Cloud Themed Unit Studies and Free Resources



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I think Science is an easy subject to teach because you can pick one particular theme and create an entire unit study around it! Clouds are mysterious, fluffy and lots of fun to look at! 

Enjoy this list of Unit Studies and FREE Printables on Clouds!:

Types of Clouds Chart
The Amazing World of Clouds Flip Book
Types of Clouds Report Writing
Power Point Presentation: Clouds, Storms and the Bible
Clouds Poster
Cloud Number Chart
Floating Clouds Kindergarten Activity
Cloud Observation Activity
UV Radiation Blocking Clouds Lesson Plan
Label the Clouds
How Clouds Form Printable
3D Paper Cloud Templates
Cumulus Clouds Worksheet
Stratocumulus Cloud Worksheet
Stratus Clouds Worksheet
My 3D Shape Cloud Booklet
Cloud Gazing Worksheet
Coloring 12 Cloud Shapes
Field Guide Cloud Cards
Printable My Cloud Book
Cloud Viewer
Do You Know That Clouds Have Names? Story Book
Lapbook Templates including cloud shapes

Here are some posts on some really fun cloud activities:

Rain Cloud Activity from At Home with Momma Skyla
Quick and Easy Cloud Activity from My Joy Filled Life
Cloud Dough: A New Outside Favorite from 1+1+1=1

NASA has a great page on Cloud Identification with charts, videos, diagrams, quizzes and more!

Here are some great deals on Cloud Themed resources and books for your “classroom”:



Learning Resources Inflatable Clouds Was $44.99 Now $12.62 72% OFF!

Carson Dellosa Mark Twain Types of Clouds Chart only $2.49

Extraoridnary Clouds was $14.99 NOW $9.21

The Cloud Book was $6.99 Now $6.18

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Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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