Sunday, January 24, 2021

Episode 81: The Cloud, Chapter 21

Hi All,

Just a reminder that we are recording a novella that Mr. Chris and I wrote. The story, about kids solving a mystery using their technology skills,  has twenty-five chapters.  

Last episode, we brought you Chapter 20, where The Cloud had a day off of school that they used to meet as a team to put their science fair project together. However, they found that their data had been tampered with and they would be forced to withdraw or get another project together in one day's time.  

Did you know that you can help the Cloud? Simply share a picture of the weather that is happening in your neck of the woods at  We'll place them on the the class website at to help out The Cloud with their science fair data! 


What did you say? A word of the day! In our story 
there are many juicy words that are fun to use and say.

dimensiona property of space; extension in a given direction

huncha premonition or suspicion; guess

lateralof or relating to the side; situated at, proceeding from, or directed to a side

poltergeist:a ghost or spirit supposed to manifest its presence by noises, knockings, etc.


Try these activities to keep your imagination glowing 
after hearing the story.

1. Conduct a mold experiment and send us a picture of the results at Visit the following site to guide you on how to get started:

2. There is many different things to learn in science. You can play interactive science games here.

                               COMPREHENSION CHALLENGE

After listening to the story, can you recall the 
details to answer these questions?

1. Who said the pink fuzz looked like cotton candy?

2. What did they see in the picture of the apple wrapped in blue plastic?

3. When did The Cloud capture all of the pictures of the ladybugs?

4. Where did Garrett suggest they find the data for their new science project?

5. Why do you think there would be mold on the corner of the wall by the classroom sink?

Mr. Chris of the Night Light Stories Household
Meme and Papa of Massachusetts