Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek 'Messy Maths' by Juliet Robertson

11 April 2018

‹Click here for more information and to purchase a copy of our #BookOfTheWeek 'Messy Maths' by Juliet Robertson - a fabulous title recently named a ˜Gold Winner™ in the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards„¢ 2018 in the Education category.

Take a look at the lovely review of 'Messy Maths' our #BookOfTheWeek on The Forest School Association website here.

Why not treat yourself to a chilled out Morning and discover Juliet Robertson, the brilliant author of our #BookOfTheWeek 'Messy Maths' here.

"This book was as good as I hoped. It is a vital resource for teachers to get maths outside of the classroom. Real Maths is Real Messy." A review of 'Messy Maths' on The Smart Happy Project, read it in full here

Take a sneak peek inside 'Messy Maths' our #BookOfTheWeek here. And some good news if you prefer to read from a kindle, the kindle edition is available here.

You can also head on over to our Twitter and Facebook platforms for more information on our #BookOfTheWeek!


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