Cirrus (meaning quot;curlquot;) clouds are very high, wispy clouds made of ice.
Cumulus (meaning quot;heapquot;) clouds are the large clouds that sometimes
look like huge puffs of cotton. Sometimes these clouds look like animals
or familiar things. It is fun to use your imagination to make up stories
about the clouds.
Stratus (meaning quot;stretched outquot;) clouds are made up of low layers of
clouds that usually cover the whole sky and blot out the sun.
Try to guess which kind of cloud
you are viewing.
Write your guess on your paper
and make a quick sketch.
With a partner, review your choices.
View presentation again.
Post your team’s answers.