studio science - Directions 1. Remind students about their...

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Category: Visual Arts Clouds Kimberly Fletcher Age Level 4 th Grade Curriculum Area Science Objectives The students will be able to identify and label the different types of clouds. They will be able to identify the purpose of each type of cloud. Adaptations For Special Needs I will work very closely with these students and give consideration to each need. Adaptation for different age levels For the younger students I would allow then to create a story about their cloud. The older students would be able to write an essay the goes along with their activity that describes the different purposes and characteristics of the clouds. Materials Cotton balls, q-tips, glitter, different colored fabric, paint, colored yarn.
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Unformatted text preview: Directions 1. Remind students about their study of the clouds 2. Talk about each cloud and their characteristics while using illustrations 3. Have each student create their very own cloud. Allow them to use the supplied material to create a cloud and illustrate the various conditions which their cloud creates. 4. If possible display these clouds from the ceiling. Source http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/cld/cldtyp/home.rxml Extensions I would have the students go outside and lay on the lawn and draw exactly what they see in the sky....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EDU movement i taught by Professor Cooi during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma Christian.

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