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Make a Father's Day Card

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Make a Father's Day Card

English Teaching Resources – Make a Father's Day Card

Writing > Non-fiction

Make a Father's Day Card teaching resource

20 slide fully editable PowerPoint presentation

‘Make a Father's Day Card’ is a fully editable teaching resource which is ideal for KS2 or lower KS3 students studying non-fiction. The resource includes:

- Task and lesson objectives

- Exploring a range of greeting cards

- Discussion of purpose and audience

- The greeting card 'rules'

- How to make your card

- Reflecting on learning through constructive criticism

- The drafting process - how and why we redraft

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