# Primary Math US 1 Extra Practice

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Item #: 030210

ISBN: 9789810193737

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Marshall Cavendish

### Category Description for Primary Math Extra Practice

This supplemental practice series also matches the scope and sequence of the Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition textbooks. Similar in format to the Primary Math workbooks, these workbooks include the same types of problems and exercises. Answers included. Approximately 100-120 pgs, black and white, consumable. ~ Anh

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Great practice

Love the extra practice this gives. I bought both this one and the intensive practice book. This one is good for reviewing the chapter before moving on to the next chapter.

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After struggling through a year of Horizons math I switched my daughter to Singapore and she LOVES it The extra practice book is perfect for independent work I have used it after finishing most of a textbook and workbook set so that we have more of a spiral learning pattern It definitely helps me to see what she has truly mastered and where she needs reinforcement

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December 17, 2008

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I have used both Saxon and Singapore for first grade math and much prefer Singapore although we will continue doing some parts of Saxon However we did find the Singapore textbook and workbook need to be supplemented with extra problems about halfway through (when students are starting to do addition with numbers up to 20) The Extra Practice problems are good; there are just not enough of them That's why I ordered the intensive practice books also I would not recommend the Challenging Word Problems books which I feel are misnamed - at least at the 1 level They are wordy but not challenging For the most part the student need not read the problem If he sees a 7 and a 2 in the section on addition he knows the answer is 9 and in the subtraction section 5 without reading the problem In other words they aren't really word problems just arithmetic drills with references to kids' names and papayas tops and other countable objects

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September 21, 2005

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This book was recommended so that my son wouldn't lose any of his math skills over the summer.

Shannon S
on May 1, 2018

As the math concepts get more difficult I'm finding that we need extra practice.

Amy H
on Mar 24, 2018

i needed extra practice for the primary unit

Peleaulani
on Sep 4, 2017

I've heard primary mathematics doesn't have many practice problems and wanted to make sure we had enough since it can take my son some time for new concepts to really sink in.

Allison M
on May 15, 2017

This book, although smaller than the Intensive Practice workbooks, covers the entire 1st grade year. For me, this is a better buy for the price!

Alicia C
on Apr 26, 2016

Singpore Math does not include enough practice with their curriculum. I purchased this book because my child needs extra math practice.

Joy A
on Sep 28, 2015

Shannon S
on May 1, 2018

Used this program with my older child and loved how it taught him to see and think of numbers.

Lisa A
on Mar 29, 2018

Amy H
on Mar 24, 2018

Extra practice! I think that says it.

Hannah S
on Feb 27, 2018

i needed extra practice for the primary unit

Peleaulani
on Sep 4, 2017

We are using this to keep up on math skills over the summer.

Emily M
on Jun 8, 2017

Allison M
on May 15, 2017

This is great extra practice if your child uses Singapore math in school. I plan on using it as a summer review for my son who is finishing 1st grade.

Hannah C
on May 9, 2017

Alicia C
on Apr 26, 2016

I like the extra practice books for Singapore Math, to help review things that we did a few weeks ago and keep it fresh. These are short and not super intensive. I like that.

Kimi
on Mar 18, 2016

Joy A
on Sep 28, 2015

Lisa A
on Mar 29, 2018

Extra practice! I think that says it.

Hannah S
on Feb 27, 2018

We are using this to keep up on math skills over the summer.

Emily M
on Jun 8, 2017

Hannah C
on May 9, 2017

Kimi
on Mar 18, 2016

What is the difference between this book and the Intensive Practice books, besides IP having two volumes?

User
on May 24, 2016

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- Johanna V on May 28, 2016
- Purchased on Jul 14, 2015

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- Johanna V on May 28, 2016
- Purchased on Jul 14, 2015

The extra practice is almost a continuation of workbook pages. Light practice / reinforcement, that could probably be done with a little help or independently . The intensive practice is just what the title says. It is harder than work book pages and will challenge your child. I find I need try to figure out some of the answers before my daughter even tries because they are harder! I have both and on days that I don't use the actual textbook and workbook, I use the extra practice and intensive practice.

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- Mary C on May 24, 2016
- Purchased on Sep 10, 2015

The Extra Practice just gives an additional opportunity to do more of the same types of problems that are in the workbook. The Intensive Practice significantly increases the difficulty of the problems and adds more word problems. If you have a child who needs a few extra workbook pages to master the concepts, then purchase the Extra Practice. If you have an advanced child who needs a bit more of a challenge that what is in the workbook, opt for the Intensive Practice.

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- Jodi D on May 25, 2016
- Purchased on Jan 30, 2016

Both books provide extra practice on the targeted math concepts. The extra practice book is simply more math problems that look exactly like the problems in the textbook and workbook. It is great for those chapters when the student just needs more drill. The intensive practice book takes the same math concept but applies it in different ways allowing you to challenge a student who is strong in math. The intensive practice also includes word problems.

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- Patricia S on May 24, 2016
- Purchased on Jul 29, 2015

The intensive books are harder, go way more in depth. I've heard said that you should do a level behind what you are doing in the workbook. So if you're on 1b, do 1a intensice. The extra practice books are just more problems like what they do in the workbook. Some units we do them if he needs more practice and some we skip.

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- Jon W on May 24, 2016
- Purchased on Mar 1, 2016

The Extra Practice book is just reinforcement for the Primary Math book - i.e. questions of a similar difficulty, to give the child more practice if they need it. The Intensive Practice book, on the other hand, contains questions that are more challenging, designed to stretch the child.

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- Katie F on May 24, 2016
- Purchased on Mar 28, 2016

Extra Practice books provide problems similar to the exercises found in the student Workbook. Intensive Practice contains challenging math problems to develop higher-order thinking and mathematical reasoning.

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- Michael R on May 24, 2016
- Purchased on Aug 11, 2015

The Extra Practice book covers both 1a and 1b exercises. The Intensive Practice books match book for book and thus give more practice per topic. I hope this helps.

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- Robin H on May 24, 2016
- Purchased on Aug 25, 2015

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