Cloud Types : A Compare and Contrast Lesson
First graders observe clouds and take notes. They compare and contrast different cloud types while looking at photos of examples. They listen to the story, "The Cloud Book" by Tomie de Paola and complete a graphic organizer about cloud types.
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