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Product tag: Paul Hodge

## Multiplication, Division and Fractions: Age 5–6 (Progress with Oxford)

This fun activity book will encourage your child to progress with number skills, such as multiplication, division and fractions. They will quickly learn to recognise and find a half and a quarter of an object or amount. They will also learn to solve problems using multiplication and division skills.

## Multiplication, Division and Fractions: Age 6–7 (Progress with Oxford)

This activity book will encourage your child to progress with multiplication, division and fractions number skills while having fun. It is focused on the skills your child will need at this stage of the school curriculum. Includes stickers and a progress chart.

## Multiplication, Division and Fractions: Age 7–8 (Progress with Oxford)

This activity book will help your child to progress with core maths skills in multiplication, division and fractions while having fun, moving on to the new skills expected at Key Stage 2. Includes stickers and a progress chart.

## Number Problems: Age 4–5 (Progress with Oxford)

This activity book will help your child to build number skills, guiding them through an independent learning experience where they will solve problems that involve doubling, halving and sharing. Includes stickers and a progress chart.

## Numbers and Counting up to 20: Age 4–5 (Progress with Oxford)

This activity book will help your child to learn to count and write numbers up to 20, to count on from a number, to count sequences and read number names. A lively character accompanies them through the activities. Fun stickers and a progress chart are included to reward their work.

## Numbers and Data Handling: Age 6–7 (Progress with Oxford)

This activity book will help to develop your child’s key maths skills. As they work through the colourful and exciting activities, they will become more confident using numbers. This book is precisely matched to your child’s age and aligned with school expectations.

## Numbers and Data Handling: Age 7–8 (Progress with Oxford)

This activity book will encourage the development of core maths skills, ensuring your child becomes confident using numbers. A lively character accompanies your child through the book as they develop independent learning skills. Includes colourful stickers and a progress chart.

## Numbers and Data Handling: Age 8–9 (Progress with Oxford)

This activity book will help your child become confident with using numbers and data handling, while having fun, developing the key maths skills, taught in Year 4 at school, as part of the Key Stage 2 curriculum.