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1 Name __________________________ My Science Journal Water Inquiry

2 More Types of Water glass of water ice Pre-assessment prompt: What other types of water are there? Add ones you already know. Work by yourself. You may write words. You may draw pictures too.

3 I wonder... Sometimes it’s ice. Additional pre-assessment option: Work on your own. You may write words. You may draw pictures too. Sometimes it’s not. What other ways can water change?

4 Our inquiry question: What activities can we do in class to help us identify and describe all the different forms of water?

5 Explore

6 Investigate! What forms can water take?

7 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

8 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

9 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

10 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

11 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

12 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

13 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

14 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

15 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

16 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

17 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

18 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

19 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

20 Water Investigation Instructions: Look for water in these pictures. Use a word to name the water you see. Write down the word. Also write down words to describe the water you see.

21 Explain

22 When hot and cold, water takes many forms. Remember this big idea!

23 Water can change into different forms, and it’s still water. It’s amazing...

24 Elaborate

25 Have you noticed that some examples of water are alike? ice cubeshail

26 How are these alike? ice cubeshail

27 Let’s group examples of water by how they are alike.

28 This is called classifying.

29 You can place two or more examples in a group.

30 How would you classify these examples of water?

31 Cut out the pictures. Then classify them in a way that makes sense to you.

32 Make three groups of pictures that go together. Glue them to the paper. Water that is frozen. This is ice. Water that is not too hot and not too cold. This is liquid water. Water that can appear and disappear in the air. This is water vapor.

33 Why do these groups make sense? Water that is frozen. This is ice. Water that is not too hot and not too cold. This is liquid water. Water that can appear and disappear in the air. This is water vapor.

34 Remember, scientists make observations. When did we do this?

35 Scientists think about their observations. When did we do this?

36 Scientists learn from their observations. When did we do this?

37 Scientists enjoy thinking and learning about the world. How was learning about water enjoyable for you?

38 What have you learned?

39 Check that you can name and identify all the different types of water. rainiciclessnowmistfrozen pond cloudfogfrostsnowmanpuff of moist breath oceansteamhailice rinkwater drop icebergtearwaterfallpuddlemoisture on mirror hoarfrostsnow conerain cloudsnow flakesice on windshield dew

40 Check that you can classify water as ice, liquid water, or water vapor. ice (frozen water) liquid water water vapor

41 Check that you can state why water changes form. Water changes form when it gets hotter and colder.

42 Scientists learn by observing. Write how you enjoyed making observations when learning about water.

43 Image Sources Dew = Water drop = Ice water = Ice cube = Glass of water = Rain = Boy and umbrella = Snow = Snow = Snowman = Icicle = Icicle = Fog = Clouds = Hail= Fogged up window = Fogged up mirror = Waterfall = Puddle = Dripping icicle = https://hiddenimpressions.wordpress.com/page/4/https://hiddenimpressions.wordpress.com/page/4/


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