What Do You Know about the Water Cycle?

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The 2 questions in this volume give kids a thorough tour through the water cycle. The questions and their answers also explain related topics such as the difference between freshwater and saltwater, and the causes and effects of water pollution. This is a wonderful resource for reports and for building a vocabulary of scientific terms.
Water Cycle Activity Pages. Print these out and use them as posters or coloring pages. Sheets 2 thru 4 have some suggested activities you can do at home to demonstrate the Water Cycle.
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AUTHOR Jillian Gosman
FILENAME What Do You Know about the Water Cycle?.pdf
PUBLISH DATE 15 Jul 2013

Earth Floor: Cycles - The Center for Educational Technologies

The rivers and streams also get water from melting mountain snow, and rivers ultimately flow into the oceans — and the cycle continues. Most of the earth's water is underground in the tiny cracks and spaces in the rocks and soil.

How to Cycle a Fish Tank (with Pictures) - wikiHow

I haven't specifically taught about the Earth's water, but I do know a few activities that might fit into this category. For the water cycle, make a water cycle in a box (or bottle). You need a clear container that can be sealed airtight.


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