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Wonderful water

Wonderful water

Wonderful water

How water affects you, plants and animals.



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



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.




Evaporation
Evaporation

  • What is evaporation?

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



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



It’s raining it’s pouring

the old man is snoring.



Awful---awful---stuff

Give a hoot and don't pollute.



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