Description Colour Codes looks at colour in nature and how it is used by animals and plants. Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a non-fiction series that aims to engage children in... more
Description In Way-out Day Out, blast off on an eye-popping journey into outer space and discover the amazing planets in our solar system. Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a... more
Description In Perfect Pets, explore the pros and cons of different animals then pick your perfect pet! Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a non-fiction series that aims to engage... more
Intended for year R to year 1, this work features teaching notes which include: suggestions for guided reading, support for comprehension, support for writing and independent work, and photocopiable p...
Description Flying Kicks is all about karate. Learn about black belts, yellow belts, a reverse punch and more as you step into the dojo for karate! Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a... more
An extension to the 'Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops' range, this work includes: 'Amazing Paint', 'How to Make Soil', 'Sport is Fun!', 'The Power of Plants', 'Edward and Tom: Prince and Pauper', and 'Cle...
Description Wild Wheels looks at the thrills of racing, riding and doing tricks on wheels. Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a non-fiction series that aims to engage children in... more
Description In Outdoor Art, discover art that is found outside, in all sorts of unexpected places. Then find out how to make your own outdoor art! Oxford Reading Tree inFact is a... more
AdvantagesA simple reading scheme with lovely illustrations
AdvantagesGreat for young readers
DisadvantagesA little simple so only used for a short period
AdvantagesWell designed, great quality of paper, hardback makes it more sturdy,
DisadvantagesExpensive compared to some of the others on the market