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One of the most valuable skills we can give our children is the ability to communicate well. Read top tips on how to develop communication skills.
Dictionaries are great for developing your child's vocabulary, but not just any will do. Publisher Sam Armstrong explains how Oxford Children's Dictionaries can support your child.
The Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary is packed with words ordered by phonic sound to help young children learn how to spell. Enter our competition to win a free copy.
Find the right dictionary for your child with these four useful tips.
Everything you need to know about spelling at primary school, from early years to Year 6. Find out how you can help your child's spelling at home.
Answers to the Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary activity sheets.
Using the Oxford Reading Tree Floppy's Phonics Sound and Letters Programme and synthetic phonics, the Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary helps children become proficient readers and spellers. With 4000 words, ordered by sounds and spellings and linked to the Alphabetic Code Chart, it makes preparing for the phonics screening check simple and fun. View product
Oxford University Press surveyed over 1,300 teachers who reported that the word gap is not only affecting children’s achievement at school but also that it can have a damaging impact on self-esteem and children’s ability to make friends. Find out what you can do to encourage language development at home.
Mark Twain once observed, ‘anyone who can only think of one way to spell a word lacks imagination’. The government disagrees, so here are our top spelling tips.
In Year 1, your child’s reading, writing, and speaking skills will develop in leaps and bounds. Find out what they will learn at school and how to help at home.
Identify words that have the same phonic sounds in the middle.
Use the picture clues to complete this crossword and identify the long vowel phonic sound.
Choose the correct letters to complete these common words containing the long /oo/ phonic sound.