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Dec 7, 2004
The definitions of the different forms of clouds are primarily for the teachers end of it, to familiarize themselves with these clouds before introducing the lesson to the students. This could, however, be used for student access to the many different clouds if they were required to research a particular form for a class project. The definitions were clear and concise.

Oct 24, 2004
This resource offers a wonderful long-term cloud tracking activity. If you have the equipment, facilities and commitment of teacher and students, it could be an incredibly rewarding experience. The long-term cloud watching activity can also be extended into a literacy based compare/contrast activity when weather forecast and actual weather data are compiled and compared. Many activities can stem from this simple, inexpensive, natural activity of tracking clouds on a daily basis.