Time connectives – conjunctions

Time connectives – conjunctions.

Support children with using a variety of time connectives in their learning.

Includes; first, next, then, after that and finally.

Use these lovely rainbows on display in your classroom, use them as prompts to support children with writing stories or instructions.

An Early Years (EYFS) and Primary School printable teaching resource.

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