How to Train Your Dragon Page Borders


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  • Oct 3rd

    Children writing their own chapter on how they are training their own dragon.

  • Sep 28th

    Display of persuasive letter writing to a Prof. of Dragonology!

  • Jun 27th

    Display of written work.

  • Jan 9th

    This is going to be useful for home use and at work! For home this will be used for a pen pal and for work this will encourage my 3-5 year olds to write using their fine motor skills to practise for Primary School! I'm excited as I love How To Train Your Dragon! Thanks!!! :D

  • Oct 9th

    Using to write a header on for Dragon Similes display.

  • Aug 19th

    I will use this page border as encouragement for children during Literacy lessons.
    I also anticipate writing letters to my own dinosaur-mad grandchildren!

How to Train Your Dragon Page Borders

How to Train Your Dragon Page Borders - How to Train Your Dragon Page Borders - A fantastic resource, useful to support independent writing tasks related to this story. Also available as lined, wide lined, narrow lined and fully lined - a wide variety of options to cover all activities
This zip file contains:
  • Portrait [PDF]
  • Editable Landscape Page Borders [DOC]
  • Editable Portrait Page Borders [DOC]
  • Half Lined Landscape [PDF]
  • Half Lined Portrait [PDF]
  • Half Narrow Lined Landscape [PDF]
  • Half Narrow Lined Portrait [PDF]
  • Landscape [PDF]
  • Lined Landscape [PDF]
  • Lined Portrait [PDF]
  • Narrow Lined Landscape [PDF]
  • Narrow Lined Portrait [PDF]

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