In language it is common for a parent, teacher or student to make use of a dictionary to check the spelling, meaning, pronunciation or origin of a word. In mathematics, however, where language can often prove to be a stumbling block, it is rare for a dictionary to be consulted. In this publication we have tried to give brief and simple explanations of terms without sacrificing accuracy. Written by Paul Swan.

Starting point mathematics by Paul Swan and Linda Marshall. Year 5. #Number problems, #fractions and #decimals and #place #value. Australian #Curriculum

Starting point mathematics by Paul Swan and Linda Marshall. #Fractions and #money and financial matters worksheet. Australian #Curriculum. Year 3 #maths.

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Tangram Puzzle Cards - By Paul Swan Set of durable tangram puzzle cards. Includes easy and difficult levels. Designed to encourage students to grapple with geometry concepts.

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Unifix Super Kit - Unifix & Paul Swan's BOOK

Dominoes games

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Naplan maths tips - By Paul Swan & Richard Korbosky

Starting point mathematics by Paul Swan and Linda Marshall. Year 3. Australian Curriculum. Addition, subtraction and mixed maths.

A set of games available from Paul Swan for the Early Years Classroom.

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Dr Paul Swan - Workshop Resources - This booklet shows you how to use hands on materials