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The Sun and The Water Cycle Grades 3-5
Star A ball of gas in space
Sun Star at the center of the Solar System that supplies heat and light to Earth Powers the water cycle!
Cycle A set of events that repeat itself over time.
Continuous Never Stopping
Ocean Large body of saltwater that covers 75% of Earth
Water Cycle Changes to water when it evaporates into the air, condenses into clouds, and then precipitates back down to Earth.
Evaporation Physical change in matter from liquid to a gas
Condensation Physical change in matter from gas to a liquid Moisture in the air cools and condenses and forms clouds
Precipitation Rain, Snow, Sleet, Hail that falls from clouds in the sky
Transpiration Water evaporates from leaves of plants
Run-Off When precipitation falls water runs off mountains, hills, and down valleys
Groundwater Precipitation that falls back onto the land
Accumulation Precipitation that accumulates back into the ocean, rivers, lakes, and streams.
Most of the water that evaporates into the sky is saltwater. Why doesn’t it rain saltwater? Let’s set up an experiment to test our question.
The Water Cycle.
THE WATER CYCLE Water moves from the oceans to the atmosphere, from the atmosphere to the land, and from the land back to the oceans.
The Water Cycle Step 1 - Moisture condenses in the sky to form clouds.
The Water Cycle Page 101. The Water Cycle -include the following terms on your water cycle poster! Hydrosphere - all the waters on Earth Evaporation.
Ch. 13: The Water Cycle Vocabulary:
Warm Up: What are the steps of the Water Cycle?. This might help you remember it…
Water, water everywhere?
Warm ups? 1.Have you ever heard of the water cycle? 2.Does water get recycled in the environment? 3.What is a cloud?
The Water Cycle Review.
The Water Cycle Water has been around for MANY years.
THE WATER CYCLE 4-4.1Summarize the processes of the water cycle (including evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff).
The Water Cycle Wind Condensation Precipitation Runoff Collection Review Evaporation.
The Water Cycle By Mrs. C. Cook water cycle- water is constantly being cycled through the atmosphere, ocean, and land. -is driven by energy from the.
By Danielle Cavanaugh. Key Vocabulary Words Evaporation Condensation Precipitation Run-off.
WHAT IS THE WATER CYCLE? Water is always moving between the atmosphere (troposphere) and surface of Earth. Water is always moving between the atmosphere.
Water cycle is a very simple process and is also called the ‘Hydrologic cycle’. Water cycle provides us with freshwater continuously. The cycle keeps.
The Sun and The Water Cycle Grades 3-5. Water Cycle Changes to water when it evaporates into the air, condenses into clouds, and then precipitates back.
The Water Cycle By Christine Ward. The Water Cycle Water never leaves the Earth. It is constantly being cycled through the atmosphere, ocean, and land.
The Water Cycle Liz Whitman Jessica Zavodnik. The Water Cycle The water cycles is a process that is constantly recycling the Earth’s supply of water The.
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