The Water Cycle- How rain is formed-Lesson for kids
Enjoy learning about the water cycle for kids in a fun way. Understand how the water cycle works with our facts that explains the different processes in a way that's easy to follow. Q.What is the Water Cycle? A.The Water Cycle is the journey water takes as it circulates from the land to the sky and back again.
The Three Main Clouds - Cirrus, Stratus, Cumulus
Did you know that a basic understanding of the clouds can help you predict the weather? Its true. Cumulonimbus clouds are a sign of rain and cirrus clouds often indicate a change in the weather. Learn more at http://www.untamedscience.com/clouds
Snow and snowflakes
Learn when snowfall happens and how snow forms in this fun video for kids. Find out more about snow and snowflakes at http://bit.ly/1gGcoyp
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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