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Water cycle and weather

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  • 1. WaterCycle
    and
    Weather
  • 2. Goal
    We understand the parts of the water cycle and how it creates weather on Earth
  • 3. Introduction
    The water cycle is the reason we have weather on earth.
  • 4. Water
  • 5. Water
  • 6. Solar Energy
    Energy from the sun that creates the water cycle and weather
  • 7. Solar Energy
  • 8. The Sun
  • 9. Evaporation
    Solar energy changes water to gas and sends it into the air
  • 10. Evaporation
  • 11. Transpiration
    Solar energy changes water to gas and sends it into the air
  • 12. Transpiration
  • 13. Condensation
    Gas in the air changes back into a liquid and forms a cloud.
  • 14. Condensation
  • 15. Fog
    When a cloud forms from condensation close to the ground
  • 16. Dew
    Water vapor condensation that forms when it’s cool
  • 17. Frost
    Water vapor condensation that forms when it’s very cold
  • 18. Question 1
    Name three types of condensation
    1.
    2.
    3.
  • 19. Precipitation
    Water collects in the cloud, becomes heavy, and falls
  • 20. Precipitation
  • 21. Rain
    Precipitation in the form of water drops
  • 22. Snow
    Precipitation in the form of frozen flakes of water
  • 23. Hail
    Precipitation in the form of frozen droplets of water
  • 24. Sleet
    Precipitation in the form of frozen rain mixed with snow
  • 25. Question 2
    Name three types of precipitation
    1.
    2.
    3.
  • 26. Water Cycle Review
  • 27. Question 3
    Puddles get smaller and smaller due to _________:
    evaporationcondensationprecipitation
  • 28. Question 4
    Water vapor turning back to a liquid is ____________.
    evaporationcondensationprecipitation
  • 29. Question 5
    Rain falling from the sky is ____________.
    evaporationcondensationprecipitation
  • 30. The Water Cycle
    All water on earth goes from Earth to the sky and back down again, over and over forever.
  • 31. The Water Cycle
    Condensation
  • 32. The Water Cycle
  • 33. The Water Cycle
  • 34. Question 6
    Describe the three parts of the water cycle:
    1.
    2.
    3.
  • 35. Evaporation Experiment
    Directions
    Partly fill the plastic cups with water so that they both have the same level of water.
    Mark the levels with the marker.
    Seal one of the cups with plastic wrap.
    Leave it for a day. Look at both cups and mark where the water levels are.
    Do this for a few more days, marking the levels each day and noting any change.
    Materials
    1. 2 clear plastic cups
    2. Felt marker
    3. Clear plastic wrap
    4. Water
  • 36. Storms
  • 37. Tornado
    A violent, dangerous column of spinning air formed by combining storms over land
  • 38. Tornado
  • 39. Hurricane
    A violent, dangerous spinning storm formed over the ocean
  • 40. Hurricane
  • 41. Flood
    When it rains an large amount in a short period of time and can cause destruction
  • 42. Flood
  • 43. New Orleans
  • 44. Blizzard
    A violent, dangerous winter storm with high winds and lots of snow and ice
  • 45. Blizzard
  • 46. Storms Review
  • 47. Question 7
    List three ways weather can become dangerous
    1.
    2.
    3.