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Water Cycle Chapter Review Science Ms. Marku
Fill in the blank The process in which water particles change from a liquid to a gas is called ________. Evaporation Condensation Precipitation
Fill in the blanks Water evaporates from Earth’s ________ and _________. land water surfaces groundwater sun
Water vapor is a(n) _______ gas. Visible Invisible
High in the atmosphere, water vapor particles move_________ because it is cold. slowly fast
These water vapor particles lose heat energy, slow down, and _______. Condense Evaporate Precipitate
Fill in the blank. Tiny droplets of condensed water in the atmosphere form __________. Rain Clouds Water vapor
Fill in the blank Rain, snow, hail, and sleet are forms of _________. Evaporation Precipitation Condensation
Fill in the blank The form in which precipitation falls depends on_______________. Temperature Shape Distance
Fill in the blank Most precipitation falls into the _________. Lakes Oceans Pools
Fill in the blank The never-ending movement of water through evaporation, condensation, and precipitation is called the ________. Water process water cycle Water movement
True or false? The order of water cycle process is: Evaporation Runoff Condensation Precipitation
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