From cracking comprehension to tackling times tables, Progress with Oxford has been created to help your child practise essential numeracy and literacy skills at home – and it now also includes exciting new activity books for ages 8–9 (Year 4) and 9–10 (Year 5)!
Each Progress with Oxford activity book is precisely aligned to your child’s age, focusing on the skills they’ll need to master at each stage of the school curriculum, so that they can achieve their full potential.
Made with learning at home in mind, the activity books have been designed so that your child can complete the activities with minimal help, using reminder boxes, tips and lots more handy features, to help them become self-sufficient learners.
To keep up their motivation, a lively character accompanies them through all the colourful and engaging activities, and fun stickers are included to reward their work. A progress chart at the end of each book captures their achievements, so you both know what to do next.
Win new Progress with Oxford activity books!
To celebrate the addition of these fun-filled new activity books to the Progress with Oxford series, we’re giving one lucky winner the chance to win all six books!
All of our Progress with Oxford activity books include reward stickers to motivate learners. For your chance to win the books, tell us why you would give your child a reward sticker. Whether it’s persevering with times tables practice, or being incredibly kind to a sibling, we’d love to hear what they’ve done that deserves a special reward!
Simply comment on the pinned competition post at the top of the Oxford Owl Facebook page to enter.
UK residents only. Entry closes at 11.59pm on Sunday 28th June 2020.
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About Progress with Oxford
Progress with Oxford is a series of activity books created to help children practise essential English and maths skills at home, matched to the National Curriculum in England.
You can find extra resources to support the activity books on Oxford Owl, including specific advice on helping your child to develop their maths and English skills, and fun free activities to extend their practice.
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