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Welcome to Oxford Owl for Home

Help your child learn with expert advice and free activities from Oxford University Press. About Oxford Owl for Home


Free eBook library

Take a look at our tablet-friendly eBooks, which include all of your child’s favourite characters from Biff, Chip and Kipper to the Project X team.

Phonics guide

Our essential guide to learning to read with phonics.
Phonics guide
The phonics screening check

Reading schemes and levels

Information about the reading schemes used at primary school, including Oxford Reading Tree and Read Write Inc. Phonics.
About reading schemes


Activity books

Practice essential English and maths skills with Progress with Oxford, for ages 3–10.
Browse activity books

Read with Oxford

Exciting levelled readers to help children read at home, with parent tips and free activities.
Explore Read with Oxford

Children's dictionaries

Choose the right dictionary for your child to help develop reading and vocabulary skills.
Explore Oxford dictionaries


Maths games

Fun games and activities to help develop maths skills.
Maths games

Help with times tables

Homework can be fun (really!) with our times tables tips.
Times tables tips

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Year by year guide

Find out what your child will learn this year at school, along with top tips and free activities.
What children learn at primary school

Spelling at primary school

Find out what your child needs to be able to spell in each year of primary school.

Grammar glossary

Get a refresher on fronted adverbials or check how to use apostrophes correctly.
Grammar glossary

Storyteller videos

Take ten minutes out and let our professional storytellers take you on an adventure!

Are you a teacher?

Register for Oxford Owl for School for free and discover hundreds of resources and eBooks to support your teaching.

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