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Making a weather chart


Make a weather chart.

Following are two weather charts.  One for a week and one for a month.  The simple way is to use a program like Excel or draw up  a chart that allows the different information you have chosen to include on your weather chart.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Date:
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

The weather chart for a month is simply the above chart repeated four times complete with the dates and what information you would like to include on your chart. For instance:

I would like to include the following on my weather chart: The temperatur before I go to school and again when I come home. How much it rained today.  What was the day like.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Morning
Temperature
am
pm
Rain measure
Day like
Afternoon
Temperature
am
pm
Rain measure
Day like
Evening
Temperature
am
pm
Rain measure
Day like

The simple thing is that you simply choose a date and get started.  The thing with the Guide Syllabuses currently is that over the Guides time in Guiding this activity may be done several times, each time with extra challenges that then relate to what challenges the Guide is currently undertaking.

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May 15, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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