The award-winning Think Mentals is available in two great formats.
Which format is right for your classroom?
Think Mentals workbooks teach students friendly computation strategies for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.* Students apply these strategies to an abundance of differentiated questions.
Each year level is divided into carefully structured units of work that follow a 5-day sequence of learning, practice, revision and assessment.
Free projectable answers are available at www.thinkmentalsanswers.com.au.
* Workbook 1 includes computation strategies for addition and subtraction.
$25 per class* (teaching resources)
$16 per student† (student resources)
Think Mentals Digital Classroom follows the same carefully structured sequence as the Workbooks, but with the added benefits of being digital.
Enjoy automatic marking, engaging slideshows and videos, and data collation into class and student portfolios.
Plus, every teacher and student gets access to all year levels of content (Years 2–6)!
* The class cost provides access to teachers, support staff and curriculum leaders connected to each class using the teaching resources.
† Student access is only available as an add-on to the teaching resources.
Note: The period of access aligns with the Australian school year (expiring 31 December each year).
|Modelled computation strategies with targeted practice|
|A fun introductory unit to show students how to find, make and fix ‘friendly’ numbers|
|Over 30 weeks of carefully structured and differentiated mental computation questions|
|Student Assessment Profile|
|Teacher and student access to all available year levels|
|Projectable teaching videos and slideshows|
|Online student activities with automatic marking|
|Real-time activity tracker|
|Whole-class portfolio for summative results|
|Individual student portfolios for formative and summative results|
|Classroom management tools – activity locking and Eyes Up Front|
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You can use a mix of Workbooks and Digital Classroom within a school; however, we do not recommend to use a mix of formats within the same classroom as some questions vary between the two formats.