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Planet Earth's Water Cycle (NASA Video)

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The Water Cycle: Wikipedia Article










An Interactive Resource from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) (3 Levels Available)

The Water Cycle for Kids and Students: Advanced (You can switch to Beginner and Intermediate Levels)











Clicker Resource

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Write about and draw a picture to show the main things that happen in a water cycle. When you open the file, you will see a sample picture like the one below. Click the Paint Button to create your own. Also use the writing frame to show what you know. Explain the importance of the major elements in a typical water cycle and how these elements are interconnected. For example, what role does the sun play in all this? What is the importance of water cycle to living things? Are you a part of the water cycle? How does climate change affect the water cycle? Ask your own questions and discuss them in class. Design experiments to show different processes in a water cycle (e.g., evaporation, condensation, snow or ice melt, etc.)

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