Friday, March 16, 2012

To the Cloud! DIY Cloud Identification Tool

I am sorry for being away from here for a few weeks. I truly appreciate all the emails I received from readers asking where I have been and if I was returning. Don't worry, I have no plan on stopping Full of Great Ideas.  No one has been sick and unfortunately, we have not been away, I just can't seem to find time to post anything. My projects have continued as normal, but finding the time to sit down and share them with you has been difficult.
So I am starting with a small post that I did with my kids this past week while they were on March break.

I pinned this Cloud Identification Tool kit idea a really long time ago and had always intended to make it. You can buy a kit online for a pretty reasonable price; however, they are intended for a classroom use so you have to buy at least 25 of them for $35. I have no need for 25, so I made my own.
I started by going online and found free images of the different types of clouds. Using Publisher (you can do this in any format), I arranged the clouds by the way they appear in the sky. The lower ones, are low clouds, the upper clouds are high in the sky...well you get the idea. I added the name of the cloud type below the image.
I printed the design out on photo paper with my color printer as a 5x7 and carefully cut out the middle rectangle. (I don't love the quality of my printer, so I think I might send it to Costco for a nice, professional print.)
 I then cut a piece of white card stock to the exact size.
I glued the two pieces together with a wooden stick secured in the middle to be used for a handle. To be honest with you, I have no idea why I have tongue depressors in my house, but I had a few of them. I was expecting to have to eat a Popsicle just so I could get a stick..but nope. I still ate a Popsicle though :)
 We are having the best March break weather ever, so we went outside to test it out. Unfortunately, we only had a few clouds in the sky.
 Here is the only cloud, but you get the idea though how it works.
 My son loved it...my daughter wasn't as interested. It always amazes me how different two kids from the same parents can be.
If you would like this, leave me a comment with your email address and I can email you the 5x7 high resolution jpeg. 
Here is the full size image. To download it:
  • Right click on the image and select open in a new window or tab
  • On the full size image, right click again and select 'save as'
  • Save it to a place on your computer where you can easily find it
  • Send it to your favorite photo developer
  • Please only use these for personal use!
  • Enjoy!!
As usual, I just ask that you use it for personal use..or classroom use :)
What do you think?


I hope everyone has/is having a great March break.

Stephanie at Full of Great Ideas

216 comments:

  1. I would love to use this for homeschooling :) thanks!
    MS_LRS@YAHOO.com

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  2. I would love to use this for homeschooling :) thanks!
    MS_LRS@YAHOO.com

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  3. I've had this pinned forever too. But I'm in the same boat... I only need 1 not 25 so I've been meaning to make it myself. If you'd be willing to help a busy mom out and email your file, I'd totally appreciate it. I love how yours turned out. Can't wait to see which of my kids likes it more. LOL

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  4. I too would like an email of the file. My email is starrlynne_2000@yahoo.com.

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  5. I have been a quiet lurker of your site, but really enjoy it. I would love to make this little craft for my son. Thank you for sharing! Just incase my email doesn't come through with my profile: wolfe.lindsey@gmail.com

    THANK YOU!

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  6. I'm really enjoying your beautiful blog! I'm a grandma of two adventurous grandsons who love any science ideas I can find (I'm a retired teacher!) It would be great to have a copy of your DIY Cloud Identification Tool for my sweet boys. Thank you for your generosity!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. I would L-O-V-E you forever if you emailed me this file:)
    Jonelle
    A Place Called Kindergarten

    jonellebell@mac.com

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  8. I have this pinned too :) I would love if you could send me your image! Thank you!
    sheridack (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  9. My oldest is thinking about doing a cloud science project....this would be an awesome addition!

    carrieandeden@hotmail.com

    Thanks! Carrie

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  10. I would love to have this for my class! And a little for myself as well! Great Idea! Thanks for Sharing. griffithgina@gmail.com

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  11. What a great idea! Please email the cloud file! I teach 3rd grade and would only make 10 copies. The students could work as partners to identify the clouds. Save me some time/money and my students love to work as teams. sharhatfield@aol.com

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  12. You are so creative, and I would love a copy of this! What a fun thing for my children to do on a spring day. Thanks! we4lees@gmail.com

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  13. I would love a copy of this! I have wanted to make one for my daughter ever since I saw it on Pinterest, but wasn't sure how to put the images together. Thank you! himay316@msn.com

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  14. I would love to have a copy of these clouds for my classroom. Thank you. muehlbauerl@ritenour.k12.mo.us

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  15. This is so cool..my son would love this. Please send me a copy. Thanks so much :)
    msdeloatch@gmail.com

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  16. I would love to use this with my Kindergartens. Please send me the image - thanks!
    hhladun@sasktel.net

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  17. Would you please email me this project at KelseyLPrice@gmail.com? I'd love to do this for the kids. Thanks!

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  18. Yes, please email me!! I'd love to have it for my four boys! Thanks for doing this! mrenkema79@gmail.com

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  19. I love this idea. I would like to share with the teachers I work with. bcramond@gmail.com

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  20. Yes please! nfdetwiler@yahoo.com

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  21. I would love to have the jpeg! I'm studying to be a teacher and this would be a great resource! myrandaroyann{at]gmail[dot]com Thank you!

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  22. I would love this! I teach a group of intellectually disabled science students. Tami.henry@gmail.com

    Thank you!

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  23. Please send me the jpeg - I'll be using it with my kids this week!
    lpaula@frontiernet.net

    Thank you!!!

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  24. This is great! I would love to receive the jpeg.

    mfang@iowatelecom.net

    Thanks

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  25. So neat! Saw on Pinterest and would love a copy for my classroom as we are starting this unit soon. Thanks :)

    halliemunao@gmail.com

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  26. I would love to have this for my classroom. Thank you!

    43monkeys@gmail.com

    Thank you again!!!

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  27. This is a neat idea! I love clouds. I would really like a copy of your jpeg. Thanks.

    Lynne

    lcar444@gmail.com

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  28. I would love this for my son! We homeschool and could make a great lesson out of it. Great idea!!!!

    kmerrimanlmt@gmail.com

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  29. This is such a great teaching tool. I would love it if you could send to me. Thanks for offering to send!

    klk008@shsu.edu

    (zeros instead of letter "O")

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  30. I would really like to do this with my grandchildren. Would you send the JPEG to me that would be great! Thank you.
    dbishop3@hotmail.com.

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  31. My email is fishersix@gmail.com . Thanks so much!!

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  32. My email is fishersix@gmail.com . Thanks so much!!

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  33. me please! hntersmom(at)yahoo.com

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  34. Thanks so much! I was sitting there thinking "I am going to make one of these - such a good idea" then you kindly offered.
    I would love a copy - the.winsons@bigpond.com
    Thanks Again

    Do you think the clouds are the same down under????

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  35. What an awesome idea! We are in the car a lot, driving to activities with our virtual school friends. Cloud watching is one of the children's favorite things to do while I drive. Please send me a copy PattyTeaches@att.net (I found your blog from a Pinterest link by K12)

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  36. Would also love this, mmbowns at hotmail.com

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  37. Me too please. Always looking for ways to get my son engaged in something outdoors.
    Mdnormand at yahoo.com

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  38. Thank you for this post and your fantastic blog! I would love to have the template! andrea.benton (at) fastmail (dot) fm

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  39. Love when learning can be hands on and fun. We'll have to revisit our lesson on clouds! Thanks for sharing!
    Would love to receive this in an email - hersheyjourney@gmail.com

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  40. This looks like a great lesson. I am passing the info on to my intern! Please send me the high resolution version: abenham@washoeschools.net

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  41. I'd love to use this activity in my classroom. My email is mhill314@hotmail.com Thanks so much!

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  42. Dear Stephanie,

    I stumbled upon your blog from a Pinterest post. I am a teacher and would love to use this in a lesson. Please email me at: jennifer_moulton@charter.net

    Thank you! Keep blogging!:)

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  43. This is great. Would love a hr version for the beautiful clouds we have in Brazil romerokc@yahoo.com

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  44. what a great learning tool! I would love to have this, michelle@kevinscomputers.com. I, too, stumbled across your blog on Pinterest, love your ideas, thanks! Michelle

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  45. I would love to have this. My kids love the clouds. My email is djerard_ca@yahoo.com. Thank you so much. Found you on pintrest.

