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Wonderful water

Wonderful water

Wonderful water

How water affects you, plants and animals.


States of water

Water is essential to life on earth.


States of water

There is 97% of all the water on the earth

Is in the ocean and only 3% is fresh water.

That leaves 2% frozen and out of that

Less than 1% for drinking water.


The three forms of water

The Three forms of Water.

  • Solids: When water becomes very cold and freezes it will change from a liquid to a solid. It has a definite form and shape.

  • Liquids: When water takes the shape of its container it is in a liquid form.

  • Gases: When water is seen in a vapor form and has no definite size or shape it is in a gas form.


Solids

Solids

  • We see it

  • In ice


And in frost

And in frost

And in frost


Liquids

Liquids

Rain

Lake


States of water

In nature we see water in its liquid form.


Gases

Gases

  • You see water in the form of gas, when you see……..

Clouds


Steam is water in a gaseous form

Steam is water in a gaseous form.

  • Water also becomes a gas when it evaporates,

  • Or when you see a geyser or hot pots.


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Fog


The amazing water cycle

The Amazing WATER cycle.


Evaporation

Evaporation

  • What is evaporation?

  • Evaporation is water vapors that rise into the air until it cools and condenses and forms water droplets.


Condensation

Condensation


Where does it come from

Where does it come from?

  • Millions of water droplets come together to form clouds. The clouds get heavy and gravity tugs on the droplets and the clouds release


Precipitation

Precipitation


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It’s raining it’s pouring

the old man is snoring.


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Water Pollution


States of water

Awful---awful---stuff

Give a hoot and don't pollute.


States of water

THE END


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