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Molly Q gives a comprehensive look at the water cycle for Elementary school student, while introducing environmental awareness. Near the North Pole Molly Q, a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years.

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Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

Molly Q gives a comprehensive look at the water cycle for Elementary school student, while introducing environmental awareness


Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

Near the North Pole Molly Q, a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years.


Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

One day as her frozen field crept slowly south, a chunk of ice splashed into the ocean with a thunderous crash. Suddenly Molly Q was carried away.


Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

The bright sun melted the large lump of ice as she floated along. Molly Q soon slipped into the salty sea.


Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

Molly Q passed many fantastic fish as she swirled along in the southern current. She also passed oodles of odd objects.

Do these items belong

In the ocean?


Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

After traveling a great distance, a large wave washed her ashore. She landed next to a cranky crab caught in some gooey gum.


The sun beat down upon the sandy shore soon molly q became light and floated into the sky

The sun beat down upon the sandy shore. Soon Molly Q became light and floated into the sky.


Joining a cloud climbing higher and higher more water joined her and the cloud became heavy

Joining a cloud climbing higher and higher. More water joined her and the cloud became heavy.


In time the cloud burst into a rain shower molly q fell from the sky just as the sun appeared

In time the cloud burst into a rain shower. Molly Q fell from the sky just as the sun appeared.


Landing on a soft leaf with a plop she slid by a colorful caterpillar

Landing on a soft leaf with a “plop”, she slid by a colorful caterpillar.


Molly q wiggled through the damp dirt squeezing between the rocks below

Molly Q wiggled through the damp dirt, squeezing between the rocks below.


Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

With a “ker-plunk”, she landed in a rocky underground waterway. She traveled a long way through the deep dark holes I the rock until she was sucked up into the roots of an old oak tree.


Molly q traveled up through the trunk moving minerals to the mighty oak s leaves

Molly Q traveled up through the trunk, moving minerals to the mighty oak’s leaves.


It was a hot dry day molly q cooled the leaf as she traveled through to the shiny surface

It was a hot dry day. Molly Q cooled the leaf as she traveled through to the shiny surface.


To be continued

To be continued….


Animated files

Animated Files

Condensation

Evaporation

Transpiration


Midwest book review

Midwest Book Review

  • Delightfully written and charmingly illustrated by Kristene Newcomb, "Molly Q's Trashy Travels through the Water Cycle" engagingly introduces elementary school students in kindergarten through the third grade to an environmental awareness of the importance of the water cycle. Molly Q is a water drop who travels from an icy glacier near the North Pole to an aquifer, then transpires through an oak tree, runs off into a storm drain, experiences herself as rain, hail and snow, and along the way encounters a variety of animal life. Molly Q's journey also deals with the phenomena of pollution. Nicely enhanced with the inclusion of a glossary of water cycle terms and a water cycle chart, "Molly Q's Trashy Travels through the Water Cycle" is an ideal addition to school and community library Environmental Studies collections for children, and highly recommended for home schooling curriculums as well.

  • Midwest Book Review’s September 2007 Edition of “Children’s Bookwatch”.


Near the north pole molly q a water drop lay frozen in a giant glacier for hundreds of years

To purchase the book or down load free coloring pages and other activities please visit my web site at:http://www.folsomfallsranch.com/Activities.htmThank you.Kristene [email protected]


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