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  46. I would love to use the clouds project with my 4th graders. Thank you for sharing the idea. It is awesome. doullene@cox.net

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  47. This is wonderful!!! Would you mind sharing your file with me? My boys would love it!! My email address is palmettomommy@gmail.com

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  48. This is wonderful! I would love to use this in my 2nd Grade class for our weather unit. My email is: missy@themastershome.com

    Thanks for sharing your hard work! :)

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  49. Would love to do this with my boys.
    Pafineman@gmail.com
    Thanks for sharing!

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  50. A fun but useful idea to share with my grandkids. I would love the .jpeg! My e-mail is Bethluvs2kraft@aol.com
    Thanks for sharing! Beth

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  51. Sweet! I would love to use it with my oldest daughter and befriended children (enifur@gmail.com).
    Thank you for sharing,
    Nadine

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  52. This would be great for our science! csalamy@charter.net Thanks!

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  53. Thank you so much! This is a very cool tool. I would love to play with it with my kids.
    the five harts at yahoo dot com

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  54. We have our cloud display all made up for the science fair.....it's april 10th if you can email to me before then.
    carrieandeden@hotmail.com
    Thanks!

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  55. This is just too cool! I would love to have your copy - I love your creativity and it's soo kind of you to share!!! rudjana@sbcglobal.net

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  56. This is the coolest thing ever! I wish I'd had it when I was teaching my cloud unit in first grade. But, I'd love to have it for teaching my own kiddos.
    johanna@aggienetwork.com
    Thanks!!!

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  57. This would be helpful w/ our cubscouts
    jszarski1@comcast.net
    thanks!!

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  58. I would love this, please?? I teach Kindergarten and we are starting our weather unit! Please???? Thanks!!!

    Erin530@comcast.net

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  59. I would love this! acallihan@insightbb.com

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  60. I would love this! My son is a budding scientist/nature lover! dgmommy@sbcglobal.net

    Thank yoU!!!

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  61. May I have a copy for my classroom, please? txex2000@hotmail.com
    Thank you!

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  62. I would love this for my classroom. Please email!
    aksellnow@hotmail.com
    Thank you!

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  63. I would love a copy. I just saw the one you could buy and got discouraged in making this. Thanks for doing the legwork! Great idea!
    kellie@shaneandshane.com

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  64. Love this idea, and yes I would love a copy of the jpeg so I could make one for my granddaughters...who are both by the way, into science:) Thank You for doing all the hard work!
    losingitsusie@gmail.com

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  65. I LOVE this idea, and we JUST did Clouds today as a class! Dang! I'd love to have them use it next week to explore cloud types!

    My email is hilarygrace18@gmail.com..... Send as soon as you can :-)

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  66. I would love a copy of this!

    alicialynn43@yahoo.com

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  67. Oh, I would love a copy -- please! :) tara at quotidian dot com

    Thank you SO much!

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  68. I love to look at and watch clouds and have 7 grandkids that I would love to make these for. Maybe a couple of them will continue my passion LOL Kurlie at kurliegenes@aol.com

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  69. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us! I've seen these before but have never had the chance to create one of my own so I really appreciate you sharing your work! Just in time for Easter - I may make some extras for my nieces and nephews too :)

    I sent you an email with my contact information - thanks so much!

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  70. Great minds think alike!
    I was in the process of doing the same exact thing!
    Can you send me yours please?
    I plan on laminating it at office depot, cutting out the center and mounting it on a stick before letting the grubby paws get to it.
    Thanks!

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  71. I would love to get the jpg of the cloud identification tool (and the daytime constellations as well!). My email is email.yk@gmail.com Thank you! Great blog!

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  72. Oh, please! I would be so appreciative if you could email me the cloud i.d. jpg! I had found them online, but, as you said, they came only in classroom sets. Email: mo.walker3@gmail.com

    THANK YOU!

