This preschool cotton ball clouds activity is great for preschoolers learning all about the weather. Have fun making clouds out of cotton balls and then use the printable to cut out and label all of your clouds. Super cute toddler science activity!
Here is the foldable classifying cloud types by their position in the atmosphere. The info inside is kept quite simple and concise for our fourth grade needs. The book is made from copy paper or cardstock. Cut the 8 1/2" x 11" paper into four strips, lengthwise. Each student will get two of these. Slightly off-set the strips before folding, and fold so they are off-set. This provides the graduated page lengths.
To continue my son’s introduction to the Earth, today we talked about Clouds. We have talked about Land,Water & Air, even performed a few experiments demonstrating that Air exists even though we can’t see it, and have started the conversation on Land Forms with this easy and effective Land Form Introduction activity.