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  • 1. Sometimes drawing a picture helps you organize your thoughts about a reading. This is called a graphic organizer. Read about the water cycle .Where does rain come from? Water travels in a cycle . Water in lakes, rivers,streams, and oceans evaporates when heated by the sun. It becomes watervapor. The water vapor rises to the sky and forms clouds. The rain falls fromthe clouds. Rainwater collects in lakes, rivers, streams, and the ocean. Thenthe cycle begins again. Now draw a simple picture that shows the cycle you read about in the paragraph.Draw the ocean and the clouds. Draw arrows to show how the water vapor rises to theclouds and the rainwater falls back into the ocean. Label all of the parts of your picture .

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