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Types of Clouds (C1, W23)

Three Art Mediums for Three Types of Clouds Cirrus - white chalk Stratus- thick gray paint Cumulus- equal parts shaving cream and glue. It dries fluffy and textured- really fun! (for cumulonimbus- add a little black paint) cc cycle 1 week 23

Make your own barometer #Science #Weather

How to make a barometer

Ramblings of a fifth and sixth grade teacher....: Science Hands-On Activities!!

This would be a great addition to a booth about ecosystems. Ramblings of a fifth and sixth grade teacher.: Science Hands-On Activities!

5 kingdoms of living things craft. Comic style. Science week 2.

CC Cycle 1 - Science - 5 kingdoms of living things craft Comic style

Science ideas galore! {and a FREEBIE!}

Science Galore! {and a FREEBIE!}

Hands-on science just got easy! LOVE this packet. All the experiments are easily explained with real life pictures of students doing the experiments in the classroom. She also includes grocery lists and recording pages.

DIY Rain Gauge for kids to measure rainfall!

Homemade Rain Gauge

How to make a cloud in a jar using hot water, ice, and hairspray.

Make Your Own Cloud

Kitchen science is a great way to get kids thinking about how things work. Try this easy science experiment for kids and make your own cloud in a jar.

What a great experiment and weather lesson..  Holly's Arts and Crafts Corner: Art & Science Collide: Cloud Jars.... a great weather project!  Maybe next year for the weather unit!

Art & Science Collide: Cloud Jars

What a great experiment and weather lesson. Hollys Arts and Crafts Corner: Art Science Collide: Cloud Jars. a great weather project! Maybe next year for the weather unit! teach-it-science-soc-st

Little cloud by Eric Carle

Little Cloud Activities for Preschoolers

FREE Interactive Education: Water Cycle~ Click key words such as "sun and heat" or "vapor" and watch it happen before your eyes. Very cool!

FREE Interactive Education: Water Cycle~ Click key words such as "sun and heat" or "vapor" and watch it happen before your eyes.

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