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The Water Cycle Write On Grade 3-4 Learner Expectation Content Standard: 8.0 Atmospheric Cycles The student will investigate the relationships among atmospheric conditions, weather, and climate. Learning Expectations 8.3 Recognize the basic features of the water cycle.

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The Water Cycle

Write On

Grade3-4


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Learner Expectation

  • Content Standard: 8.0 Atmospheric Cycles

  • The student will investigate the relationships among atmospheric conditions, weather, and climate.

  • Learning Expectations

  • 8.3 Recognize the basic features of the water cycle.


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In this activity you will:

  • Recognize the basic parts of the water cycle

  • Write a paragraph about the water cycle and draw a picture of what happens.


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Evaporation

  • Evaporation is the changing of a liquid into a gas. You must have heat in order for a liquid to evaporate.


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Condensation

  • Condensation is the changing of a gas into a liquid.

  • When water vapor cools, the water changes form and becomes liquid water.


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Condensation

  • Clouds form as water vapor cools and forms water drops.

  • Small drops bump into each other forming large drops.

  • When the drops are too big and heavy, they fall as rain.


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Precipitation

  • Precipitation is water that falls to Earth as either rain, snow, sleet, or hail.

  • Rain is just water drops falling down from the clouds.


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Water Cycle

  • The water cycle is the path that water follows as it moves from the air to the ground and back to the air over and over again.

  • In the water cycle, water goes through evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.


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Water Cycle

  • Check out this link for an illustration of the water cycle.

  • http://www.natick.k12.ma.us/schools/johnson/watercycle/water.html


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Writing Activity

  • Write a paragraph using the vocabulary to tell about the steps in the water cycle. Draw a picture to illustrate what happens in the water cycle.


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