Reply to "Pillar of Fire and Smoke Ideas & Discussion"

SCIENCE

A more intense response in cloud making simulating the atmosphere can be found at stevespangler.com using a bit of 70% alcohol and a bicycle tire pump, the "cloud in a bottle" kit is $30. 

"By day the Lord went ahead of them in a pillar of cloud to guide them on their way and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light, so that they could travel by day or night."  Exodus 13:21-22

After the science experiment demonstration, students can make pillars of clouds and fire using pool noodles, cotton balls, and red and yellow construction paper flames.  There are many pictures of Pillar of fire and cloud projects on Pinterest. Our students' creations are going to be used as VBS decorations for "Wandering in the Wilderness" theme.

Heidi Weber and Jeannie Middleton

Noel Memorial UMC, Shreveport LA


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