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The Water Cycle To understand the processes involved in the water cycle What is Evaporation? It is the process of a liquid heating to form a gas What is Condensation? It is the process of a gas cooling to form a liquid The Water Cycle Water is constantly moving between sea, air and land

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The Water Cycle

To understand the processes involved in the water cycle


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What is Evaporation?

It is the process of a liquid heating to form a gas


What is condensation l.jpg

What is Condensation?

It is the process of a gas cooling to form a liquid


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

The sun shines and the sea is heated

heat


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

The water evaporates and forms clouds

Evaporation


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

Condensation

As air rises it cools and condenses. It reaches the ground as rain, snow, sleet or hail.


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

Snow forms

Lakes form

The snow melts and flows

Rivers flow to the sea


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

The Water Cycle is complete


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

The sun shines and the sea is heated

heat


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

The water evaporates and forms clouds

Evaporation


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

Condensation

As air rises it cools and condenses. It reaches the ground as rain, snow, sleet or hail.


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

Snow forms

Lakes form

The snow melts and flows

Rivers flow to the sea


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

The Water Cycle is complete


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The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land

  • Questions

  • Where does the water come from?

  • What happens to it when the sun heats it up?

  • As the vapour rises what happens to it?

  • Where does it go then?

  • How does the water get back to the sea?


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