The English textbooks published by OUP adopt the Guide to the Pre-primary Curriculum and facilitate young children in learning authentic English.
Get Set, Go! Phonics (New in 2017)
Get Set, Go! Phonicsis a three-level series aiming to help young children build a solid foundation of language and phonics skills in kindergartens, and eventually facilitate the development of their speaking, reading and writing skills.
The series specially focuses on developing young children’s phonological awareness (PA) which is fundamental, prerequisite knowledge to enable effective learning of phonics. Through interactive storytelling, engaging chants and songs, as well as various games, young children are able to succeed in the smooth transition to primary English learning.
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Get Set, Go! Oxford English is an integrated series specially designed for young children learning English. The series adopts the Total Physical Response (TPR), which is proved effective in teaching and learning foreign languages. Through interactive storytelling, games and songs, children are able to learn English in an enjoyable way, and establish a solid foundation for English language.
Games at Home is a three-level series aiming to nurture a love of English learning in young children. The wide variety of interactive language games are specially designed for developing young children's listening and speaking skills. With Oxford Reading Pen, they can enjoy an exciting and rewarding English learning experience with parents at home.
New Wonderland is an innovative, three-level course specially designed for young children learning English in the 21st century. New Wonderland provides an enjoyable, interactive and rewarding learning experience for first-time English learners, preparing them for a smooth transition to primary English.
Phonics First! has been developed to supplement any local kindergarten English textbooks. Using a lively combination of fun 'sound' stories and associated actions, the series encourages speedy letter-sound recognition and introduces children early on to blending and word building.