5th grade ch. 7 lesson 3 what is the water cycle
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  • 1. Ch. 7 Lesson 3 What is the water cycle?
  • 2. water vapor gas in form of water invisible gas
  • 3. air pressure pressure of gas particles against another object pushes in all directions
  • 4. air pressure decreases as you move higher in atmosphere
  • 5. water cycle repeated movement of water thru. environment in different forms affected by temp, pressure, wind & elevation
  • 6. water cycle precipitation storage condensation evaporation
  • 7. evaporation liquid water  water vapor
  • 8. Evaporation video clip
  • 9. condensation water vapor  liquid water (water droplets in clouds or dew)
  • 10. Condensation video clip
  • 11. precipitation water falls from clouds- rain, snow, sleet or hail
  • 12. sublimation ice  water vapor w/out melting runoff water  moving downhill frost water vapor  ice crystals w/out forming liquid water
  • 13. Magic School Bus Water Cycle video clip
  • 14. Water Cycle online activity
  • 15. Water Cycle Song
  • 16. Name that part of the water cycle
  • 17. dew water vapor  liquid water (forms from condensation)
  • 18. condensation water vapor  liquid water
  • 19. runoff water moving downhill
  • 20. precipitation (rain) water falls from clouds
  • 21. sublimation ice  water vapor w/out melting
  • 22. frost water vapor  ice crystals w/out forming liquid water
  • 23. evaporation liquid water  water vapor