Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words and more.
Comparing numbers, names of shapes, consonant and vowel sounds, sight words and more.
Adding and subtracting, telling time, equal parts, categories, nouns, verb tense, time order and more.
Place-value models, recognising fractions, using a dictionary, synonyms, antonyms and more.
Multiplication facts, symmetry, conjunctions, contractions, prefixes, suffixes and more.
Adding decimals, calculating probabilities, prepositions, formatting titles, commas and more.
Adding fractions, perimeter, possessive nouns, commonly confused words and more.
Percentages, variable expressions, personification, complex sentences, shades of meaning and more.
Proportional relationships, rational numbers, phrases and clauses, allusions, connotations and more.
Linear functions, exponents, Pythagoras' theorem, active and passive voice, ellipses and more.
Factorising quadratics, scatter plots, parallel language, semicolons, figures of speech and more.
Congruent triangles, circles, surface area, audience and tone, word patterns, colons and more.
Trigonometric functions, polynomials, parabolas, claims and counterclaims, supporting evidence and more.
Complex numbers, derivatives, vectors, writing arguments, planning and organising writing and more.
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