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Learning about Spring Things

In Molly Seta’s Pre-kindergarten class, students have been talking about spring and the changes that can be seen, smelled, and heard outside. “My class has been learning about changes in the weather with a special focus on clouds and rain,” said Seta. “We began with a read-aloud of ‘It Looked Like Spilt Milk’ by Charles Shaw and a discussion of how clouds change.” Seta said the young students also engaged in a cloud painting project. “We learned that it rains when clouds are full of moisture with a quick and fun science experiment,” said Seta. “We also recently set up a rain gauge on our playground and checked it after the storm.”