Cloud Writing

What You Need:

  • Blue construction paper
  • Paper towels or newspaper
  • White paint
  • Colored pencils/thin markers

What You Do:

  1. Lay out some paper towels or newspaper in your workspace. Lay the blue paper on top.
  2. Assist your child in squeezing a glob of white paint near the top center of the blue construction paper.
  3. Carefully fold the paper in half vertically.
  4. Have your child press their fingers on the paper to squish the glob of paint around, pressing from the fold outward.
  5. Open the paper to see the paint cloud they just created. Allow it to dry.
  6. Use a thin black marker to trace around the cloud and make its borders more pronounced.
  7. Now have your child look at the cloud picture. Ask them to think about what the shape looks like. Encourage them to really use their imagination. Does it look like a dragon? A train? A butterfly? The sky’s the limit!
  8. Use the black marker to write a fill-in-the-blank sentence at the bottom of the page: "It’s a ___________ cloud!" Hand your child the marker and have them write a word or letter in the blank to complete the sentence. For example: "It’s a dragon cloud!"
  9. Finally, have your child illustrate around the cloud to complete the scene as they wish.
  10. Repeat to create additional cloud pages, and compile into a book!

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