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"Oxford First Maths Dictionary Big Book" is a successful first illustrated alphabetical dictionary that introduces key mathematical words and ideas. It contains 300 mathematical words simply and clearly explained with definition or example of use. Each entry is illustrated with artwork or diagrams to help make meanings clear. There is an illustrated section at the back giving words children will use in maths lessons - from time words to classroom equipment.
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Peter Patilla is a key infant maths specialist who not only writes but advises and consults with publishers INSET. He is the author of many learning concept books and for OUP has the 'Starting Off With', 'At Home With', and 'My First Books of' series to his credit. He is also the author of
the 'Oxford Primary Maths Dictionary'.
`The first maths dictionary for five-to-seven-year olds it contains over 300 mathematical words, all explained in text and illustrated pictorially - everything from 'add' to 'zero'. It's definitely a friendly way to look at simple mathematical words and concepts, and should give the idea that
maths can be fun'
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