Hi-ya Sassy-Sci students!!
Uncle Cecil is back in the how-ouse with yet another super fun activity from my lab to yours. This time we are going to make cloud collages!!
During my niece's and nephew's downtime after their earth science leg we did this sciency, artsy activity. Partly because it hammers home what clouds look like and partly to take their minds off...well you will have to read volume 4 to see what transpired.
Let's get down to business...
To make these frame-worthy clouds you will need:
For this collage, we are going to depict stratus, cumulus, and cirrus clouds. But if you want to add more than that, by all means please do!
On to the instructions:
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