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  73. I would love a copy of this to use in my class.
    jfox@richland2.org

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  74. Would love one please! lisa.lewis59@gmail.com

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  75. This would be perfect for the air and weather unit we are just starting. I'd love to get a copy to use with my kiddos!
    Thanks,
    Skye
    svancleave@lwsd.org

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  76. would love to use this for homeschooling.. thanks so much!
    meganhumphrey@gmail.com

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  77. So cool! Thanks so much for putting this together, I was sure some genius on Pinterest had! patandlisa at hotmail dot com

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  78. Another great project, would love to make this for my son!
    Scoobybuck@yahoo.com
    Thank you!!!

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  79. Hi, I just found your blog. I would LOVE if you would share your "cloud viewer" with me. I'm a first grade teacher and think it would be great for classroom use. My email is missshannondavis@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  80. I am really excited about doing this with my son and nephews. sheshe0282@yahoo.com Thank you for sharing!

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  81. darling cloud identification tool... perfect for our lesson plans in preschool this week! (we do a "mom's preschool" with a few kids in our neighborhood) would love for you to share, please please please? ;-) email is brianandsharla@yahoo.com Thanks in advance!!

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  82. Wow - that is just so cool! I'm working on a summer gardening camp with a day on weather. Your "tool" would be perfect! Thank you sooooo much!
    gottadance25@gmail.com

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  83. This would be awesome for my son!! cmludi@hotmail.com

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  85. I would love a copy please!

    k.lishes45 at g mail dot com

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  86. I would love a copy for my pre school children to use.

    pmcc@lcc.on.ca

    thanks
    Theresa

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  87. I think this is a fantastic idea. My son is loving learning about weather right now. I would love a copy! Thanks! ~Marcy
    reimer98@sbcglobal.net

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  88. this is awesome! I would love a copy for a cloud lesson I'm preparing for my church youth group. lissimarie39@yahoo.com. thank you!!!

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  89. This is great. I would love a copy! julipoulsen(at)gmail(dot)com! Thanks so much!

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  90. Would love a copy, my kids are fascinated by clouds and this would make it so much ease to identify them :-) Thank you! cbmc1234@gmail.com

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  91. thanks I would love this nestbliss@gmail.com ;)

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  93. lets try this post again with my email address lol ...I would love to try this! my niece is always asking me what kind of clouds are in the sky when we are out & about! thank you so much! Can't wait to make this for her :)my email is audie7@aol.com

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  94. I am teaching special education students that have a difficult time trying to identify without the use of a visual. This would be perfect! I would love a copy of this file! Thanks sooo much!!
    acox@molineschools.org

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  95. My daughter would so appreciate this! Thanks for offering to send out the jpeg! rhonda957@bellsouth.net

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  96. What a great idea. My email address is k.kinchen@yahoo.com. Thank you for sharing!

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  97. I just found your blog via Pinterest. I suspect that I'm going to be a dedicated reader from this point on, you've got such amazing ideas! My kids would love cloud identifiers, would you please send me the jpeg? My email is: theninjaknitter@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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  98. Oh, I don't know if it worked! Can you please send us a copy of the jpeg. We are a group of Montessori children who would love this to use at our summer camp. Thanks
    pmcc@lcc.on.ca

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  99. I would love a copy of your jpeg for my homeschool boys!! Yea, great job:) My email is: swimbikerunmama@yahoo.com
    Thanks so much!!

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  100. I would love the pic for my kids to use this summer. Thanks!
    mspinas@cox.net

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  101. Could I please have a copy of this for my son? What a great idea. My email is mad_mim (at) hotmail (dot) com

    Thankyou :)

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  102. Thank you. I had pinned the same thing, but only need to make like 8 copies. And I am teaching it for free, so if I can not spend money that would be even better. Thanks

    aprilarcher00 at hotmail dot com

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  103. I would LOVE a copy of this! I am a cub scout leader and it would be perfect! alisonhaley1@msn.com

    Thank you!

