Schand's Smart Maths - 6 by Anita Sharma, Dr K P Chinda
The text of this book is written to be user-friendly and easy to read and understand. There is not a lot of text, and then a lot of exercises, as in traditional textbooks. It is all thoughtfully mixed together with an explanation, exploration, examples, exercises, etc. It is written for students to learn in a collaborative group setting, where students read and work together, helping each other to learn.
The audience of the Book :
This book is useful for Class 6 Students.
The main features of the book are as follows:
1. What Learners Will Achieve/Learning Outcomes at the beginning of each chapter clearly define the goals of the study.
2. Warm-up for quick and easy recapitulation
3. Watch Your Step! section warns against likely mistakes and misconceptions
Table of Contents:
1. Knowing Our Numbers
2. Whole Numbers
3. Playing with Numbers
4. Basic Geometrical Ideas
5. Understanding Elementary Shapes
6. Three-Dimensional Shapes
Self Assessment – 1
10. Data Handling
13. Ratio and Proportion
15. Practical Geometry.
16. Playing with Numbers
Self Assessment – 2