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Preschool Rain/Clouds/Water Cycle

Craft ideas and maybe some snacks that have to do with rain and weather.

Cotton ball clouds by Teach Preschool

Cotton ball clouds | Teach Preschool

Flannel Friday: Ten Umbrellas & Raindrops | storytime katie

Flannel Friday: Ten Umbrellas & Raindrops

3D water cycle craft

Sweet Tea Classroom: 3-D Water Cycle Craft

from reading the book "it looked like spilt milk"

The Techy Teacher

Water Cycle Diorama

Artwork published by Bridget732

Cloudy with a chance of weather....

little illuminations: Cloudy With A Chance of Weather

Three Art Mediums for Three Types of Clouds 1. Cirrus - white chalk 2. Stratus- thick gray paint 3. Cumulus- equal parts shaving cream and glue. It dries fluffy and textured- really fun! (for cumulonimbus- add a little black paint)

Having Fun at Home: Three Art Mediums for Three Types of Clouds

CUTE, Cute, cute clip for teaching the water cycle!

Great activity during a weather unit. 2 liter soda bottle cut in half. Put about an inch and a half of warm water (w blue food coloring) in the bottom. Invert the top of the bottle with the lid on and fill with ice. Watch the water condensate and watch it "rain"

Ms D's Garden: Science Experiments

water cycle video

StudyJams! The Water Cycle Teacher's Guide |

Water cycle bracelet craft.

Make a Water Cycle Craft Bracelet

Water Cycle Video

StopMoGo’s Videos on Vimeo

Water Cycle

Corkboard Connections: Mini Water Cycle Fun

The Teachers' Cauldron: We're SINGING in the Rain!!

water cycle foldable

The Water Cycle! Amy - cute song! (now stuck in my head!)

Teach Your Tot: Rain and Clouds

Teach Your Tot: Rain and Clouds

Cumulus Clouds with Elmers glue and shaving cream!

A day in first grade: The ever changing hallway

Stratus cloud craftivity

Weather Unit - Video presentation of the 4 Main Types of Clouds - appears to be made by an older student, and unfortunately states that "there are four types of clouds," (omitting all the others!), but does a nice job of quickly describing and illustrating these clouds - set to "I'll Follow the Sun" . :-)