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What's-the-Weather Wheel: Kid Krafts

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By Tracey C. Agranoff


Ages: 9-36 months
You Will Need:


  • White paper plate
  • Washable markers
  • 1 white index card
  • Scissor
  • 1 Brass fastener
  • Pencil

MomTalk%20Crafts%20photoswhatstheweatherwheel1.jpg By Tracey C. Agranoff

Ages: 9-36 months
You Will Need:
• White paper plate
• Washable markers
• 1 white index card
• Scissor
• 1 Brass fastener
• Pencil

STEP 1 - Using a pencil lightly to divide the plate into 4 equal sections.

STEP 2 – Use markers to draw a different kind of weather, one in each of the four sections – ex. Sunshine = sun, Rain = umbrella, Snow = snowman, and Wind = blowing leaves.

STEP 3 – Draw an arrow onto the index card, color it in and cut it out.

STEP 4 – Use the fastener and attach the arrow to the center of the plate.

STEP 5 – Hang your weather wheel in the kitchen or near the door so that you and your child can start each day together with a turn of the arrow and an official weather report.

HINT – for very young children, parents can draw the four weather pictures for their child to color in or cut pictures out of magazines and glue onto the weather wheel.



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