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Collective Nouns for Animals Posters | KS2 Writing | Primary English

Collective Nouns (Animals) Display Posters

This unique set of collective nouns display posters featuring groups of animals. Each poster presents a keyworded collective noun, illustrations depicting the group of animals, and a sentence revealing the collective noun. For instance, “a pride of lions” and “a parade of elephants”. There also includes an explanation page for what is a collective noun.

Understanding collective nouns expands children’s vocabulary by introducing them to terms that represent groups of people, animals, or objects. With the help of these collective nouns display posters, knowledge of collective nouns enhances children’s writing skills by encouraging them to use descriptive language and varied sentence structures in their writing.

Our collective nouns display posters are aligned with KS2 writing composition and grammar on the primary national curriculum. This primary resource can be used with your ideas for writing activities, display boards, games, teaching material, learning aids, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

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