Cloud craft

Unleash your creativity with these unique cloud craft ideas. From dreamy mobiles to cheerful wall hangings, discover the best crafts to bring the beauty of clouds into your home.
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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…

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Courtney
Are you looking for a factual unit to introduce weather activities in your kindergarten and first grade classroom? Our Weather Activities unit is just what you need! Cloud activities include several non-fiction passages about clouds in general and types of clouds.  It also includes several cloud crafts and writing activities. Montessori, Pre K, Weather Activities Preschool, Weather Kindergarten Science, Weather Activities For Kids, Preschool Weather, Weather Unit Preschool, Weather Activities, Weather Science

Are you looking for a factual unit to introduce weather activities in your kindergarten and first grade classroom? Our Weather Activities unit is just what you need! Cloud activities include several non-fiction passages about clouds in general and types of clouds. It also includes several cloud crafts and writing activities.

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The Daily Alphabet
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I wasn't sure how these shaving cream rain clouds were going to turn out, but they were beautiful! I love any experiment that's easy enough for my kids to do themselves. And I also love when I get to use a rainbow assortment of colours to create something beautiful. So this was a winner! This activity was easy to put together and allowed us to learn a little bit about weather. Although, my girls were definitely more interested in the hands on part, not so much the learning. But what can you…

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Samantha Martin