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How does water changes?

Water moves from the Earth’s
surface to the Atmosphere, then
it moves back to the surface.
 Wate...
Evaporation

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During Evaporation
• Water turns from a liquid to a gas.

• Water moves from rivers and lakes into the
atmosphere in the f...
Liquid to a Gas

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Condensation
•To know that
condensation is the
process of gas cooling to
form a liquid
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So what is
Condensation?
•Condensation is a process, a
change
•It’s the cooling process that
changes gas into a liquid
•It...
Bathroom mirror
•After a shower your
bathroom is filled with
steam (water vapour) from
the hot water.
•When it hits the co...
Freezing
•The process of liquid
cooling to form a solid

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The Water Cycle
Water never leaves the Earth. It is constantly
being cycled through the atmosphere, ocean,
and land. This process, known a...
Evaporation
• Heat energy from the sun causes water in
puddles, streams, rivers, seas or lakes to
change from a liquid to ...
“Evaporation”
The conversion of water from a liquid to a gas

Solar energy drives evaporation of water from the ocean.
The...
The process of evaporation from plants is
called transpiration. (In other words, it’s like
plants sweating.)
Transpiration
• Transpiration is the process by which
plants lose water out of their leaves.
• Transpiration gives evapora...
Condensation
• Water vapor collects in clouds. As the
clouds cool the water vapor
condenses into water drops.
• This is ca...
“Condensation”

The transformation of water vapor back into liquid water by cooling

Evaporated water is warmed and rises ...
Precipitation
• Water falls to the earth from

clouds. Mainly as rain, but
sometimes as snow and hail.
• This is called pr...
“Precipitation”

Rain, hail, or snow falling from the clouds
due to the condensation of water

When clouds become very hea...
“Accumulation”
The collection of precipitation into rivers, lakes, and oceans.

This completes the water cycle!
When rain falls on the land, some of the water is
absorbed into the ground forming pockets of water
called groundwater. Mo...
This is the water cycle!
condensation

transpiration
evaporation

accumulation

precipitation
Clouds

- Groups of water vapor together form the
clouds.
- There are three types of clouds:
1) Cumulus.
2) Stratus.
3) Ci...
(1) Cumulus clouds

• -Puffy & white clouds that look like
cotton balls.
• -They often have a flat bottom.
• -This kind of...
(2) Stratus clouds

• -Clouds form in layers.
• -The layers look like sheets or blankets.
• -They are often the lowest clo...
(3) Cirrus clouds

• -Clouds look thin, wispy or feathery.
• -They are made of tiny bits of ice.
• -Cirrus clouds are usua...
PRECIPITATION

Hail

Rain

Sleet

Snow
Rain
• It's the liquid form of the rain.
Sleet
• Sometimes rain falls from clouds as liquid
but freezes along the way.
• -The rain turns into flakes of ice.
• -Thi...
Hail
• It is made of ice too.
• -The ice chunks are much larger

than sleet.
• -They are formed inside the tall
clouds of ...
Snow
• When water reaches a temperature

