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  • 1. Fluid Earth Water, Water, Everywhere! Mrs. McClure 2nd Grade  @simonds, “Lake Michigan Waves” Taken on August 14th 2007, via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.
  • 2. Water Cycle Most of our Earth is covered in water, but it doesn’t just stay there. Where does it go? @NASAGoddardSpacePhotoandVideo “Earth From Space” October 17th, 2000 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.
  • 3. Brain Pop Video-Water Cycle  Watch water cycle video to learn about the water cycle!  You will need to enter our school username and password. Water Cycle Video
  • 4. PowerPoint Task In your science notebook: 1. Record song in notebook 2. Click on water cycle vocabulary words from water cycle picture in order. 3. Write and draw what the words mean 4. Click “Back” to see water cycle picture again and click on a new word!
  • 5. Water Cycle Song Tune of “She’ll Be Coming Around the Mountain” Record song in your science notebook: Water travels in a cycle, yes it does (use pointer finger to make a big circle) Water travels in a cycle, yes it does (repeat finger circle) It goes up as evaporation (moves hands up to the sky) Forms clouds as condensation (make a cloud overhead with arms) Then comes down as precipitation, yes it does! Song found from: Mrs. Lirette’s Learning
  • 6. The Water Cycle Precipitation Runoff Condensation Evaporation 5.Lake Collection 1. 2. 3. 4.
  • 7. Evaporation •The sun heats up the water. •Water evaporates the lake and goes into air as water vapor •Can’t see water vapor, but it is all around us Photo Flicker sfgamchick Back@sfgamchick “Lake Michigan” August 8th, 2007 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.
  • 8. Condensation •Water in the air cools •Little water vapors turns into tiny water droplets •Water droplets go together forms into clouds Photo Flicker xray10 Back @xray10 “Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore” August 25th, 2010 via Flicker, Creative Commons Attribute.
  • 9. Precipitation •Clouds can’t hold the water •Water falls to the ground •Rain, snow, hail or sleet drops @Lab2112, Finally, it Snowed” January 18th, 2007 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution. @AlexRX “Rain”, November 21, 2007 via Flicker, Creative Commons Attribution. Back
  • 10. Runoff Rain falls to ground Runs down mountains and hills Goes to new places . Back @mamboman1 “Waterfall” May 18th, 2007 via Flicker, Creative Commons Attribution.
  • 11. Collection  Water collects and stays in:  Lakes  Rivers  Oceans  Ground water @larrysphat, M-22 Crossing Glen Lake, October 11th, 2008 via Flicker, Creative Commons Attribution. Back
  • 12. Water goes around and around  When the water is collected the process is started all over again! @DevinHunt, “Water Cycle” December 7, 2009 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.
  • 13. Interactive Water Cycle  Click on the link below to go to an interactive water cycle site.  Interactive Water Cycle
  • 14. Water Cycle Board  While discovering water cycles, we will create a bulletin board sharing what the water cycle looks like in our community! @GlobalWaterPartnership “Water Cycle” April 28th 2007 via Flikr, Creative Commons Attribution.
  • 15. 2nd Graders Explaining the Water Cycle Water Cycle Stop Motion We will also create a stop motion explanation of the water cycle on our iPads. Watch another 2nd grade class and their water cycle stop motion!
  • 16. Water Cycle  I hope you had lots of fun exploring the water cycle! @DevinHunt, “Water Cycle” December 7, 2009 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.