Pearson Mathematics is changing the way Mathematics is taught in New Zealand schools.
Written by New Zealand Mathematics Specialist Charlotte Wilkinson, Pearson Mathematics provides a whole-school print and online programme incorporating all strands of the New Zealand curriculum.
Pearson Mathematics 2a is the first of two books for students working at Level 2 of the Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum.
Pearson Mathematics Student Books
The aim of the Pearson Mathematics Student Books is to bridge the gap between the Curriculum guidelines and the real world of the student.
Attractive, uncluttered design encourages students to engage positively with the mathematical content.
Each book covers all three strands, namely Number and Algebra, Geometry and Measurement and Statistics.
Each unit concludes with a Mini-Project which enables the students to reinforce their learning, apply problem solving skills, collaborate and communicate about maths in mathematical terminology, but within real-life contexts.
“Challenge” questions allow for further extension and additional motivation for more able students.
Full-colour content provides visual stimulation with images that place the mathematics in context.
All content is curriculum-aligned and can be used with additional, existing resources where available.

Written by New Zealand Mathematics Specialist Charlotte Wilkinson, Pearson Mathematics provides a whole-school print and online programme incorporating all strands of the New Zealand curriculum.

Pearson Mathematics 2a is the first of two books for students working at Level 2 of the Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum.

Pearson Mathematics Student Books

The aim of the Pearson Mathematics Student Books is to bridge the gap between the Curriculum guidelines and the real world of the student.

Attractive, uncluttered design encourages students to engage positively with the mathematical content.

Each book covers all three strands, namely Number and Algebra, Geometry and Measurement and Statistics.

Each unit concludes with a Mini-Project which enables the students to reinforce their learning, apply problem solving skills, collaborate and communicate about maths in mathematical terminology, but within real-life contexts.

“Challenge” questions allow for further extension and additional motivation for more able students.

Full-colour content provides visual stimulation with images that place the mathematics in context.

All content is curriculum-aligned and can be used with additional, existing resources where available.