below 0˚C, it freezes into ice.
• -Bits of ice collect into a cloud, when they
ge...
How is water recycled
How is water recycled
How is water recycled
How is water recycled
How is water recycled
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  1. 1. How does water changes? Water moves from the Earth’s surface to the Atmosphere, then it moves back to the surface.  Water changes states “forms” as it moves. 
  2. 2. Evaporation Copyright of www.makemegenius.com, for more videos ,visit us.
  3. 3. During Evaporation • Water turns from a liquid to a gas. • Water moves from rivers and lakes into the atmosphere in the form of water vapor. • Water vapor forms clouds. Copyright of www.makemegenius.com, for more videos ,visit us.
  4. 4. Liquid to a Gas Copyright of www.makemegenius.com, for more videos ,visit us.
  5. 5. Condensation •To know that condensation is the process of gas cooling to form a liquid Copyright of www.makemegenius.com, for more videos ,visit us.
  6. 6. So what is Condensation? •Condensation is a process, a change •It’s the cooling process that changes gas into a liquid •It is the opposite of evaporation. more videos ,visit us. Copyright of www.makemegenius.com, for
  7. 7. Bathroom mirror •After a shower your bathroom is filled with steam (water vapour) from the hot water. •When it hits the cold glass of the mirror it turns back to water and forms tiny droplets H e l l o ! Copyright of www.makemegenius.com, for more videos ,visit us.
  8. 8. Freezing •The process of liquid cooling to form a solid Copyright of www.makemegenius.com, for more videos ,visit us.
  9. 9. The Water Cycle
  10. 10. Water never leaves the Earth. It is constantly being cycled through the atmosphere, ocean, and land. This process, known as the water cycle, is driven by energy from the sun. The water cycle is important to the existence of life on our planet.
  11. 11. Evaporation • Heat energy from the sun causes water in puddles, streams, rivers, seas or lakes to change from a liquid to a water vapor. • This is called evaporation. • The vapor rises into the air and collects in clouds.
  12. 12. “Evaporation” The conversion of water from a liquid to a gas Solar energy drives evaporation of water from the ocean. The evaporated water changes from a liquid form into water vapor a gaseous form.
  13. 13. The process of evaporation from plants is called transpiration. (In other words, it’s like plants sweating.)
  14. 14. Transpiration • Transpiration is the process by which plants lose water out of their leaves. • Transpiration gives evaporation a bit of a hand in getting the water vapor back up into the air.
  15. 15. Condensation • Water vapor collects in clouds. As the clouds cool the water vapor condenses into water drops. • This is called condensation. • These drops fall to the earth as rain, snow or hail.
  16. 16. “Condensation” The transformation of water vapor back into liquid water by cooling Evaporated water is warmed and rises into the air where it eventually cools and condenses to form clouds.
  17. 17. Precipitation • Water falls to the earth from clouds. Mainly as rain, but sometimes as snow and hail. • This is called precipitation.
  18. 18. “Precipitation” Rain, hail, or snow falling from the clouds due to the condensation of water When clouds become very heavy with With enough condensed water is released condensed water, the water, you get rain! in the form of rain, hail, or snow.
  19. 19. “Accumulation” The collection of precipitation into rivers, lakes, and oceans. This completes the water cycle!
  20. 20. When rain falls on the land, some of the water is absorbed into the ground forming pockets of water called groundwater. Most groundwater eventually returns to the ocean. Other precipitation runs directly into streams or rivers. Water that collects in rivers, streams, and oceans is called runoff.
  21. 21. This is the water cycle! condensation transpiration evaporation accumulation precipitation
  22. 22. Clouds - Groups of water vapor together form the clouds. - There are three types of clouds: 1) Cumulus. 2) Stratus. 3) Cirrus.
  23. 23. (1) Cumulus clouds • -Puffy & white clouds that look like cotton balls. • -They often have a flat bottom. • -This kind of clouds produces precipitation.
  24. 24. (2) Stratus clouds • -Clouds form in layers. • -The layers look like sheets or blankets. • -They are often the lowest clouds in the sky. • -Fog is a stratus cloud. • - Stratus clouds can form precipitation.
  25. 25. (3) Cirrus clouds • -Clouds look thin, wispy or feathery. • -They are made of tiny bits of ice. • -Cirrus clouds are usually found very high in the sky
  26. 26. PRECIPITATION Hail Rain Sleet Snow
  27. 27. Rain • It's the liquid form of the rain.
  28. 28. Sleet • Sometimes rain falls from clouds as liquid but freezes along the way. • -The rain turns into flakes of ice. • -This type of rain is sleet.
  29. 29. Hail • It is made of ice too. • -The ice chunks are much larger than sleet. • -They are formed inside the tall clouds of thunderstorm. • -Some are the size of peas, some are bigger than baseballs.
  30. 30. Snow • When water reaches a temperature below 0˚C, it freezes into ice. • -Bits of ice collect into a cloud, when they get too heavy, they fall as snow.

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