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Today's Tip: 
December 04, 2014
Cloud Watching

On a lazy afternoon, take your child and go outside and lie in the grass or on a blanket, and just watch the clouds drift across the sky. An open space, such as a field or park, is better to give you a larger sky-view. Point out clouds and give your child a quick science lesson by telling her in a simple way about how they are formed (water that evaporates off the earth gathers into droplets that form clouds).

 
 

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