Show and Tell Level 3 Numeracy Book

Show and Tell Level 3 Numeracy Book

New Edition

Second Edition

Format: Spiral bound

The 2nd edition of Show and Tell builds on its tried and tested methodology, developing 21st Century Skills in critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity, to prepare students for future success both inside and outside the classroom.

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-405484-3

The enhanced Show and Tell Numeracy Book develops numeracy skills, combining counting and writing activities, with engaging puzzles and fun activities.

Use alongside the Student Book to teach the core areas of pre-school mathematics, equipping students with the skills they need for Primary school.

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  • Numeracy Book

Key features

  • The Numeracy Book now supports Show and Tell from level 1 with a revised syllabus for level 2 and 3.
  • The Numeracy Book covers the main areas of pre-school math progressively, with inbuilt recycling so learners repeat what they have learned.
  • The syllabus includes: number sense and operations, patterns, functions and algebra, geometry and measurement.
  • Suggestions for when to use the Numeracy Book are referenced at the bottom of the Student Book page, but this is flexible and can be used according to time and needs of the students.

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Show and Tell recognizes that young learners need preparation for a world in which 21st-century skills such as communication, critical thinking, creativity and collaboration will form a vital part of their future.

The tried and trusted Show and Tell methodology prepares students for school readiness and future success. Different learning styles are accommodated by the great variety of activities and children are able to produce language at different levels according to their ability.

The early literacy material contains stories that can be readand re-read for pleasure, activities to develop early reading and writing skills, and a systematic phonics syllabus. The development of fine motor skills is gradual and flexible, in keeping with the differing needs of individual children. The units contain stories, games, songs and chants, craftwork, and simple experiments. Problem-solving activities encourage children to think critically and creatively. Values lessons teach children how to behave both inside and outside the classroom. Stories, hand-eye coordination practice and letter formation activities lead to reading and writing simple sentences. The games promote collaboration and opportunities for natural peer-to-peer communication.

The material is divided into nine thematic units, each posing the Big Question. The question is explored in different ways to build and broaden children's understanding, culminating in a project that integrates their learning and provides a real sense of achievement.

Numeracy Book A


Learners will be able to:
  • Write the numbers 1-20
  • Write the number words 1-20
  • Count objects to 20
  • Carry out simple additions and problems
  • Identify number sequences


Numeracy Book B


Learners will be able to:
  • Write the numbers 1-100
  • Count objects to 100 (in 10s)
  • Carry out more complex additions and problems