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In this class, students will become weather investigators and investigate how clouds are created and how they work, and why and how we get rain from them. We will also create a craft activity to help us remember information about the different types of clouds. We will be creating our own anchor chart about the different cloud types using cotton balls. Please look at the materials needed for class before class. This class will be structured as an interactive discussion with me and other...
The materials students need to complete the activity are: - a bag of cotton balls - glue (bottle prefered) - blue construction paper - coloring utensils to label different clouds and title their chart
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Hannah BucksonDedicated, personable educator committed to making a difference for children in a fun way.
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Hello! My name is Teacher Hannah. I have been a teacher for 10 years. My experiences include public elementary and middle school, after school programs, summer camp settings, online setting, autism therapy, and I am also a special education...