The Water Cycle By: Kelli Williams A Mini Lesson On…
Evaporation Condensation Precipitation Collection Steps of the Water Cycle Click on each step to learn more! Think you’ve got it? Try the quiz and see! ↓
Water turns into vapor or steam and goes into the air in what step of the water cycle? A) Collection B) Precipitation C) Evaporation Water vapor and steam changes into a liquid and forms clouds during collection. TrueTrue or FalseFalse Clouds get too heavy with condensation and water falls back to the ground during ________. A) Evaporation B) Precipitation C) Condensation Thank You! Click here when finished. ↓
Collection is when precipitation reaches earth and collects into oceans, lakes, rivers or onto land.
Evaporation is when the sun heats up the water in oceans, lakes, rivers or streams and turns it into vapor or steam. Then the vapor or steam goes into the air to form clouds.
Precipitation is when clouds get too heavy with condensation and water falls out of the cloud and back to the ground in different forms like rain, sleet, snow or hail.
Condensation is when the vapor or steam reaches the air and gets cold. Then the vapor or steam changes back into a liquid and forms clouds.
My name is Kelli Williams and I’m a senior here at Western Michigan University. After I graduate I would like to get my masters in counseling. I work at Hardings and when I’m not in class or at work I enjoy outdoor activities and hanging out with my family and friends. I love animals, traveling and shopping. My sisters and I Left to Right: Sara, Sheri, Me
Condensation Once the water vapor reaches the air it gets cold and changes back into a liquid and forms clouds. The same thing happens when you are done with your shower and the mirror is cloudy with fog.