Since it was cloudy outside, it was the perfect day to learn about clouds!
We made a variety of clouds using white wild cherry and Saskatoon berry blossoms. We also made the 8 common clouds by putting cotton batting onto felt. If you use felt, you do not need to glue the cotton balls or cotton batting, it will just stick. That way you can reuse all of the materials again.
We went on a little walk and looked up at the sky to check out the clouds. We noticed more than just clouds and saw some cool birds, including a huge Eagle.
The 10 major clouds:
Felt clouds - materials :
Blue felt sheet
Cotton balls or cotton batting
This easy learning craft requires no glue, because the cotton sticks to the felt.
- Place the clouds wherever you want on the blue felt. Making small and big ones, We made the 8 common types of clouds.
This is a great learning activity for toddlers, preschoolers and elementary school aged children.
It is fun and easy to set up and put away, our two year old loved ripping the cotton and putting it onto the felt. Our six year old made the clouds more accurate and had fun naming each one,
Don’t forget to look up at the sky, and make this when it is cloudy outside! You can even create this cloud craft outside and try to replicate real clouds you see in the sky.
Here’s some you can use as a reference.
Flower CLOUDS - Material:
White flowers ( white dandelions or fruit tree blossoms).
Small Wooden squares, small canvas or square cardboard cutout