Rainclouds – Mixed Up Paragraph

Part 8 of Mixed Up Paragraphs

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Students will analyze the clues in these mixed-up sentences and determine their correct order.

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Original Paragraph Rain clouds are like fluffy sponges floating in the sky. They form when warm air, filled with tiny water droplets, rises into the cooler parts of the atmosphere. As that air gets cooler, its tiny water droplets begin sticking together. They form bigger and bigger droplets. When these droplets get too heavy for the cloud to hold, they fall and become rain. So, a rain cloud is part of a cycle, soaking up water from the ground and then releasing it back down when it gets too full!


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