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The atmosphere needs three ingredients to make a cloud: 1. warm, moist air. 2. cooling (which causes the moisture to lift). 3. cloud condensation nuclei or CCN.

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How to Make a Cloud in a Bottle. There's no need to look up to see the clouds in the sky when you can make a fun cloud of your own at home! All you need is a ...

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Mar 11, 2014 ... Make a Cloud at home-Cool Science Experiment! Cloud in a Bottle - Science Experiment! Subscribe Here because amazing videos will come ...
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Nov 1, 2012 ... Kids love creating reactions with easy science experiments. Why not make your own cloud using these easy instructions. This how-to video ...

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Apr 20, 2016 ... Two different methods to make a cloud in a jar, plus an explanation of the science behind each method.

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No one likes clouds when they bring rain, but what if you could make you own? Remember to ask your parents for help with matches. You need: Plastic water ...

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Making a cloud inside a bottle may help you figure out how they form outside in the sky. Warm, moist air rises in the atmosphere, cools, and beautiful, puffy ...

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Mar 5, 2015 ... how to make a cloud in a jar We are studying weather in my classroom right now and my own kids get to be the guinea pigs for all activities that ...

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Make Your Own Cloud! 3.5 based on 983 ratings. Third Grade Science Activities: Make Your Own Cloud! What is a cloud exactly? We look at them every day, but ...

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This is the first ingredient to make a cloud. Squeeze and release the bottle and observe what happens. You'll notice that nothing happens. Why? The squeeze ...