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Verbs For Speaking | Words Better Than ‘SAID’ | Chart 1
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Verbs For Speaking | Words Better Than ‘SAID’ | Chart 1

FREE | A resource with two posters about alternative words to ‘said’, the learning intention, success criteria and a student reflection question. An excellent resource to support Level 1 (Year 1 & 2) writing.
AUD $0.00
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Ref: 4-00024
Age: 6-7 years
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