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make a cloud (balloons and polyester fiber)

How to make a cloud - balloons, glue, paper, and polyester pillow stuffing. >> Cute for parties/weddings and show displays! I WANT A CLOUD IN MY ROOM!

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Tutorial on how to make a cloud (craft, not science). Uses balloons, flour water paste and shredded paper. Use a spray adhesive to attach pillow stuffing. Very clever! Now I want to cover my ceiling with blue butcher paper & hang clouds!

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DIY – Dancing family

Dancing Family Cut-Outs. How cute are these dancing family cut-outs! A fun craft project for you kiddos to make and play with! They are easier to make than they look with this great tutorial! Perfect indoor activity for a rainy summer day!

Fifth Grade Earth & Space Science Worksheets: How Clouds Form - Do you know how clouds form? Get the basic idea of how moisture in the air cools to become formations like clouds with this diagram that your child can color in to help make the learning stick!

How Clouds Form

WEATHER How Clouds Form Worksheet-- could be helpful during the water cycle unit (with modifications)

Cohetes espaciales

A must for my space loving boy.DIY Cardboard Tube Space Ship by marthastewart: A great reuse for those long wrapping paper tubes.

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DIY :: How To Make A Cloud.you could utilize this for a lot of things. Would be really fun to make some of these so kids feel like they're on top of a coaster-- in the clouds! These have to hang from the ceiling!

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Call me nuts but I'm going to paint Parker's ceiling blue, and make clouds all in an attempt to turn his "big boy room" into an airplane themed bedroom. things-i-could-actually-do-at-my-house

Thank you Lori ...what a great idea ..could be used to "flip up" and add details underneath!

Clouds Classified by Altitude. This is a fun way to learn about the different types of clouds there are. This would be for a weather unit. It is a great way for the students who learn visually to learn.