Oxford Reading Tree

“I love Biff, Chip and Kipper so much I named my pet stick insects after them.” – Rhys, age 6

Who hasn’t seen an Oxford Reading Tree book coming home in a book bag at least once over the years?

As the UK’s most successful reading scheme, Oxford Reading Tree is currently used in over 80% of primary schools and has helped millions of children from all over the world learn to read and love to read.

On this page, we’ve gathered together some fun resources to help you enjoy Oxford Reading Tree books at home with your child:

Want to read more stories starring Biff, Chip and Kipper? Take a look at our Read with Biff, Chip and Kipper series – a carefully levelled series designed to introduce children to key early reading skills and to encourage a love of stories.

Free eBooks

Oxford Reading Tree eBooks

Enjoy a Biff, Chip and Kipper adventure, visit our free eBook library.

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Traditional Tales eBooks

Beautfully-illustrated retellings of classic stories such as The Little Red Hen and Rumpelstiltskin.

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Fun Stuff from Biff, Chip and Kipper

Fun downloads

Oxford Reading Tree bookmarks, door hangers and much more.

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Games

Fun games featuring Biff, Chip, Kipper and Floppy the dog.

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Celebrate Oxford Reading Tree’s 30th Birthday

www.oxfordprimary.com/ReadingTree30 | #ReadingTree30

2016 marks 30 years of Oxford Reading Tree, and schools up and down the country will be taking part in a whole range of different activities to celebrate.

For more information on all the 30th birthday celebrations, visit the Oxford Reading Tree 30th Birthday page.

Celebrate with a Tree Party

Party hats at the ready – this summer, lots of schools will be organising their own Oxford Reading Tree parties.

Chat to your child's teacher about how to get involved and find out more over on the Oxford Reading Tree 30th Birthday page.

Oxford Reading Tree Readathon

Throughout June, schoolchildren will be challenged to see how many Oxford Reading Tree books they can read in just one month.

Find out if your school is taking part and take a sneak peek at the reading list, visit the Oxford Reading Tree 30th Birthday page.

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