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Easter Vocabulary Mat

A4 Size EASTER Vocabulary Mat

Special Thanks to CHRISTA  for this suggestion and stand by for more vocabulary mats

 

Ideas for Use

Easter Vocabulary Mat - Suggestions for Use



  • Print and laminate half a dozen for children to grab for writing reference.
  • Ask the children to use a verb with a noun to make as many sentences as they can eg.  I like to give Easter eggs to my friends and family at Easter.

  • If you are homeschooling - print and laminate these for use as table placemats.

  • Brainstorm other Easter nouns and verbs.
  • Please add your ideas for using this Easter Vocabulary Mat in comments section below....

 

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