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Editable Winter Words

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A set of 21 winter themed picture cards, put together in Microsoft Word giving you the option of changing the text to suit your own needs. It may be that you wish to differentiate the verbs, nouns and adjectives by giving each a different colour border. To do this simply right click on the image and select ‘format picture’ - ‘colours and lines’ – select a colour in the drop down menu next to ‘line’ and then give that line a thickness by selecting a ‘weight’. Click ok.

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  1. sylvia.davidson

    great resources to use in my child care setting

  2. kirsty turner

    Great website a*****

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