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By Carina Cole
Things to know about water…
Properties of water
The Living Environment
Energy & Motion
Properties of water
Students can observe the adhesive
 and cohesive properties of water.
Water is the only substance on
...
Water is adhesive
 Water is attracted to some things.
   Paper towels
       Water can move up a paper towel
   Glass
...
Water is cohesive
Water is attracted to itself.
Water can stick together.
Water droplets are attracted to
 each other.
...
Water is a gas
Water as a gas can be called…
  Fog
  Mist
  Vapor
  Steam
Water is a liquid
Rain is a form of water as a liquid.
Water can form into droplets.
Water can flow.
Water is a solid
Water as a solid is known as…
  Ice
  Snow
Question 1
What are the      Click here for
 three different    answer
 forms of
 water?                  Answer
The Living Environment
Water makes our planet uniquely
 habitable.
All living things need water to
 survive.
  Plants
 ...
Plants need water
 All plants need water to survive.
 Some plants live in the water.
 Some plants need a lot of water t...
Animals need water
 All animals need water to survive.
 Some animals live in the water.
 Some animals need a lot of wat...
Question 2
What do all     Click here for
 living things    answer
 need to
 survive?              Answer
Energy & Motion
The ability to do work is called
 energy.
Energy is used to do work.
The motion of water can be used to...
Harnessing the power of water
Waterwheel
Hydroelectric
Mills
Question 3
What are       Click here for
 some ways to    answer
 harness the
 power of
                      Answer
 wa...
Resources
 Colley, K. E. (2006). Understanding Ecology
  Content Knowledge & Acquiring Science
  Process Skills. Science ...
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  1. 1. By Carina Cole
  2. 2. Things to know about water… Properties of water The Living Environment Energy & Motion
  3. 3. Properties of water Students can observe the adhesive and cohesive properties of water. Water is the only substance on Earth that naturally occurs in three different forms.  Gas  Solid  Liquid
  4. 4. Water is adhesive  Water is attracted to some things.  Paper towels  Water can move up a paper towel  Glass  Plastic  Water does not stick to some things  Grease  Prevents ducks from getting wet in water  Wax  Oil
  5. 5. Water is cohesive Water is attracted to itself. Water can stick together. Water droplets are attracted to each other. Cohesive property causes water to flow without breaking apart.
  6. 6. Water is a gas Water as a gas can be called…  Fog  Mist  Vapor  Steam
  7. 7. Water is a liquid Rain is a form of water as a liquid. Water can form into droplets. Water can flow.
  8. 8. Water is a solid Water as a solid is known as…  Ice  Snow
  9. 9. Question 1 What are the Click here for three different answer forms of water? Answer
  10. 10. The Living Environment Water makes our planet uniquely habitable. All living things need water to survive.  Plants  Animals
  11. 11. Plants need water  All plants need water to survive.  Some plants live in the water.  Some plants need a lot of water to survive.  Some plants survive on little water for long periods of time.  Plants take in water through their root system.
  12. 12. Animals need water  All animals need water to survive.  Some animals live in the water.  Some animals need a lot of water to survive.  Some animals can survive without water for long periods of time.  Animals intake water through drinking.
  13. 13. Question 2 What do all Click here for living things answer need to survive? Answer
  14. 14. Energy & Motion The ability to do work is called energy. Energy is used to do work. The motion of water can be used to do work, thus creating energy!
  15. 15. Harnessing the power of water Waterwheel Hydroelectric Mills
  16. 16. Question 3 What are Click here for some ways to answer harness the power of Answer water?
  17. 17. Resources  Colley, K. E. (2006). Understanding Ecology Content Knowledge & Acquiring Science Process Skills. Science Activities , 26-33.  Dana, R. K. (1997). Contextualized Science For Teaching Science & Technology. Interchange , 121-144.  Google Images Search  Morgan, K. A. (2008, December). The Wonder of Water. Science and Children , 16-18.
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