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The clouds outside my window
The clouds outside my window
Written and illustrated by your name
Written and illustrated by your name
Write a little bit about your area
Write a little bit about your area
A look out my window
A look out my window
Ice crystals
Ice crystals
How do clouds form
How do clouds form
The air is cooling
The air is cooling
How are clouds named
How are clouds named
Puffy clouds
Puffy clouds
Puffy clouds are called cumulus
Puffy clouds are called cumulus
Types of low clouds
Types of low clouds
Picture
Picture
Types of middle clouds
Types of middle clouds
Write something about the clouds
Write something about the clouds
Types of high clouds
Types of high clouds
Include picture of high clouds
Include picture of high clouds
Vertically-developed clouds
Vertically-developed clouds
Cloud type
Cloud type
Colors in the sky
Colors in the sky
Different colors of light
Different colors of light
Why is the sky blue
Why is the sky blue
Sunrise colors
Sunrise colors
The clouds at sunrise to look red
The clouds at sunrise to look red
Sunset colors
Sunset colors
Rainbows
Rainbows
The raindrops
The raindrops
Sundogs
Sundogs
If we take a closer look, we see that the red light is closest to the
If we take a closer look, we see that the red light is closest to the
Iridescence
Iridescence
Write about the picture
Write about the picture
The end
The end
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The clouds

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1 The clouds outside my window

The clouds outside my window

Your School Name

Include a picture of your home or school here

2 Written and illustrated by your name

Written and illustrated by your name

The Clouds Outside My Window.

Written and illustrated by Your Name

Include picture of your window

3 Write a little bit about your area

Write a little bit about your area

The Clouds Outside My/Our Window.

Write a little bit about your area Where are you? What’s the weather like?

Your Name Your Grade Your Class

Perhaps include a picture of you

4 A look out my window

A look out my window

Here’s a look out my window. Talk about what we see out your window.

Include picture of looking out your window

5 Ice crystals

Ice crystals

What are clouds made of ?

High in the atmosphere where temperatures are very, very cold, most clouds are made of tiny ice crystals. Closer to the ground, the clouds we see are made of tiny water droplets.

Include picture of clouds

6 How do clouds form

How do clouds form

In general, there are two ways clouds form. In both cases though, the clouds form because the air is cooling. In the atmosphere, rising air cools and sinking air warms. In most cases, the clouds that you see are caused by rising air.

Include picture of clouds

7 The air is cooling

The air is cooling

How do clouds form?

Clouds can also form when the air gets colder for other reasons. This can happen overnight when the air is cooling, or when warm air moves over a cold lake or a snow-covered surface.

Include picture of fog

8 How are clouds named

How are clouds named

Clouds are classified based on how high they are in the sky, whether they are made up of tiny water droplets or ice crystals, their general appearance, and whether they are producing precipitation. On the next page, I’ll explain some of the basic terminology used to classify clouds.

9 Puffy clouds

Puffy clouds

How are clouds named?

Puffy clouds are called cumulus or have the prefix “cumulo.” Clouds that form a layer are called stratus or have the prefix “strato.” Clouds that are made up of ice crystals are called cirrus or have the prefix “cirro.” Clouds that produce precipitation are called nimbus or have the prefix “nimbo.”

10 Puffy clouds are called cumulus

Puffy clouds are called cumulus

How are clouds named?

We often need to combine the various cloud terms to accurately describe the clouds we see. For example, puffy clouds are called cumulus; however, if the cumulus clouds form a layer, they are called stratocumulus. If those puffy cumulus clouds grow upward high into the sky and produce rain, they are called cumulonimbus clouds.

11 Types of low clouds

Types of low clouds

Stratocumulus Cumulus Stratus

LOW

12 Picture

Picture

Types of Low Clouds [cloud type].

Repeat this slide for every low cloud picture

Write something about the clouds.

Include picture of low clouds

13 Types of middle clouds

Types of middle clouds

Altocumulus Altostratus

MIDDLE

14 Write something about the clouds

Write something about the clouds

Types of Middle Clouds [cloud type].

Repeat this slide for every middle cloud picture

Write something about the clouds.

Include picture of middle clouds

15 Types of high clouds

Types of high clouds

Cirrus Cirrostratus Cirrocumulus

HIGH

16 Include picture of high clouds

Include picture of high clouds

Types of High Clouds [cloud type].

Repeat this slide for every high cloud picture

Write something about the clouds.

Include picture of high clouds

17 Vertically-developed clouds

Vertically-developed clouds

HIGH

MIDDLE

LOW

18 Cloud type

Cloud type

Vertically-Developed Clouds [cloud type].

Repeat this slide for every picture

Write something about the clouds.

Include picture of thunderstorm clouds

19 Colors in the sky

Colors in the sky

20 Different colors of light

Different colors of light

Colors In The Sky.

Sunlight is made up of all different colors of light. Some particles in the atmosphere such as raindrops and ice crystals act as prisms and separate the sun’s light into the various colors. Other particles cause certain colored light to be scattered in many different directions.

21 Why is the sky blue

Why is the sky blue

The blue light that we see in the sky actually comes from sun. When sunlight strikes tiny particles high in the sky, the blue portion of the sun’s light is scattered in all directions. We see the blue light that is scattered toward us from all over the sky.

Include picture of blue sky

22 Sunrise colors

Sunrise colors

Sunrises and sunsets are red, orange, and yellow for the same reason that the sky is blue. Because the sun’s light must travel through more atmosphere at sunrise and sunset, the violet, blue, and green light gets scattered by particles in the atmosphere, leaving only the red, orange and yellow light.

Include picture of colorful sunrise

23 The clouds at sunrise to look red

The clouds at sunrise to look red

Sunrise Colors.

Sometimes, high and mid level clouds reflect the yellow orange, and red light from the sun at sunrise or sunset. This can cause the clouds at sunrise to look red, orange, or yellow.

Include picture of colored clouds at sunrise

24 Sunset colors

Sunset colors

Clouds at sunset are colored for the same reason as they are at sunrise. Beautiful sunsets often occur when the sky to the west is clearing.

Include picture of colored clouds at sunset

25 Rainbows

Rainbows

The raindrops act like little prisms and separate the sun’s light into various colors. We see these colors as a rainbow. For the main rainbow, the red is on the outside, followed by orange, yellow, green, and blue (if visible).

Include picture of rainbow if you have one

26 The raindrops

The raindrops

Rainbows.

In some cases, the raindrops can cause a secondary rainbow. In this case, the secondary rainbow is barely visible. The colors are in reversed for secondary rainbows and the sky between rainbows darker than either side.

Include picture of double rainbow if you have one

27 Sundogs

Sundogs

Ice crystals can also act as prisms to separate the sun’s light. In this case, ice crystals have created a sundog in the sky. Sundogs can occur on one or both sides of the sun near sunrise or sunset.

Include picture of sundog if you have one

28 If we take a closer look, we see that the red light is closest to the

If we take a closer look, we see that the red light is closest to the

Sundogs.

If we take a closer look, we see that the red light is closest to the sun followed by orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet.

Include picture of sundog if you have one

29 Iridescence

Iridescence

Thin clouds composed of tiny water droplets or ice crystals can also cause iridescence. This typically occurs near the sun and is often difficult to see.

Include picture of iriidescence if you have one

30 Write about the picture

Write about the picture

Other.

Write about the picture.

Include picture of other colorful objects in the sky.

31 The end

The end

The Clouds Outside My Window

Include picture of clouds.

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