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Dinosaurs Page Borders - Dinosaur, page border, a4 border, template, writing aid, writing border, page template, history, t-rex, stegosaurus, raptor, iguanodon, tyrannasaurus rex

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  • Sep 22nd

    An inspired writing task for boys

  • Sep 11th

    Topic writing

  • Aug 24th

    topic on dinosaurs

  • Aug 21st


  • Aug 11th

    great for the topic that we are covering

  • Jul 31st

    for topic work book

  • Jul 29th

    home reward chard for stickers

  • Jul 24th

    I would use these when my class are writing their dinosaur stories - great for display!

  • Jul 14th

    I am going to get my students to write some known facts about the dinosaurs and then stick it up on our dinosaur wall

    • Jul 14th

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

  • Jul 12th

    to encourage boys in nursery to make marks

  • Jul 10th

    school based projects

  • Jul 2nd

    My class are writing letters about their experience when they visited the Natural history museum so these will make their work look really fabulous.

    • Jul 2nd

      Hi LBANJO17,
      That's a great idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • Jun 29th

    boys writing

    • Jun 29th

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

  • Jun 21st

    Boys and their writing

  • Jun 17th

    brilliant for boys writing

    • Jun 17th

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

  • Jun 11th

    for our writing area

    • Jun 11th

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

  • Jun 11th

    Encouraging a reluctant writer who loves dinosaurs

    • Jun 11th

      Hi Clairebrummitt,
      I hope this helps. :)

  • Jun 4th

    recording size of dinosaur bones

  • Jun 4th

    For writing a dinosaur story.

  • May 27th

    For children's writing. As feature page in their learning journey with photos of their dinosaur work.

  • May 25th

    A writer's workshop for children with hearing loss.

  • May 20th

    Stinkysauraus character decription

  • May 19th

    Writing rhyming dinosaur poems to display in classroom.

  • May 18th

    dinosaur descriptive writing

  • May 14th


  • May 13th

    dinosaur descriptive writing

  • May 11th

    Dinosaur report writing

  • May 7th

    Pre-school /p1 transition

  • Apr 30th

    Imaginative writing following a 'dinosaur museum visit.'

  • Apr 15th

    After the preschooler I care for has used the "Build-a-Dino" Activity Set, we will then draw our own dinosaur on these papers

  • Apr 14th

    Great for our dinosaur small world stories

  • Mar 28th

    Used for notes around the dinosaur museum

  • Mar 22nd

    Creative writing - independent writing

  • Mar 13th

    For children to draw on whilst their parent are registering births

  • Mar 3rd

    little brother

  • Feb 27th

    Fantastic for displaying written work on dinosaurs.

  • Feb 26th

    I laminated it and then used it as a re-useable learning objective reminder for one specific child

  • Feb 26th

    writing poetry

  • Feb 26th

    independent writing table

  • Feb 24th


  • Feb 19th

    Report writing

  • Feb 18th

    dinosaur reports!

  • Feb 10th


  • Feb 5th


  • Jan 30th

    Writing corners

  • Jan 26th

    In my class as to encourage the children to write and mark make. The boy's in my class love dinosaurs but don't always want to write and this worked wonders!!

  • Jan 25th

    I'm using this as manuscript paper to write my epic novel, a romantic thriller starring a T-Rex and a Stegosaurus who must hide their love from their judgmental families, entitled "50 Shades of Green."

  • Jan 25th

    To encourage boys to mark make after discovering dinosaur bones in the sand pit, to promote early writing.This is for our dinosaur topic.

  • Jan 20th

    I have used this for the children to write about dinosaurs and also as a header for their wall display. Fab!

  • Jan 18th

    to promote early writing

  • Jan 15th

    Perfect for a literacy project on dinosaurs

  • Jan 14th

    year 2 children to display work

  • Jan 13th

    lesson plan

  • Jan 12th

    To make a proposal for a story about 'Mary Anning'

  • Jan 8th

    Presenting work

  • Jan 7th

    writing facts about dinosaurs

  • Jan 6th


  • Jan 5th

    Writing facts about our dinosaurs topic and to encourage mark making and early writing

  • Dec 30th

    to encourage early writing

  • Dec 30th

    Children age 3-4.

  • Dec 30th

    Using to do facts about dinosaurs.

  • Dec 29th

    I will use this paper for children to create their own fact file/ information book about dinosaurs.

  • Dec 12th

    I would place this paper on a spot tray with dinosaurs, non-fiction dinosaur books and encourage the children to record their favourite dinosaurs by drawing them and challenge children to write a simple sentence about their dinosaur.

  • Oct 22nd

    writing acrostic dinosaur poems on

  • Mar 19th

    lovely for my grade 2 dinosaur stories!

  • Feb 5th

    So cute, thanks!!

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Dinosaurs Page Borders

Dinosaurs Page Borders - A set of dinosaur themed 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!
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