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Science writer Isabel Thomas shares her top five tips for cultivating maths skills in the garden, no matter how big or small your green space and green fingers.
To celebrate the publication of the brand-new Kitty book, we have a bundle of books to give away! (February 2020)
Looking for fun things to do with the kids this half-term? We’ve created a list of easy crafts, Halloween games and more.
An extra-usual talent Few writers have left such a gloriumptious legacy as Roald Dahl. His books continue to delight and inspire children (and adults) across the world, making lifelong impressions on readers through their wit, originality and underlying warmth. From the magical absurdism of James and the Giant Peach to the outrageous villainy of The […]
It's more important than ever to keep your child reading at home this term and over the summer holidays. Camilla Macoun shares her tips.
Win two Read with Oxford comics, full of fun characters and engaging storylines – from sneaking past ticklish octopuses to getting cuddly bumbles home for tea.
Whether you want to create a traditional Easter egg hunt or enjoy some family reading time, we’ve got an egg-citing host of activities for you to choose from.
Whatever the weather this Christmas, you’ll find an activity here to suit your child. Wrap up warm and go out for a winter scavenger hunt, or stay inside and play party games with our range of festive activity ideas.
Six super science activities to try at home from Isabel Thomas. Bake a solar system, design a marble run, and sculpt with sugar!
Avoid the Christmas holiday slump with our top tips for keeping you and your family active over the festive season.
Wendy Cooling MBE has selected her favourite illustrated books to help you introduce your child to the wonders of stories and storytelling.
Maths expert Louise Pennington shares her advice for developing your child's maths skills during school closures by exploring maths in the real world.