Download all of our feelings synonyms posters in one easy pack. They are perfect for encouraging use of varied language in order to help develop creative writing.
Developing a good vocabulary gives children confidence in speaking and writing, and a good place to start is by getting familiar with synonyms for some commonly used words. That's what this set of posters is all about. We've designed them so that they can be left on display on the classroom wall for inspiration when needed, or scattered on table tops during writing activities. We hope that they make you happy, and joyful, and cheery, and good-humoured, and joyous, and euphoric, and merry, and maybe even cock-a-hoop! Download them separately or as one bundle - the Feeling Synonyms Posters Pack - below.
You'll be flabbergasted and thunderstruck when you see how many synonyms for amazed we have come up with for this amazed synonym poster. Can you think of more?
Our amused synonyms poster will hopefully enchant you. It is just one from our series of synonym posters designed to help children make their creative writing more interesting.
Help children spice up their writing by using more descriptive vocabulary. Our "angry" synonyms poster can be displayed on a classroom wall or placed on a table to help provide ideas.
Our "confused" synonyms poster is one of a set designed to be displayed in the classroom or laminated and placed on the table to help children liven up their creative writing. Hope it doesn't leave you bewildered!
We are exhilarated to bring you this poster of synonyms for the word excited - aimed at encouraging children to vary their vocabulary in their writing.
The boy on our grumpy synonyms poster looks very churlish! Place this printable poster on the table or on a classroom wall during creative writing tasks to help children extend the vocabulary they use.
Varied vocabulary is key to making creative writing more interesting. "Happy" can be an overused word so here we have a happy synonyms poster covered in alternatives! We are sure that you could come up with more.
We've found may different ways to describe the four colours in these ice-cream cones. Can the kids match the words to the correct colours?
There are many words for "sad" that will help to make your writing (and conversation) more interesting. We've gathered them together on this poster, which you can display in the classroom or laminate to put on the table during writing activities.
Being thoughtful about the vocabulary they use is an important skill for children. This poster contains synonyms for "thoughtful". Use as a classroom display or put on the table for them to refer to as they write.