Science -- 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.
Cool Science Experiments with Paper Towels - Meet Penny
This post is sponsored by Viva but opinions are my own. Read more about Viva Vantage Paper Towels and see how amazing they are for yourself! My children love cool science experiments so we decided to try some paper towel science projects using the new Viva Vantage Paper Towels we purchased at Walmart and another …
Black and white make gray for a cloudy day in preschool
The children have been exploring weather. Today the focus was on rain clouds. Making their own clouds The children made their own rain clouds by mixing together a little black and white paint on their paper. The children used their hands to mix
Lately I've noticed an abundance of cumulonimbus coolness popping up... must be something in the air (sorry, I'm ridiculous, I know). Today I've got no less than 10 clever ways for you and your little ones to have fun with clouds. Whether you're looking for science, art, or just something fun to play with - I've got all the bases covered: Make DIY Clouds - Done in celebration of Eric Carle's Little Cloud, these DIY clouds are a great sensory activity for kids of all ages. Make Cloud…
How To Make A Cloud In a Microwave | Falling into First
Want to see complete and utter amazement on the face of every student in your class? Make them a cloud in the microwave. But to make it even better, I would highly recommend that you DON’T tell them you will be making a cloud in a microwave. Just tell them you will be putting a […]
Here is just one way to bring weather concepts to life in your classroom! In our morning greeting, the weather helper informed us that today's weather was definitely going to be cold and rainy. It was a perfect day to explore raindrops and clouds at our rain making station.