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Chinese New Year Page Borders

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Chinese New Year Page Borders - Chinese new year, page border, a4 border, template, writing aid, writing border, page template, China, lantern, dragon, chopsticks, noodles, year of the rabbit, ox, snake, fortune cookie, pig, money wallet

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  • May 19th

    I used this for the gallery walk paper -- students place them next to their project (You Wouldn't Want to be a Builder on the Great Wall of China book project). The girls give each other warm feedback and it is posted next to their project in the hall.

  • Mar 12th

    Work in topic book.

  • Mar 10th

    display

  • Feb 26th

    Writing for display.

  • Feb 26th

    Big Write

  • Feb 18th

    Useful for children to frame their learning about Chinese New Year' particularly what sign they are and what the characteristics of their animal are.

  • Feb 17th

    Love it thank you! Using it to print our CNY program.

  • Feb 16th

    to put a essay on about what happens in the Chinese's new year

  • Feb 12th

    display photos of our celebration

  • Feb 12th

    PSHE zodiac writing in PSHE Year 2

  • Feb 12th

    Chinese new year week in EYFS

  • Feb 12th

    poetry

  • Feb 11th

    Chinese new year week in EYFS

  • Feb 11th

    making an activity book for a prison family visit session

  • Feb 11th

    For children to order the New Year Race story on

  • Feb 10th

    Independent extended writing. Thank you!

  • Feb 10th

    support for independent writing Lks2

  • Feb 9th

    Independent writing - plus how many animals out can they remember?

  • Feb 9th

    guided reading independent writing activity for this week.

  • Feb 8th

    to ask reception children to draw a picture of a Chinese new year animal and then write a sentencs or make a new list on the lines.children to

    • Feb 8th

      Write a reply...That went a bit wrong!!! But I'm sure you get it.

  • Feb 8th

    The children will write a series of sentences about the animals racing for their part in the Zodiac. Using the ing suffix, they will hopefully write something like: First the rat came sneaking along. Then came the ox, huffing and puffing because he was so tired. The dragon came flying along, breathing fire. Well you can but hope!

  • Jan 18th

    I am going to use this to put my challenge activity instructions on

  • Jan 31st, 2014

    Hi FSteacher, I have created the editable version for you and should soon be up on the site! :)

  • Jan 31st, 2014

    Hi there FSteacher, thanks so much for commenting on this resource. I've let our resource designers know so they should be sending the editable version to you soon!

  • Jan 30th, 2014

    Would really appreciate an editable version.

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Chinese New Year Page Borders

Chinese New Year Page Borders - An fab selection of Chinese New Year page borders, useful to support writing tasks that you may set for your children in this topic. Also available as wide lined, narrow lined, fully lined and half lined - a wide variety of options.
This resource is available in Standard, Fully Lined (Big Writing), Half Lined, Lined, Narrow Lines and Editable.

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