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The Water Cycle Wind Condensation Precipitation Runoff Collection Review Evaporation
BACK Sun shines on water Water is heated Water turns into vapor Vapor enters the air
Condensation BACK Water vapor cools Condenses into droplets Droplets create clouds
Wind BACK Wind moves clouds to new places
Precipitation BACK Air cannot hold more water Water falls to the ground Rain, snow, sleet, hail
Runoff BACK Rain falls to ground Runs downhill Travels to new places
Collection BACK Collects Lakes, rivers, oceans Groundwater
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