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  104. Wow! I would love a copy of the file. What a great homeschool diy! Thank you so much!
    samanthadaykelley (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  105. I would love a copy to teach my kids a little something this summer. In fact, I was thinking about remaking that same one you saw, but now I don't have to. Thank you!

    kim (at) unredundant (dot) com

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  106. I would love a copy of this for girl's camp. Thanks for the great idea!
    jeepx2@gmail.com

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  107. Love this! Linked it up on my blog. http://wedratherbecamping.blogspot.com/2012/06/clouds.html
    Thanks for sharing!

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  108. I noticed there was no download for the clouds pic, but many people asking for a copy; is it possible to get a copy as well?
    Such a great idea and just had a conversation with my kids about clouds earlier this week! Kudos to you for making this.
    jw37643@gmail.com

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  109. Would appreciate you emailing it to me too, ali_rosepetal@yahoo.com. Thanks!

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  110. Could you e-mail me the clouds identification tool? That looks really awesome! amers1986@gmail.com Thanks. :)

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  111. Our vacation Bible school theme is Sky!!!!!! This would be an awesome craft, and we could work in"looking for God " in the sky. Thank you so much
    rats5ks@sbcglobal.net

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  112. Love this! Thank you so much! Katscratchme@gmail.com

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  113. I would absolutely LOVE to have this! I teach 4th grade science! melissa.davis@amaisd.org

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  114. I would really appreciate you sending this to me, as I am a science teacher and mom to two curious girls. Thanks so much!
    teresa.mcdonald@gmail.com

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  115. This is a great activity for the kids! Thanks so much for sharing it... :) sgrimmell99 {AT} yahoo {DOT} com

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  116. I would love to do this project! Thanks for sharing it! gretagreen06 @ gmail . com

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  117. This is very cool! I would love to use this with my girls! Missy5538@cox.net much appreciated!

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  118. Awesome work! My son would love to use this. Thank you for sharing. rosa_luz7@yahoo.com

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  119. You are so sweet to share this with us homeschooling parents! I would love to have this and thank you for your hard work!
    Kelly
    doulakk@gmail.com

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  120. You are AWESOME for putting this together!!! You're even more AWESOME for sharing it with us. I would love to share this with my boys. sintia.stewart@gmail.com

    Thank you, again for all your hard work!!

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  121. I would love to have this to make with my two boys! Thanks so much! rebeccac0513@yahoo.com

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  122. Love this! Could I have a copy please paulatimleck@gmail.com

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  123. I would love this for my own kids and my classroom. Could I please have a copy? kami.white@ironmail.org

    Thanks!

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  124. I would love one for my kids! Rmmmrmt@gmail.com

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  125. Could I please have a copy emailed? I am a first year teacher and this would come in handy in my classroom. My email is cristenhealy@gmail.com

    Thanks!!

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  126. Hi my son has just really started noticing clouds and the different shapes. This would be great to teach him all the different kinds. Please email a opy to a_cracker@hotmail.com thanks Amy

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  127. I would love this emailed to me-for personal use with my twins :) jenroberson42@yahoo.com

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  128. Love this! We'd like to use it this fall as we study the weather. Thanks!
    robisonDOTsaraATgmailDOTcom

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  129. Hi, love this. I start with weather in September and would love to use this. My email is rkparis4@yahoo.com

    Thank you!

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  130. Would love to share with my 3 yo! Thanks! uddanielle@gmail.com

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  131. I would love to use this with my kids
    richardscrysATgmail.com

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  132. Thank you for sharing this. I would like a copy to use with my classroom. cbrocke@kamiah.org

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  133. Wow, what a great idea. I would also love this to use with scouts and at girls camp. Thanks for the creative idea and all the work. I appreciate it.
    Sheri
    Squealers7@cox.net

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  134. How generous of you to share your file! My kids and I are trying to get in some last activites from our summer bucket list and would love to use this for our cloud watching. Thanks so much!

    mg0626@gmail.com

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  135. Thanks so much for creating this and your willingness to share! Please email me a copy at Crystal_Leigh@bellsouth[dot]net.

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  136. I would love a copy of this to surprise my husband who is a big-time weather enthusiast!

    lilypadsis at cox dot net

    Thanks!

