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Fruit and Vegetables Themed A4 Page Borders

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Fruit And Vegetables Themed A4 Page Border - food, fruit, vegetables, page border, writing borders, A4, border, good eating, healthy snack, snack, independent writing, apple, banana, carrot, potato, tomato

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  • 2 days ago

    for school porpuses

    • 2 days ago

      Hi jhen_servidad21,
      Thank you so much for your feedback! :)

  • Jun 25th

    fruit acrostic poems

    • Jun 25th

      Hi J54321,
      Thanks for your comment! I'm really glad this resource is useful for you :)

  • Jun 23rd

    children can be creative on these. children can write a story ect...

    • Jun 23rd

      Hi elliotthomas,
      Sounds great! Thanks for sharing :)

  • Jun 15th

    To create an eye catching leaflet for children to take up free school meals.

    • Jun 15th

      Hi DebbieBuckner63,
      That's a great idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • Jun 4th

    I will use this resource as a backdrop for students to write poetry on Fruit and Veg.

  • Jun 3rd

    Topic work on gardening

  • Jun 1st

    Learning to do scrapbooking.

  • May 23rd

    for a fruit project with childrens

  • May 18th

    for kindergarten to compile their project on fruits

  • May 9th

    For Y1 to write a thank you letter to Tesco for their farm to fork visit

  • May 8th

    border for a snack observation

  • May 7th

    science fair border

  • May 5th

    lesson

  • Apr 24th

    Healthy choices persuasive paragraph

  • Apr 21st

    wellness week

  • Apr 21st

    picnic role ply

  • Apr 21st

    food is free page.

  • Apr 13th

    to create menus

  • Apr 13th

    To gather student ideas on what they know about balanced diets

  • Apr 10th

    for my report

  • Apr 9th

    To make menus for our healthy eating cafe

  • Apr 8th

    child Diary

  • Mar 30th

    Lunch time award for good table manners, eating vegetables etc

  • Mar 29th

    Health Promotion pamphlet...A good template

  • Mar 17th

    writing non chron report about potatoes

  • Mar 10th

    healthy food project

  • Mar 7th

    My son's 'make your own dip' homework!

  • Mar 3rd

    Writing fruit riddles!!

  • Feb 24th

    display

  • Feb 12th

    School display

  • Feb 8th

    Healthy eating posters for dining hall- many thanks!

  • Feb 7th

    To print a snack rota on.

  • Jan 29th

    Health promotion pamphlet

  • Jan 28th

    Stay healthy diary

  • Jan 27th

    Natural world cooking title

  • Jan 27th

    To use to write a healthy packed lunch letter, to encourage other to look at what they are eating for lunch and how they can change items.

  • Jan 25th

    As a sign for a healthy eating investigation table!

  • Jan 24th

    to express the individuals likes and dislikes

  • Jan 21st

    role play

  • Jan 13th

    stories about shopping for food

  • Jan 12th

    role play area

  • Sep 10th, 2014

    Childre are writing healthy-eating acrostic poems Yr2.

  • Jun 17th, 2014

    we went to Tesco for the Farm to Fork visit and wrote a recount of our trip :) thank you x

  • Jul 27th, 2013

    Children to write their healthy snack recipes on

  • Jun 20th, 2013

    To send a letter of thanks for allotment visit

  • Jun 20th, 2013

    To reply to an allotment visit

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Fruit and Vegetables Themed A4 Page Borders

Fruit and Vegetables Themed A4 Page Borders - A fantastic resource, useful to support independent writing tasks that you may set for your children in this topic.
This resource is available in Standard, Editable, Fully Lined (Big Writing), Half Lined, Lined and Narrow Lines.

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