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WATER CYCLE Read each slide. Look at each picture. Answer each question.
We can survive on Earth because of water.
The water in LAKES,
Water in RIVERS,
Water in the OCEANS.
More than 70% of the Earths surface is water.
Earths water is being constantly RECYCLED through the WATER CYCLE!
This picture shows what happens to water every day. This is called the water cycle.
Find the arrows that point UP. The heat from the sun causes the water to evaporate.
The evaporated water is called vapor and it makes clouds, lots and lots of clouds.
As the clouds fill with water they get darker. When they get too heavy to hold any more water the water falls from the sky.
Sometimes it falls as rain. Millions of drops of rain.
Sometimes it falls back to the Earth as snow.
Rain and snow are called precipitation.
Look at the arrows pointing DOWN. They show the rain and snow that falls from the sky back to the Earth.
The rain and snow will find their way into rivers, lakes, streams and oceans.
The heat from the sun will heat the water and make it evaporate.
The cycle begins again and again, forever and ever.
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