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  137. I would love to have a copy of this too! We've been talking about clouds (I homeschool my 5yo and 2yo) and this would be so much fun! mbacalao @ rocketmail dot come. Thanks!

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  138. So awesome! If the offer still stands I'd love to have a copy! busymail33@gmail.com Thanks!!

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  139. I LOVE this. Please email me a copy at mcmurrin007@msn.com if the offer is still available! Thank you.

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  140. Hi, I would love a copy for a 4th grade class. Does the offer still stand? emily.lee@cesuvt.org

    thanks, Em

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  141. Hi, I would love to do this with Cub Scouts. Could you please email me the file. Thanks a bunch! What a great idea!! kipapril95@msn.com

    Thanks! April

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  142. My son would love to use this! He is obsessed with all things weather! cpovolish@verizon.net Thank you for making this available to us!

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  143. I would love to have this. I want to make a letter size cloud viewer so my student's can make one as well. We have started a unit for the year called "Weather Watchers". Please send me your jpg document so I can get started. My email address is vicgiggles@sbcglobal.net and vrider@aisd.net. Thank for sharing this. It will save a busy teacher a lot of time.

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  144. Looks real snazzy. Would love to have a copy of this to try out for out Outdoor Education program.

    LOTRDan@gmail.com

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  145. Oh, I am thrilled to find this as I only need one, too!! Please send me the file-- we could definitely use it for our studies this upcoming week.

    kkcouturier@gmail.com

    THANKS!! : )

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  146. I would love this! Please email it to me at bosssanders@gmail.com Thanks!!

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  147. Ditto, this is awesome! I would LOVE a copy of this to use with my little ones. Thank you in advance. graaten@shaw.ca Thanks a bunch!

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  148. This is great! I (and my students) would appreciate a copy of this. Thanks so much!
    dwhite@riversidersu.org

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  149. So cool! We home educate and would love a copy if you don't mind, our email is wifejuliefish@yahoo.co.uk Thanks so much!

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  150. I'd like one,too. This will be so handy for my 4 and 6 year old. I think I'll even tape one to the schoolroom window for daydreaming purposes. Thank you very much! thewilesside@yahoo.com

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  151. I would love to receive this if possible. Thanks! michellerobison1@yahoo.com

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  152. reinfurt at yahoo dot com would love a copy of your file. Thanks so much for doing this.

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  153. could I receive this high resolution cloud picture? trishaclark06@hotmail.com

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  154. Would love to receive this! kriswrite at aol dot com Thanks!

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  155. This is a wonderful idea. I home school my children and we are studying weather and the seasons right now and I would very much appreciate it if you could send a copy of this file to me lt_johnjacobs@yahoo.com. Thank you!

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  156. This is awesome! Very creative. I would really like a copy if you could. originalwombman@gmail.com Thanks!

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  157. Great job with the pictures! We'd like to do this with our Cub Scout Tigers! Thank you! 4gourds@gmail.com

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  158. I would be grateful for your sharing. Thank you!
    longquarles A T yahoo

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  159. Would love for my K classroom. smobley89@aol.com

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  160. Thanks for sharing! Would love to use it for preschool group. katy_jensen@hotmail.com

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  161. This would be great for my first grade spring unit!! pixeldorf@comcast.net

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  162. If you're still sending this file out, I'd love a copy. We'll be doing a unit on weather next semester in our homeschool. Thank you for making this available. :) mamachick23434@yahoo.com

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  163. I would love a copy of this! I am going to use it with my kids. abbiepalenske (at) gmail (dot) com

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  164. i would love this! I am starting a weather unit next week with my 4-6th graders! meghan.hoehn@gmail.com THANKS!

