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It's Important to be Nice Children's Quote

It's Important to be Nice Children's Quote

 

Free Children's Quote of the Week.....

It's nice to be important..... Quote

Every Wednesday we will be uploading a free quote for you to use with your kiddies.

These are a great way to spark conversation about feelings and ideas.

They also can provide for a myriad of literacy activities such as:

  • Use the quote for handwriting that day / week.

  • Have quote book in which children write the quote of the week and draw a picture about what it means for them. (add other quotes throughout the week also)

  • Use the quote to 'Play with Words' - circle sounds, count the number of words, how many rhyming words, how many vowels, how many nouns, can we replace any words with other words and it still mean the same thing, circle the long vowels, circle the consonants - heaps and heaps of different ways to be used.

  • Cut the plain quote page up into words and put the quote back together again.

    ENJOY !

    Click on image to download quote ......

    These weekly quotes are free but we just ask for you to share via Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest top right of this page if you can... thank you !

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Tags: Its Nice To Be Important, Childrens Quotes, Quotes For Kids, Quotes For Teaching, Character Education, Quotes For Children

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