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  • Weather or Not? - … on clouds and weather Make clouds in a jar Read A Cloud Book by dePaola Begin cloud observations with chart to draw/label cloud formations over five day period Correctly identify pictures of clouds Predict weather based on clouds Weather Forecasting Delta Science Module (Teacher Resource for making clouds) A Cloud Book by Tomie de Paola Clouds
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  • Weather - … how clouds are made. Cloud Charts Materials: cloud charts Discuss the different types of clouds. Have the students record the type of clouds in the … themselves by looking at the list. Language Arts/ Cognitive Development Cloud Stories Materials: paper/pencil Take the children out on a … them to look at the clouds and that sometimes clouds seem to resemble other things. Allow the cloud watching to go on for …
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  • Outlines Are Fun and Easy - … clouds. Clouds come in all shapes and sizes. You can often forecast rain by just observing the kinds of clouds in the sky. Cloudsclouds. Cumulus means heap or pile. These are usually fair-weather clouds. Layers of clouds that cover the sky with gray are stratus clouds. Stratus means spread out. These clouds spread out …
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  • Clouds, Rain, and Fog: A Closer Look - … 2 Apply strategies to comprehend text. Materials: Big Book of Cloud, Rain, and Fog, by Fred and Jeane Biddulph. ISBN: 0780213726 … . ADJUST THE BOOK WEB UNDER THE FOLLOWING HEADINGS: Clouds and Types of Clouds Text Structure: "Let's return to the Table of … information in this book. We've already learned about clouds and types of clouds. The next headings are Rain, Snow, Hail, Fog … distributed by Sue Wilson from Washington School District. Sunshine Series: Clouds, Rain, and Fog ISBN: 0780213726 Created Date : Aug 08 2005 …
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  • Clouds - … /Clouds Grade Level: Second Objectives: The students will understand what a cloud is, how it is formed and the various types of clouds … and discuss what they know about clouds. 2. Ask the students what they think a cloud is and how it is formed … . 4. In small groups perform an experiment of making a cloud. http://www.lessonplanspage.com/Sciencecloudslesson.htm While the teacher is … helpful to have a poster resembling the clouds. There are also some beautiful pictures of clouds in the links in the site …
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  • Borneo: It's Not The Heat, It's the Humidity - … temperature readings. Understand one reason for the large number of clouds in Borneo. Use Internet resources to chart heat and relative … various processes (e.g., freezing, condensation, precipitation, evaporation). Knows that clouds and fog are made of tiny droplets of water. Tools … out in the form of dew, frost, fog or cloud. Without clouds, it would not be possible for the rainforest to exist … to descend, it warms and the cloud evaporates. This is one of the reasons for clouds covering the tops of mountain ranges …
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  • Moving without Wheels - … directed into the aluminum pie tin ("reservoir"). Hold the bowl ("cloud") above the pan, but slightly off-center. Position the aluminum … , the steam is blown by the fan to the cloud, condenses on the cloud, drips to the watershed, and flows into the … like a cloud? How are the big drops formed? Figure 1. Cloud formation and condensation on the bottom of the "cloud" bowl. click … five stages: Evaporation from the ground, wind transport, condensation into clouds, precipitation and water returned back to Earth. While this activity …
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  • The NCAR Cloud Viewer - … most often made of ice crystals. Cloud Viewer 4. Altocumulus tttttt How are clouds classified? Scientists classify clouds by their height (low, medium … you. What types of clouds do you see today? Use the CLOUD VIEWER to help you classify the clouds outside. Use the SKY … .ucar.edu/news/events/moreclouds.shtml Windows to the Universe - Clouds; Clouds in Art www.windows.ucar.edu www.windows.ucar.edu …
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  • Three Clouds Activity - … of Lesson This activity provides three different methods for producing clouds. One activity serves as a demonstration and the other two … - otherwise you may not be able to see the cloud! II. Cloud in a Jug Materials for each group 1 gallon jug … or more information: Cloud Types Earth's weather General page on clouds Jupiter's clouds Martian clouds Saturn's clouds Uranus's clouds Weather crossword puzzle …
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  • Clouds - … observe the various cloud formation. Brainstorm about the forms and describe the shapes of the clouds. For example, a cloud that looks like a balloon. 2. Read to the students, The Cloud Book, and identify the diverse cloud … it did not rain, confirm that their predictions were correct. Clouds Sample Cloud Forms (Students recreate with cotton pieces) Cirrus (highest, blanket …
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