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54 Positive Words And Phrases

54 Positive Words and Phrases...

  • Ideal for classroom team building, literacy games and activities, as well as classroom bulletin boards and display.....

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Theme Words

Positive Words and Phrases Theme Words List

bravo wow super terrific cool
amazing superb brilliant fantastic fabulous
champion tops congratulations lovely caring
thoughtful spot on keep trying well done you rock
great job tip top kind hearted good thinking friendly
considerate helpful you can do it keep it up great choice
way to go right on do your best try again keep practising / practicing
top stuff take a bow unreal impressed great stuff
awesome nice going very creative very interesting thank you
how kind beautiful very proud good for you much better
give me five you make me happy A1 let me help
PLUS SPARE SPACE TO WRITE YOUR OWN WORDS

 

Ideas for Use

List of Positive Words - 54 Words / Phrases


  • IMMERSE YOUR CHILDREN IN WORDS...

  • Make up a 'Positive Post' with all the words on display. Have writing material and a letterbox available for children to write little positive notes and letters to their classmates using the words on display. ( https://www.facebook.com/K3TeacherResources/posts/10152036221556063 )

  • Use these words as reference when writing cards for special days such as Birthdays, Christmas, Father / Mother's Days etc.

  • Brainstorm more positive words to add to the list

  • Again, there are lots of phonics opportunities for loads of 'word play

  • You can make these words smaller size by using the reduction settings on your printer and just printing off black and white copies, these smaller sizes are great for cut and paste activities.

  • When not being used on a wall display, place them in labelled boxes, or hanging pockets for continued use and reference.

  • All the activities from '101 Fun Word Card Activities' are fantastic with these Positive Words ......(DON'T FORGET TO UTILIZE THIS TERRIFIC RESOURCE EVERYDAY)

 


 

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