How many minutes does it take to complete a Maths minute? That is the challenge offered in this exciting, six book series. Pupils will enjoy challenging themselves as they apply their mathematical knowledge and understanding to complete a Maths minute in the fastest possible time. With 100 day to day activities covering all mathematical strands, Maths Minutes can be easily integrated into any primary maths programme. These easy to follow activities promote the ongoing learning of essential maths concepts and skills through practice and reinforcement. Designed to be implemented in numerical order from 1100, the activities in Maths Minutes are developmental through each book and throughout the series. Features: available at six levels (1-6); and, 100 pupil pages each with 10 classroom tested problems. It covers number, measurement, space, chance and data concepts for each year level. It offers practice in speed of recall, basic computational skills and maths fluency. It encourages the use of mental maths strategies wherever possible. It is ideal as a starter activity in a timed speed test format to begin each maths lesson or, alternatively, can be given as a daily homework activity. It offers simple structure that allows pupils to be working on different levels within the one classroom. It provides the teacher with immediate feedback of pupils understanding for future planning. It provides comprehensive teachers notes, record pages and photocopiable pupil reference materials. It introduces scope and sequence table showing when each new concept and skill. It provides answers.