Cloud-Themed Alphabet Activities Perfect For "It Looked Like Spilt Milk" Story

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Do you study clouds during your spring or weather units?
Do you read the cute, cloud book “It Looked Like Spilt Milk” by Charles Shaw?

If so, I think your students will enjoy these wonderful transitional activities that cover a variety of standards using a cloud theme.

The packet includes:
* 2 poster poems to introduce the lesson

* An “Alpha Clouds” (color, trace & write) booklet. With 4 pages on one, to make a "just-the-right-size", mini booklet.

*An “ABC Animal Clouds” booklet, with the same above format.

* A boy & girl “Look at my cloud name” worksheet craftivity.

* 3 sets of alpha-cloud cards for upper & lowercase letters.
* 2 sets of animal cloud cards. There is a “cloud animal” for each letter of the alphabet.
* There are also matching animal word cards, which will provide more ways to play “Memory Match” and “I Have; Who Has?” games.

* Children can also pick a picture card and describe the animal using 1-3 adjectives OR…
* Pick a word card and use it in a sentence. OR…
* Students can arrange the letter and/or word cards in alphabetical order.

-Use the “Kaboom!” cards to add to the fun.
-Use the cover to make an “Itty Bitty” booklet.

* I’ve also included a 5-page, tip list of other games and things you can use the cards for.

These activities can be used for independent centers, whole group activities, Daily 5 word work, early finishers, homework, or tossed in a sub tub.

I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping you can use a bit of fun on a cloudy day.

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