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Here's how to create your own paper plate barometer or weather chart.



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Cloudy today


Time: 20 minutes
Age: Under 5s, 5 to 10s
Level: Easy

Materials
Paper plate
Pens, crayons or paint
Popsicle stick (preferably coloured)
Hole punch
Butterfly fastener
Scissors
Ribbon
Skewer
Sticky tape
Ruler

Method
Divide the paper plate into as many sections as you want weather types using a pen and ruler. We went for four sections.



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Draw a different weather condition in each section, using pens, crayons or paint. We chose 'sunny', 'windy', 'cloudy' and 'thunder storms'. We also wrote the type of weather next to the drawing.



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Kids barometer, kids craft barometer, weather barometer, homemade weather chart, weather art ideas


Make a hole in one end of the popsicle stick using a regular hole punch. Cut the other end off the popsicle stick to create a dial the length you want it to be.



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Poke a hole carefully in the middle of the paper plate using a skewer. (An adult should do this step).
Fix the popsicle stick dial onto the paper plate using the butterfly fastener through the hole.



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Tape a curl of ribbon onto the back of the paper plate to make a hanger.



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Your paper plate barometer is now ready to hang up. Turn the dial to record the weather for the day.



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Sunny day


Categories
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Easy
#Weather
#Barometer
#Sun
#Wind
#Clouds
#Thunder
#Paper plate
#Popsicle stick
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You got me thinking about to create a plate representing The four seasons in a similar concept As the children get to be about 5/6/7 talk about and show that We in Australia acknowledge one season other counties embrace the opposite Maybe a sun sky for Summer . A rubbing of leaves cut out to represent Autumn A snowflake and dark clouds for Winter .The spring can blooming flowers coloured and cut out stuck down on the 'Seasonal Plate' Lee /CreativeLee
Really cute idea.
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