How Does it Rain? Make it rain in a jar with this simple science experiment for kids.

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Terrariums are miniature gardens grown inside covered clear containers. Use them as a low-maintenance way to enhance your indoor environment, or as a way to teach kids about the water cycle as they witness the fascinating succession of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation in their mini-environment.

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Bug and Monkey Mama: The Water Cycle

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Cloud Jars -- these look awesome!

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Bug and Monkey Mama: The Water Cycle

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3D Water Cycle Craft. Can not wait to do this in addition to The Magic School Bus water experiments!

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water cycle activity (too bad I don't have a window)

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YouTube video: magic school bus & water cycle

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Making it rain! Good science project!

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cloud in a jar

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{This is Great!} The Water Cycle Song to the tune of “The Wheels on the Bus”….

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water cycle visual

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Finger Puppets for Teaching Weather Unit Preschool Weather Classroom

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Raindrop rain match

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Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

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Water Cycle

Corkboard Connections
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April Showers Bring May Flowers Craft Pack

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Melted Crayon Rain Cloud

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Fun spring craft...would be cool to incorporate "may flowers" on the flip side maybe?

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Such a cute and simple idea for artwork to go with the final draft of a writing assignment, either about weather or for April showers :)

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Craft for Kids: DIY Rainy Day Paper Umbrellas - My Kids Guide

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