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Study Guide Game Cards The Water Cycle
Quiz Card One What do you call it when water is turned into water vapor?
Answer Quiz Card One Evaporation
Quiz Card Two What do you call the process where plants release water vapor into the air during photosynthesis ?
Answer Quiz Card Two Transpiration
Quiz Card Three What do you call water that turns into a gas?
Answer Quiz Card Three Water vapor
Quiz Card Four What do you call the process where water vapor turns back into water?
Answer Quiz Card Four Condensation
Quiz Card Five What is formed when water vapor condenses on millions of tiny dust particles in the sky?
Clouds Answer Quiz Card Five
Quiz Card Six What do you call it when water, as a liquid or a solid, falls from the sky?
Answer Quiz Card Six Precipitation
Quiz Card Seven What do you call the rain that flows down over the earth into streams, rivers, and finally the ocean?
Run off Answer Quiz Card Seven
Quiz Card Eight What natural disaster happens when the Earth is unable to absorb all the run off?
Answer Quiz Card Eight Floods
Quiz Card Nine What do you call the forms of precipitation that are frozen?
Snow, sleet and hail. Answer Quiz Card Nine
Quiz Card Ten What do you call the condensation that is found on the ground in the morning when the temperature is above freezing?
Answer Quiz Card Ten Dew
Quiz Card Eleven What do you call the condensation you find on the ground when it is below freezing?
Frost Answer Quiz Card Eleven
Quiz Card Twelve What do you call the water that is stored under the ground? Remember that wells tap into this water.
Answer Quiz Card Twelve Groundwater
Quiz Card Thirteen Sometimes water can be contaminated. Where can the water be cleaned for use?
Answer Quiz Card Thirteen A water treatment plant.
Quiz Card Fourteen Sometimes people will block a river to capture water. What is the structure called that holds back the water?
Answer Quiz Card Fourteen A dam
Quiz Card Fifteen What do you call the water that is held back by a dam?
Answer Quiz Card Fifteen A reservoir
Quiz Card Sixteen What do you call the entire process that includes evaporation, condensation, and precipitation?
The water cycle. Answer Quiz Card Sixteen
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