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12 Months of Fun - April

12 Months of Fun - April

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

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.

Bug and Monkey Mama: The Water Cycle

Cloud Jars -- these look awesome!

Bug and Monkey Mama: The Water Cycle

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

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

YouTube video: magic school bus & water cycle

Making it rain! Good science project!

cloud in a jar

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

water cycle visual

Finger Puppets for Teaching Weather Unit Preschool Weather Classroom

Raindrop rain match

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.

Water Cycle

Melted Crayon Rain Cloud

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

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 :)