Let's go cloud spotting!

These clouds seem to be coming right out of the little chimney!View image slideshow

Have you ever watched clouds? It’s super fun and really relaxing!

The best thing - you could try cloud spotting absolutely anywhere, in your backyard, on a balcony or in the park.

Let’s try it today:

  • Step 1: Try lying down and finding a picture in the sky.

  • Step 2: Use your finger to trace the shape.

  • Step 3: Try tracing the shape on someone's back with your finger.

  • Step 4: Can they guess what shape it is?  

  • Step 5: We wonder if you could make up a story about what you saw in the sky?

Tips:

  • Give it time, stay in the same spot for five minutes and see what floats your way!  

Watch Activity 18 video on YouTube

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We would love to see your sky stories!

Please share your activity with us via our social media pages #KingsParkHomeDelivery.

And these ones look like a duck, don't you think?The best thing - you do cloud spotting absolutely anywhere, in your backyard, on a balcony or in the park.

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