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Days And Weather Chart

Days of the Week and Weather Chart Spinners....

  • A4 size is ideal for small groups and on the wall or fridge at home. 
  • Enlarge to A3 or poster size for bigger groups.
  • Ideal for simple calendar time.
  • Matching Weather chart symbols, and Weather Wordsare also available
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Days of the Week and Weather Spinner Charts Days of the Week and Weather Spinner Charts

Days of the Week and Weather Spinner Charts

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Instructions for all spinners.......

  • Basically they are best laminated.  Also it is pretty important to use a hole punch to make the holes in the arrows.  This helps it to turn smoothly.
  • My spinners have worked well in the past with just laminated paper, but I think it is better to either print them straight onto card, or glue onto card before laminating.
  • Cut the arrows shorter if you like.

***Press split pin tightly for these so that the arrows stay in place.

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