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Natural Timber Poster

Natural Timber Poster

Natural Timber Poster

  • Product Id: DT005L
  • Size: 840mm x 594mm

Availability: In stock

£7.50
Incl. VAT: £9.00
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Product Description

Daydream Education’s Natural Timber poster is a colourful and engaging wall chart that teaches school pupils how to identify hardwoods and softwoods. It also expands this explanation by outlining the natures of multiple hardwoods and softwoods commonly used in industry. Examples of hardwoods contained in the poster include beech, oak and mahogany. Softwoods explored are cedar, scots pine and larch.

Key information written on the poster clearly explains every component of this significant Design and Technology topic. Alongside each value-packed information block is a fun, full-colour image which is designed specifically to make the evergreen topic of natural timber fun and accessible for even the most reluctant of students. The poster’s large A1 size – optimised for maximum value to visual learners – has an attractive design and bold colours. All of these factors combined make it an essential addition to any Design and Technology learning environment.

You Will Benefit From This Poster If You’re:

  • A teacher
  • A school pupil
  • A home-schooling parent

This Poster Can be Used as:

  • A teaching aid in classrooms
  • A revision summary at home

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Subject Design and Technology
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