This classroom display pack features a set of six posters illustrating a range of subordinating conjunctions, using eye-catching images surrounded by example sentences.
Each poster comes in A4 size, as well as giant size across four sheets of A4.
Blank versions of the posters are also included, as well as empty speech bubbles, so children and teachers can add their own text suggestions.
- 6 A4 subordinating conjunctions posters with example sentences
- 6 A4 blank posters for pupils to add their own examples on your English working wall
- PDF assets for pupils to use as part of a working wall to add to the blank posters
- Giant versions of the A4 blank posters to create a larger classroom display
- Teacher notes
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What is a subordinating conjunction?
A subordinating conjunction introduces a subordinating clause, and joins it to the main clause in a sentence.
Subordinating conjunction examples
- Gina has been thrilled ever since Jenny arrived.
- The dog is barking because he wants to go for a walk.
- We need to clean up so that the classroom is tidy for tomorrow morning.
- I like living here even though the neighbours can sometimes be noisy.
Subordinating conjunctions list
- As if
- As long as
- Even though
- If only
- Now that
- Rather than
- So that
National Curriculum English programme of study links
Year 3 / 4 Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation
Pupils should be taught to extend the range of sentences with more than one clause by using a wider range of conjunctions, including when, if, because, although