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Old 08-29-2009, 04:01 AM
 
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This is a new site to me. You can print your own borders. This would have come in handy a little earlier when you were working on your bulletin boards. I bookmarked it.

http://www.communication4all.co.uk/http/Borders.htm

It is a UK site so the first few are British borders, but look the the rest.
Bugs, frogs, kids, genres, just about anything you can think of.


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There are several really cute borders I can use.
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sending the url for this website. This is really neat! I can hear the ink in my printer gurgling away, now!!$$$ I really like the dino border, the kids around the world border, the ocean animals border, the classic fairy tale border, the ladybirds border, the well....all of them!!
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This is a great resource. Thanks for sharing. I'd better stock up on ink cartridges!!
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Thanks for this web site, next month im doing my lesson plan of My Family and Where we live and I just saw a borders with houses and plenty more thanks a lot.....


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Old 08-30-2009, 04:40 AM
 
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Hi, I was just looking through that website and saw lots of cute borders. The website said something about printing with/on A4. Is that a type of paper or how do you recommend printing these out?
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Most are really cute, but one is a WWII border and it looks like it has HITLER on it!!! I have taught WWII in my class before but wouldn't put the image of Hitler up on any way, in any circumstance... just my opinion!

Also, when you click them, it says service not available.
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I clicked on it and it downloaded just fine, and it DID have Hitler on it!!! I am so surprised. I wouldn't ever use it, either.
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