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Water Page Borders

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Water Page Borders - Water, Page border, border,  KS1, writing Borders, bubbles, drop, droplet, water play, water, water display, splash, drop, drip, wet, float, sink

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  • Standard Version
zip
  • Editable Version
doc
  • Fully Lined (Big Writing) Version
pdf
  • Half Lined Version
pdf
  • Lined Version
pdf
  • Narrow Lines Version
pdf
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  • Jun 16th

    Our Rivers display, used for labelling different parts to a river, eg, meander and to also present children's recounts of their rivers school trip.

    • Jun 16th

      Hi samslack16,
      Thank you for your feedback! I'm really glad we could help :)

  • Jun 6th

    display

  • May 19th

    For worksheets for cover work. Comprehension on the journey of a waterdrop.

  • Apr 13th

    home work on healthy living this was very helpful

  • Mar 26th

    for children to write on- where we see water and what we use water for

  • Mar 16th

    for a summative assessment title page

  • Feb 20th

    Using this border on a newsletter

  • Feb 10th

    literacy

  • Feb 6th

    using for poetry about water

  • Jan 8th

    Children have written poems about the sea

  • Dec 12th, 2014

    The border for a learning story (ECE) about the children making a river in the sandpit.

  • Dec 11th, 2014

    Certificates

  • Oct 10th, 2013

    display library

  • Sep 29th, 2013

    National Poetry Day 2013 - theme is 'water'
    Poetry sessions with poet/storyteller John Row in the school library

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Water Page Borders

Water Page Borders - A set handy A4 page borders for children to use as a stimulus in their independent writing. Also available as wide lined, narrow lined, fully lined and half lined - a wide variety of options to cover all activities!
This resource is available in Standard, Editable, Fully Lined (Big Writing), Half Lined, Lined and Narrow Lines.

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