We follow the path of water from lakes and oceans to the sky and back again by creating our own water cycle diagrams.
Earth has a limited supply of water that is cycled over and over again. The water cycle is an important process on earth because living things, including animals and humans, need water to grow and survive. Water is used for drinking, growing food, providing habitat, generating electricity and more. The sun has been driving the water cycle on Earth for billions of years. The four main stages of the water cycle are evaporation, condensation, precipitation and runoff.
Taste, sight, touch, smell and sound. Explore our five senses and draw a picture of where rain comes from.
We learn the stages of the water cycle by making a mobile out of cotton balls, paper and string.
Predict, observe and learn with this mini water cycle experiment.
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