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Bricks and Mortar – Editable Text

About This Primary Resource

A Microsoft Word document featuring a set of bricks each with a text box for you to incorporate your own text. Ideal for creating a keyword wall - simply type your text print and cut. We have used the Sassoon Primary Infant font, however if you do not have this installed on your computer it will be automatically substituted for another.

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  1. SS

    Excellent resource, have been looking for something like this to use with my 5/6 class, all other templates too young. Well done.

  2. Randy

    This is perfect for the word wall in my class; I have searched all over for a graphic like yours.

  3. MW

    Excellent for house and homes for self registration

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