  Coin values (real size to match). Useful strategies to count coins, count on, skip count, pair 5s to count as 10s, saving, shopping etc.
Addition level 1  Activities to practice multiplication facts starting with x2, x3, all the way up to x9, x10. LUK will assist to develop automatic recall of number facts.
Addition level 2  Activities to practice multiplication facts starting with x2, x3, all the way up to x9, x10. LUK will assist to develop automatic recall of number facts.
Subtraction level 1  The reproducible workbook begins with a list of helpful strategies to make subtraction easier.
Let's Practise Subtraction up to 99  is a handy resource book of reproducible activity sheets to learn and reinforce the concept and skills of subtraction.
Multiplication level 1  Activities to practice multiplication facts starting with x2, x3, all the way up to x9, x10. LUK will assist to develop automatic recall of number facts.
Division Halves and Quarters  This workbook provides a selection of systematic Step to Step activities to teach and reinforce division by 2 and 4
Mental Arithmetic  Being able to recall time tables is a key
part of mathematics. Some children find memorising and recalling
number facts too difficult.
Fractions Add and Subtract  Adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with the same denominator.
Practise and Learn Percentages  The
aim of the workbook is to get across the idea that percent
means out of hundred, that it actually is a fraction with
the denominator of 100.
Simplifing Alegebraic Expressions  This workbook makes algebra easy to understand and use we have to be
skilled in simplifying algebraic expressions. 