The Water CycleWhat is it and how does it work?
The Water Cycle                  CondensationWater Vapour                            Precipitation    Evaporation         ...
The water cycle begins with water. Water is found in many places. Someof them are:  Lakes, rivers, oceans, ponds, puddles,...
The next stage is evaporation. This is a process where the water is heatedand turned into a water vapour. The sun is the m...
The next stage is condensation. This is where warm and cold aircollide and form ice crystals that condense and form drople...
The next stage is precipitation. This is water falling to the earth in theform of snow, hail, rain, sleet, or glaze.
The next stage is collection. Finally, raindrops end up falling on a streamand then unto the river, which carries him back...
The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land
The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land        The sun shines and        the sea is heatedheat
The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land                          The water                    ...
The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land                     Condensation                As air...
The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land                                                       ...
The Water Cycle  Water is constantly moving between sea, air and landThe Water Cycle is complete
Now you’re ready for the   EXAMINATION! On the next page, complete the chart.
The Water Cycle Examination!                  ______________________________                              _______________ ...
The Water Cycle Answers!                 CondensationWater Vapor                                  Precipitation   Evaporat...
Water Cycle Song(to the tune of “She’ll Be Coming Around the Mountain”)Water travels in a cycle, yes it does.Use pointer f...
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  1. 1. The Water CycleWhat is it and how does it work?
  2. 2. The Water Cycle CondensationWater Vapour Precipitation Evaporation Collection Water
  3. 3. The water cycle begins with water. Water is found in many places. Someof them are: Lakes, rivers, oceans, ponds, puddles, reservoirs, and manyother places.
  4. 4. The next stage is evaporation. This is a process where the water is heatedand turned into a water vapour. The sun is the main heat source for thisprocess.
  5. 5. The next stage is condensation. This is where warm and cold aircollide and form ice crystals that condense and form droplets of water.These water droplets eventually become heavy and begin to fall in theform of precipitation.
  6. 6. The next stage is precipitation. This is water falling to the earth in theform of snow, hail, rain, sleet, or glaze.
  7. 7. The next stage is collection. Finally, raindrops end up falling on a streamand then unto the river, which carries him back to the ocean and this willhappen all over again -- this is called collection. It is important to add thatsome of the rain will fall on land and become ground water - the water we,animals, and plants use.
  8. 8. The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land
  9. 9. The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land The sun shines and the sea is heatedheat
  10. 10. The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land The water evaporates and forms clouds Evaporation
  11. 11. The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land Condensation As air rises it cools and condenses. It reaches the ground as rain, snow, sleet or hail.
  12. 12. The Water CycleWater is constantly moving between sea, air and land Snow forms Lakes form The snow ea es melts and th to flows w s flo v er Ri
  13. 13. The Water Cycle Water is constantly moving between sea, air and landThe Water Cycle is complete
  14. 14. Now you’re ready for the EXAMINATION! On the next page, complete the chart.
  15. 15. The Water Cycle Examination! ______________________________ _______________ _______________ ______________________ ________________
  16. 16. The Water Cycle Answers! CondensationWater Vapor Precipitation Evaporation Collection Water
  17. 17. Water Cycle Song(to the tune of “She’ll Be Coming Around the Mountain”)Water travels in a cycle, yes it does.Use pointer finger to draw large circle in air.Water travels in a cycle, yes it does.Repeat above motion.It goes up as evaporation,Raise arms at side with palms up.Forms clouds as condensation,Brings hands together above head, forming large cloud shape with arms.Then falls down as precipitation, yes it does.Slowly lower arms at side with palms down, fingers moving.

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