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Refracting Telescope Poster – Diagram with Labels

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A poster containing a diagram with labels showing the key parts of a refracting telescope.

Use this educational classroom poster in your science lessons to highlight the key parts of a telescope.

A lot of equipment is used in science experiments and it is important to know the names of and understand each part of the equipment and how it works.

This telescope poster with labels can be printed out on large paper and displayed around your school science lab or experiment areas of your classroom. Alternatively, the students could glue a personal copy in their workbooks for reference.

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