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The Great Fire of London Page Borders

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The Great Fire of London Page Borders - Great Fire of London, page borders, writing frame, border, writing aid, 1666, great fire, pudding lane, fires, peyps, bakery, timeline, events

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  • Fully Lined (Big Writing) Version
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  • Half Lined Version
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  • Lined Version
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  • Narrow Lines Version
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  • 6 days ago

    childrens learning

  • Jan 17th

    I was wondering if there could be a page boarder with Tudor houses? As we are designing our own Tudor houses in DT.
    Thanks

    • Jan 18th

      Hi sarahproudley, thank you for your review, I have passed your request on to our design team for you. I hope this helps. :)

    • 5 days ago

      Hey there sarahproudley! Our resource designers have now made your tudor house version, and I have sent it to you in am email :)

  • Dec 17th, 2014

    Our children have been on a trip to the Monument today and have used these borders to write about their trip.

  • Jul 28th, 2013

    The Fire border can be used for the Great Fire of London as well as lots of other stories too.

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The Great Fire of London Page Borders

The Great Fire of London Page Borders - A fantastic resource, useful to support independent writing tasks that you may set for your children in the great fire of London topic. 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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