Cloud in a JarWater Cycle Demo
Clouds are formed when rising moist air cools. The water molecules condense aroundparticles of dust or smoke forming water droplets. In this demonstration, you will createa mini cloud in a glass jar using hot water, a lit match, and ice.
Investigating Condensation and the Water Cycle
What is condensation and where does it come from? This free Condensation Investigation is a great way for kids to answer those questions and learn about the water cycle!
Climate Comparison Charts
Cloud Viewer Card
Scientists classify clouds by theirheight (low, medium, or high), andby whether they are flat (stratus),puffy (cumulus), rain-filled (nimbus), ora combination of these characteristics.
Water Cycle Simulation Game Visuals
Water Cycle Sorting Activity and Quiz by Laura Candler | Teachers Pay Teachers
Water Cycle Sorting is an engaging review activity to help students distinguish between three confusing water cycle terms: precipitation, condensation, and evaporation. Students work with a partner or with a cooperative learning team to sort 16 task cards with real-world examples of those concepts into categories. Finally, students complete a review activity or quiz independently to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts. Student directions, a sorting mat, task cards, a 10-item quiz, and an answer keys are included.
Water Cycle Simulation Game Directions
Students play a game modeling the path that water takes through Earth:from the soil to rivers and lakes to clouds to the ocean and so on.
Weather Wiz Kids | Because weather is awesome
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Water Cycle - BrainPOP
Thirsty? In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby will show you how water moves around the world: From lakes and seas up into the atmosphere and back down to the ground. You’ll learn how water gets into the air and condenses to form clouds. How long has the water cycle been going on, and how much time does water spend in each part of it? Plus, discover what groundwater is and why we depend so much on it. Drink up!
Readers' Theater Script: Water Cycle - EnchantedLearning.com
Readers Theater Script: Water Cycle.
Water Cycle Task Cards by Laura Candler | Teachers Pay Teachers
Parts of the Water Cycle Task Cards includes a total of 32 unique task cards in PDF format with examples of water cycle concepts in everyday life. These task cards can be used for active engagement cooperative learning games, independent practice, or whole-class review. Both color and black and white versions are included. The product also includes a teachers' guide with tips for using the cards. In addition, you’ll find bonus images of the task cards you can use with the free online Plickers assessment program along with a tutorial explaining how to use them.
Weather Observation Chart
Versatiles Water Cycle Terminology
Condensation, Precipitation, or Evaporation?
Water in the AirExperiment