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Season posters

Submitted by Admin (08-11-2012)

 

4 A4 pages one for each season. Included on them the name of the season, the months of the year that correspond with the season printed at the bottom of the page and an appropriate colour picture.

The pictures you have on your printables with pictures are great so I am sure you are more resourceful than me with this aspect. Thank you for your wonderful site and ideas. I wish I had known about it years ago.

 

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Anonymous (18-01-2011)

Hi Donna. There's a link on your site to a resource of Seasons Posters, however no docs have been uploaded. Any chance of putting them up?


Donna (01-08-2010)

We are just about to upload this - this week - and updated concept books as well = thanks

Donna and Team


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