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Mother's Day Adjectives Poster

PDF | 1 page|Grades: 3 - 7

An educational poster highlighting different adjectives to describe Mum on Mother’s Day.

Use this educational poster to help your students build on their knowledge of adjectives associated with their mum on Mother’s Day.

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    MM B

    Hi I love this resource it is amazing. Very ink heavy for a teacher that has to use her own resources for colour printing though. Are you able to produce a version that has

    Oh ooops. I didn’t realise that hitting the enter key would share this. I wanted to ask if it was possible to get a version with no background colour – that way I can print it onto card to still get the effect? (Probably for next year rather than tomorrow!)

    MM B · May 7th, 2020

    Tom (Teach Starter)

    Hi Michele,

    Yes understandably! I have fixed the ‘marvellous’ mistake and created additional Low Colour and Black and White versions of this resource.
    You can download these versions using the drop down arrow beside the Download button.
    If we can help with anything else, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

    Tom (Teach Starter) · May 8th, 2020

    MM B

    That is awesome!! Thank you.

    MM B · May 8th, 2020

    Paul Malone

    Love the adjectives. can you spell marvellous with double l?

    Paul Malone · May 7th, 2019

    Royce (Teach Starter)

    Hi Paul, thanks for your lovely feedback. In regards to the marvelous vs marvellous situation. The double l is the British/Australian English spelling and the singular l is the American English spelling.

    Royce (Teach Starter) · May 8th, 2019

    MM B

    Which is why like Paul I’d love the British/Australian spelling.

    MM B · May 7th, 2020

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