Reading at home
Time and time again, research shows that learning to read - and to love to read - is directly linked to children's success at school and beyond. So how can you best support your child at home? We can help, from explaining how children are taught to read using phonics to tips for encouraging reluctant readers, and book recommendations for every age group. And don't miss our free eBook library of eBooks for children aged 3 - 11!
Phonics made easy
Find out how children are taught to read using phonics.
Jean Gross CBE on what to do if you think your child is a struggling reader.
Fun and easy ways to help get your child ready to read.
Tips to help you support your child as they start to read.
Useful tips for helping your child build reading skills.
How to help your child read with confidence.
Tips to encourage your child to read independently.
How to encourage your child to read for pleasure.
Phonics at home
Tips to support your child with phonics at home.
Five ideas to encourage reluctant readers.
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Read with Oxford
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