Starting to Write Age 3-4 by Oxford University Press
This Progress with Oxford: Starting to Write Age 3-4 workbook will help your child to progress while having fun so they will quickly learn to develop pencil control and the correct letter formation. The Progress with Oxford 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, 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. You can find even more practical advice, free eBooks and fun activities to help your child progress on our award-winning website, oxfordowl.co.uk. Let's get them flying!
Sarah Snashall is an experienced educational author who has written for Oxford International English, Scholastic, Collins, Pearson, Hodder and Kingfisher. She has written lots for teachers and also workbooks for children. She loves reading bedtime stories to her children and she also volunteers at her local school running guided reading sessions. She sings, plays tennis and cross-country skis when she's not busy writing.
Features & Benefits
- Theme Name: Educational: first/native language: handwriting skills
- Spine depth (mm): 3
- Height (mm): 290
- Weight (gm): 137
- Place of Publisher: Oxford
- Format Type: Mixed media product
- Series Title: Progress with Oxford
- Country of Publisher: United Kingdom
- Page Numbers: 32
- Width (mm): 211