Clouds 2

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Clouds 2

  1. 1. Clouds<br />
  2. 2. Clouds come from air that is warm and full of water vapour. Water vapour is water in the form of a gas. It gets into the air when the Sun heats water in lakes, rivers, and oceans. The water evaporates, or turns to water vapour. As the Sun heats the air, the warmer air rises. But it’s colder higher up, and the water vapour turns to tiny water drops or bits of ice. The water and ice make clouds in the sky. The particles of water or ice are so small that they float in air.<br />
  3. 3. Dirt particles<br />Water particles rising up<br />Water particles<br />
  4. 4. Some clouds are white and fluffy. Some clouds are dark and gray. Some clouds are close to Earth. They float across the sky in sheets. Some clouds go up high like mountains. Watch out for dark clouds. They could mean a storm is coming. <br />
  5. 5. Smoke and match<br />Experiment<br />Aim: to create a cloud in the bottle.<br />Materials: matches and a pump bottle <br />step 1: make sure the bottle has about 1cm of water in it<br />Step 2: light the match then blow it out allowing smoke to rise then try to make the smoke enter the bottle.<br />Step 3:close the cap and squeeze the bottle really hard and see what happens<br />
  6. 6. Water and dust particles clinging together<br />Water particles<br />Dust particles<br />Push here hard to get the water particles and the smoke particles to stick to the dust particles to form a cloud in a bottle.<br />clouds<br />
  7. 7. Clouds come in all different shapes and sizes <br />
  8. 8. The end <br />Thank you for watching<br />By Mitchell <br />

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