Who doesn't remember spending spring and summer days lying in the cool grass and pointing out fun cloud shapes to your friends? Reignite that same sense of wonder in your kids! Go outside with your kids, look up into the sky, and get inspired for these creative cloud crafts. Some of these projects are experiments and others are classic paper crafts. All of them are super exciting and fun to do together as a family. Have fun learning about and crafting clouds with your kids!
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Rain Cloud Craft for Kids
You'll need lots of cotton balls for this super cute rain cloud craft for kids from The Kindergarten Connection. The big, oversized raindrops add a bit of whimsy to this art project, and the finished product is adorable!
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Shaving Cream Rain Clouds
How awesome is this cloud science experiment from One Little Project? You can make this with shaving cream, food coloring, and water.
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Cloud Classification Craft
Teach your kids about the different types of clouds with this classification activity from Gift of Curiosity. Puffy paint and cotton balls are the perfect craft supplies to make clouds.
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Crayon Drip Rain Cloud
This is a great art project to open the creative minds of your children. Try making this multimedia process art activity, from Sugar Spice and Glitter, on a rainy day when you're stuck inside the house.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Cloud Kid Craft
It's raining hearts with this cute kids' craft from Glued to My Crafts! Just because Valentine's Day has passed, doesn't mean you can't craft with hearts. Every day is a new reason to celebrate love.
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Rainbow Cloud Craft
Brighten up those grey winter days with this colorful rainbow cloud craft from All Kids Network. It's easy, uses simple supplies, and great for little crafters.
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Happy Paper Cloud PillowContinue to 9 of 10 below.
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Preschool Cotton Ball Clouds Activity
Here is another cloud activity that will teach your child all about the different types of clouds in our world. Once you're finished crafting, take this cheat sheet outside with your kids and you can together decide what types of clouds are in the sky.
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Rain Clouds Experiment
This rain cloud experiment from Laughing Kids Learn would be a fun activity in a classroom, at a play date, or birthday party. You probably already have everything you need for this activity in your home!