Oxford English Dictionary for Schools
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In Letters and Sounds, there are ‘sets’ within the Phases – so your child might not know all the sounds in every book within their Phase. This fantastic new edition will boost your children’s vocabulary with new words and meanings from across the curriculum. A helpful new spelling, grammar and punctuation section is included to enhance language skills and bring the dictionary up to date. The prize draw is only open to UK Residents, but the survey is open for anyone to complete and we'd love to hear from all of you – wherever you are in the world!Our Read with Oxford series features the much-loved characters who have been helping children learn to read for over 30 years. Further help with writing skills is available in the updated new edition of the companion Oxford School Thesaurus.
The updated supplement provides grammar and punctuation information to support children’s reading and writing, making it the ideal dictionary for boosting reading skills and building word power. Worksheets and activities to accompany the Oxford Primary Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Dictionary Find more support and resources for Read Write Inc. in our parents' guide to Read Write Inc.> Looking for printed books for phonics practice at home?Parents of children using Read Write Inc. Phonics may be interested in our home learning kits and flashcards: Read Write Inc. Phonics kits > Our English worksheets and activities accompany the Oxford English Dictionary for Schools. The Oxford English Dictionary for Schools is a unique KS3 dictionary covering all secondary curriculum words and example sentences from the best children’s books included in the dictionary entries.
Help your child build their vocabulary and develop spelling skills with age-appropriate dictionaries from Oxford children's dictionaries. Children's fictionAll the entries have clear and simple definitions with word classes and inflections given in full. Children will discover example sentences from the authors they love to read, such as Cressida Cowell, Roald Dahl and J. K. Rowling. It is uniquely powered by the Oxford Children’s Corpus, the largest bank of children’s language in English, so you can be confident that all entries are clearly written in child-friendly language that children actually understand. Each example is perfectly age-appropriate, making it easy and enjoyable for every child to use. If your child is using Letters and Sounds, you can find this list of eBooks by Letters and Sounds Phases useful. Bear in mind the following: