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  1. How I Use Water<br />By Marilee<br />Mrs. Wing’s class<br />
  2. I drink water to stay alive.<br />
  3. I use water to grow vegetables.<br />
  4. I use water to clean my body and clothes.<br />
  5. I love to play in water.<br />
  6. I love water!<br />
  7. Water<br />How much is there?<br />What kinds are there?<br />Where is it found?<br />The water cycle and more.<br />
  8. How Much is There?<br />Approximately three-fourths of the earth is water.<br />
  9. What kinds are there?<br />97% of the water is salt water, and is found in the oceans of the world.<br /><ul><li>3% of the water is fresh water on which we depend.</li></li></ul><li>Where is it found?<br />Water comes from several places.<br />Oceans<br />Lakes<br />Ponds<br />Rivers<br />
  10. The Water Cycle<br />
  11. Let’s discuss the vocabulary<br />Condensation – when warm air collides with cold air and droplets form.<br />Precipitation – droplets that after being condensed begin to fall to the earth in the form of rain, sleet, hail, glaze, or snow.<br />Erosion – the movement of soil by wind or water.<br />Melting – when a solid changes into a liquid.<br />Percolation – the movement of water through the soil.<br />Evaporation – The process of liquid water becoming vapor.<br />
  12. Let’s test your knowledge!<br />Are YOU ready?<br />Get Set…..<br />Let’s GO!!!!!!!<br />
  13. Label the parts of the water cycle<br />A<br />C<br />B<br />D<br />F<br />E<br />G<br />H<br />B<br />
  14. Vocabulary here we go!!!<br />What is condensation? <br />What is precipitation?<br />What is erosion?<br />What is melting?<br />What is percolation?<br />What is evaporation?<br />
  15. Answers to the Label the parts of the water cycle<br />
  16. Answers to the vocabulary quiz.<br />Condensation – when warm air collides with cold air and droplets form.<br />Precipitation – droplets that after being condensed begin to fall to the earth in the form of rain, sleet, hail, glaze, or snow.<br />Erosion – the movement of soil by wind or water.<br />Melting – when a solid changes into a liquid.<br />Percolation – the movement of water through the soil.<br />Evaporation – The process of liquid water becoming vapor.<br />

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