



Primary Mathematics (Standards Edition) Extra Practice 1  6 is a series of five supplementary books that follows the topical arrangement in the corresponding grade level of Primary Mathematics Standards Edition textbooks.
Friendly Notes at the beginning of each unit provide a source for reference and revision of concepts. The level of difficulty, as well as the style of the problem, is similar to the exercises in the Textbooks and Workbooks. The short and topicspecific exercises enable instructors to assign work only in those topics in which the student needs more practice. This, together with the simple language used, allows students to review mathematics with minimal guidance.
Primary Mathematics Standards Edition Extra Practice aims to consolidate and reinforce the mathematical skills taught in the Primary Mathematics series. Students will master mathematical concepts with confidence through the use of this series.
Above extract from Primary Mathematics Extra Practice Standards Edition series (reproduced with the permission of the publishers).
Answers are in the back of each book.
Extra Practice for Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 3
Contents
Unit 1 Numbers to 10,000
Exercise 1AC Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones
Exercise 2 Number Patterns
Exercise 3 Rounding Numbers
Unit 2 Addition and Subtraction
Exercise 1AC Sum and Difference Within 100
Exercise 2AB Sum and Difference Within 1000
Exercise 3 Adding Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands
Exercise 4 Subtracting Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands
Exercise 5 Twostep Word Problems
Unit 3 Multiplication and Division
Exercise 1 Looking Back
Exercise 2 More Word Problems
Exercise 3 Multiplying Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands
Exercise 4 Quotient and Remainder
Exercise 5 Dividing Hundreds, Tens and Ones
Unit 4 Multiplying and Dividing by 6, 7, 8 and 9
Exercise 1 Multiplying and Dividing by 6
Exercise 2 Multiplying and Dividing by 7
Exercise 3 Multiplying and Dividing by 8
Exercise 4 Multiplying and Dividing by 9
Exercise 5 More Multiplication and Division
Unit 5 Data Analysis
Exercise 1 Presenting Data
Exercise 2 Probability
Unit 6 Length
Exercise 1 Meters and Centimeters
Exercise 2 Kilometers
Exercise 3 Yards, Feet and Inches
Exercise 4 Miles
Unit 7 Weight
Exercise 1 Kilograms and Grams
Exercise 2 Word Problems
Exercise 3 Pounds and Ounces

Unit 8 Capacity
Exercise 1 Liters and Milliliters
Exercise 2 Gallons, Quarts, Pints and Cups
Unit 9 Money
Exercise 1 Dollars and Cents
Exercise 2 Addition
Exercise 3 Subtraction
Exercise 4 Multiplication and Division
Unit 10 Fractions
Exercise 1AB Fraction of a Whole
Exercise 2 Equivalent Fractions
Exercise 3 Adding Fractions
Exercise 4 Subtracting Fractions
Exercise 5 Fraction of a Set
Exercise 6 Fractions and Money
Unit 11 Time
Exercise 1AB Hours and Minutes
Exercise 2 Other Units of Time
Unit 12 Geometry
Exercise 1 Angles
Exercise 2 Right Angles
Exercise 3 Quadrilaterals and Triangles
Exercise 4 Solid Figures
Unit 13 Area, Perimeter and Volume
Exercise 1 Area
Exercise 2 Perimeter
Exercise 3 Volume
Answers

Samples
Unit 3 Multiplication and Division: Friendly Notes  Word Problems
Unit 3 Multiplication and Division: Exercise 2  More Word Problems
Unit 10 Fractions: Exercise 6  Fractions and Money
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Our recommendation:
Extra Practice for Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 16 are recommended for both classroom and home use as a source of extra practice and reteaching of the skills taught in the Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 1A6B textbooks and workbooks. They can be used to review for tests or to review concepts taught a while ago, or as a summer math book to keep concepts fresh.
Although each unit contains “friendly notes” reviewing the topics of that unit, the notes are strictly for review, and the concepts are not developed as thoroughly as in the textbooks, so it is not recommended as a replacement for the textbook. For classrooms, the Extra Practice books could be used to keep parents informed about what math is being taught in school, since the friendly notes will outline the concepts for them, and the practices are representative of the work the students are doing in class.








