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Parts of speech : Adjective
Derivatives : fluffily
Derivatives : fluffiness
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Have you ever laid down on your back in a green field on a bright sunny day and gazed up at the clouds? I do it all the time when I get a chance. It can be so much fun to see what you can see in a fluffy cloud or groups of clouds. Look at one that has a thin long end, several little ends coming down in the middle and a much bigger other end...What do you see? It might be a dog. Yes, look, there are the ears on top! It could even be a lion with the larger end opening up like its mouth.
Then start to find many clouds. How many different animals or plants or even people can you locate? See how they are similar or different in both size and formation.
Try doing this with a group of friends and the possibilities are endless. This kind of activity can help to stimulate your brain better than any video game or TV show! Take a sketch pad or drawing tablet with you. You will be surprised at how easy it can be to draw these! Have one of your buddies close their eyes. Describe the cloud you are looking at. Next have your friend open up their eyes and find the cloud in the sky that you described. Keep a record of who can tell which cloud was the right one. But, be careful, clouds can change their formations sometimes rather quickly!
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