This day of creation is intriguing to me. I had never really thought of the “sky” as what separates the two bodies of water (water in the oceans and water in the clouds) until Big Brother and I read the text together.
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We just had a thunderstorm last night, so it made it easier to explain the fact that when clouds get too much water in them, then the water comes down in the form of rain.
Here’s what you’ll need to make the “craft” for this day: construction paper, scissors, a marker, and cotton balls.
|1. Let your little one start pulling apart the cotton balls and gluing them onto a light-blue piece of construction paper.|
|2. In the meantime, cut out waves from a darker piece of construction paper (or let your child do this step if he/she is proficient at using scissors).|
|3. Let your child glue on the waves and label (if you want).|
And here is the song to go along with Day 2: