This Making Clouds lesson plan also includes:
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In collaborative groups, mini-meteorologists investigate the conditions that must be present for clouds to form: cooling air, water vapor, and condensation nuclei. In addition to procedures, a chart for observations and some follow-up questions are included on the website; It would be nice to type them up on a handout to give to your super scientists as a guide to the activity.
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