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  165. My boys would LOVE this! If you are still sending copies, we would appreciate it.

    marina(at)stitchesunderthesun.com

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  167. Yes, please! I would love a copy for my boys as we are studying clouds in our weather unit right now!

    please send to Tierneyclan@comcast.net

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  168. I would love to have the hi-res 5x7 file. I think my daughter would love this!

    mrsavakinsey (at) gmail

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  169. I'd love a copy please and thank you!! :)
    ljp930@mail.usask.ca

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  170. I don't know if I can still get a copy but I would love one!
    gsheets2@gmail.com
    Thank you in advance. Gwyn

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  171. I would like to have a copy too if still available. Thanks!
    mama24monkeys@live.com

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  172. Hi Stephanie! I am a first grade teacher and am planning to teach the clouds portion of our weather unit? Would you be willing to share your cloud pattern? I have looked everywhere for this idea! My email address is jasmyn.hart@appo.k12.de.us. Thank you!

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  173. Hi Stephanie-I love this! I would love to use it with my son to pass off a cub scout requirement. Can you email me?
    *weaversteven*yahoo.com

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  174. This is a great idea! I have been looking everywhere online and can't seem to find anything like this to download for my classroom. I would be so grateful if you could send it to me. I think my 4th graders would absolutely love this! mehilts@vbschools.com
    THANK YOU!

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  175. I'd love to use this for homeschooling! lanceandgeorgia@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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  176. Great idea! My email is keary.devico@yahoo.com if I could get a copy? Thank you :)

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  177. What a fantastic idea!!! Please send me the file when you have a moment. sunshinedaph@yahoo.ca Thanks so much. Take Care

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  178. We are just starting weather. I teach 4th science in texas. athompson@azleisd.net
    THANKS

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  179. I would love a copy of this cloud viewer. I am a homeschool mom and love the fact that you share your creativity with the world. My email is sandralopez2716@gmail.com. Thanks so much!!!

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  180. This is great! Please email me a copy? Thanks!
    Donna
    donnamshaw@gmail.com

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  181. Awesome Job! This will be perfect for our homeschool unit on weather. Please email me a copy to angidrake@juno.com.
    Thanks so much!
    Angi

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  182. I love this project, this would go great with his unit on weather...could you email me a copy, mekhi01@gmail.com

    Thanks,

    T

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  183. I would love to have this for my classroom, my e-mail is sickel@pghfamily.net. thanks
    Nancy

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  184. This is such a wonderful idea. I would love a copy. My email is pamela.justi@stpsb.org.

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  185. I know this is an old post but I would also like the jpeg file. Thank you so much for all of your posts!
    My email is: LadyOglass@aol.com

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  186. my son is using this as a science project!




    THANK YOU!!!!

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  187. I would super love this if you could send it to me. We will be using it up in the mountains to teach about the clouds! Thanks!
    jwesto50@hotmail.com

    Thanks!

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  188. I would love to use this as well! Thanks! :)
    Mary@sproutinglearners.com

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  189. Please add me to your requesst for your .jpg file. Tks
    sussouthard@suddenlink.net
    Tks.

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  190. Whoops....my fingers and my laptop are not on the same plane tonight. :) that e-mail address should read:
    suesouthard@suddenlink.net

    Sue

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  191. Hi Stephanie! Love this & I'm getting ready to teach clouds when we get back from break. My email is williamsjs@ucps.org. Thanks a bunch!

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  192. Hi Stephanie,
    I am getting ready to teach a Science unit around changes seen in the sky. I know my Kindergarten students would love this and learn a lot from the cloud identification tool you have designed. Would you mind sending me a copy? Thanks! Erika

    Email: erudishauser@yahoo.com

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  193. I would love this for our homeschool curriculum on weather. Very much appreciated.
    Email: tanya@sunshinehouse.net

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  194. I would love this for our homeschool

    xismycat@gmail.com

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  195. I would love to use this in my classroom. THANKS!!
    sduffy@riverviewcharterschool.org

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  196. If you are still offering to send the jpg image, I would love to have it. :) Our 2nd graders are studying weather right now and specifically clouds next week. I love your identification tool! Many thanks!

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  197. I don't know if you are still doing this, but I would love a copy for my daughter! She loves looking at clouds and would be thrilled with something like this. My email is Lkatrin at aol dot com. Thank you!

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  198. Hello ! I would love a copy to use for my sons' class! Thank you ! Deb

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  199. Hello,this is a wonderful activity, my two boys will have hours of fun with this.Thanks for sharing, it's very generous of you. Trace.

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