Clouds float across the sky everyday. You can use your imagination to describe the clouds in the sky. Let's see what clouds look like!
1. Learn all you can about clouds.
2. Write 3 descriptive words describing clouds. (size, shape, color)
3. Find a song about clouds. Listen to the audio. Write 3 main cloud forms.
4. Look at different types of clouds. Draw a picture of a cloud and label it.
5. Write down the address for a free safety weather coloring book.
. Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page
. PSC Meteorology Program Cloud Boutique
. Meteorology A to Z
. Clouds and Precipitation
. Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs
. It Looked Like Spilled Milk
1. Go to Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page to find out what are clouds? Write on a separate sheet of paper What are clouds?
2. Click on Cloud Boutique go to Cloud Classification to find 3 descriptive words to describe a cloud. (size, shape or color)
3. Go to Resources and click on Meteorology A to Z. Find a song about clouds. Listen to the audio. Write 3 main cloud forms.
4. Go to Resources and click on Clouds and Precipitation. Look at four different types of clouds. Draw a picture of one of the clouds. Label your cloud.
5. Go to Meteorology A to Z and click on Stuff for Teachers/Parents. Find the address for a free safety weather coloring book. Write down the address.
Remember to always check with your adult helper before using the computer.
Stay on task and never go into unfriendly sites!
Learn how to properly find good information and record your findings.
You have learned about what a cloud is. You have observed and described clouds. You can even sing about clouds!!!
Some written by Kathy Giese.