See Synonym Poster
Encourage your students to use words other than ‘see’ in their writing.
Use this poster as stimulus for your students. Print it out in A3 or larger and display it in your classroom.
He can see his house from here: detect, spy, set eyes on, recognise, identify, glimpse, note, notice, spot, mark, observe, pick out, catch, behold,perceive, distinguish, clock, sight, watch, view, make out and discern.
He went to see his grandma: bump into, encounter, pop in, stop by, visit, drop by, meet, call and come by.
He could see the clues: grasp, dig up, comprehend, understand, catch on to, ascertain, eye-ball, recognise, identify, eye, determine, work out, perceive, check out, peg, figure out, fathom, confirm, enquire, appreciate, follow, realise, envisage, learn, investigate, cotton-on, discover, consider, picture, deduce, discern, establish and check.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
English > Year 2 > Language > Text structure and organisation > ACELA1464
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English > Year 6 > Language > Text structure and organisation > ACELA1520
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English > Year 5 > Language > Expressing and developing ideas > ACELA1512
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