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Make your own cloud viewer with this easy Cloud Spotting Learning Tool! A wonderful weather craft for preschoolers and elementary kids.
Cloud in a Bag (2 Ways) We continued our exploration of rain by making a cloud in a bag (two actually). Water evaporates out of...
Afsaneh saved to Rain 's lesson plan
Learn about clouds for kids with this FUN unit with cloud activities, rain in a jar experient, cloud in a bottle, weather science worksheets!
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A super quick easy cloud dough sensory bin recipe for hands-on learning and fun in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom.
Nadine Miller saved to Projects to Try
This cloud spotter craft is a fun and interactive way for kids to learn about different types of clouds and how to identify them. To make this cloud spotter, kids can draw or print out a picture of a cloud chart that shows different cloud types and their characteristics, such as shape, size, and color. Glue the chart to a piece of paper or cardboard. And finally, they can use their cloud spotter to go outside and look up at the sky, trying to identify the different types of clouds that they…
Courtney saved to H O M E S C H O O L
Little Cloud book by Eric Carle. FUN preschool craft project idea ~ make Ink Blot Cloud Shapes! Great for all ages. via /karyntripp/
This New Rain Cloud in a Jar Experiment is super fun. It is a great way to teach kids about rain, liquid densities, and the water cycle.
Kimberly McCoy saved to A-IDEAS
Tons of science activities and lessons to go with the book Little Cloud by Eric Carle! Written by a science teacher.
Sharla Jamison saved to Clouds
There are several fun ways to create a cloud in a bottle, but this method is the simplest and easiest way that I have discovered how to do it!
Dina Lulek saved to Kids
Teach science for kids with free clouds activities, resources and videos. Here are 23 smart activities to teach clouds and the types of clouds.
Holly Lawrence Flasowski saved to science