Progress with Oxford: Numbers and Data Handling Age 7-8

Paul Hodge

Progress with Oxford: Numbers and Data Handling Age 7-8

Paul Hodge






13 Jun 2019




Progress with Oxford

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This Progress with Oxford Numbers and Data Handling Age 7-8 workbook will help your child to progress with these core maths skills while having fun so they will become confident with using numbers.
Each Progress with Oxford book is focused on the skills your child will need to master at each stage of the school curriculum. The books are precisely matched to your child's age to make sure they are aligned with school expectations for their year, helping children to fully achieve their potential.
The series has been created to help every child develop essential skills at home, with minimal help and support. Picture clues are used to show very young children how to complete activities, whilst reminder boxes as well as tips and advice support older children to become self-sufficient learners. A lively character accompanies your child through all the colourful and engaging activities, and fun stickers are included to reward their work. A handy progress chart at the end of each book captures their achievements, so you both know what to do next.
Find further support on the Oxford Owl at Home website, which provides specific advice on helping your child with number knowledge, and fun activities to extend their skills.


Author Paul Hodge

Paul Hodge is an educational consultant specialising in Maths, English and Science. He has had over 10 years' classroom experience and has written many online and print-based educational materials for leading content providers and publishers. In 2007, he was on the Espresso Education Editorial Team that won a Children's BAFTA award.


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