Water Cycle

Dr. Wise

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identify the basic features of the water cycle and describe the water cycle's importance to life on earth.

Lesson Opening Activity:

1. Brainstorm on what the water cycle is with your group.

2. One person from the table write down what the group said about the water cycle. Use a digital sticky note. Post your answer on the Lino.

Student Directions: Become a Water Cycle Expert!!!

1. Watch the video and explore the links on the water cycle and take notes on a paper plate about the water cycle, and on how the water cycle is important to life on earth

2. Play the water cycle game

3. Complete one Flocabulary Assignment on the Water Cycle

4. Create a digital presentation about the water cycle, explain why the water cycle is important to life on Earth, and add three facts about the water cycle that you found interesting

Water Cycle Notes: (your notes must include the following)

1. Condensation

2. Precipitation

3. Evaporation

4. Water Cycle Importance

5. Three facts about the water cycle that are interesting

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Flocabulary Assignments:

1. Watch the video on the water cycle.

2. Pick one assignment to test what your learned about the water cycle: take the quiz, do the vocabulary cards, or do the read and respond

Flocabulary Assignments

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Water Cycle Digital Presentation Assignment:

Directions:

1. Create a buncee, smore, padlet, or lino to showcase what you learned about the water cycle.

2. You must include the following water cycle words: evaporation, condensation, precipitation (make sure you tell what each word means)

3. You must tell why the water cycle is important to life on earth

4. Include pictures of the water cycle

5. Include three facts that you found interesting about the water cycle

6. Use the links below as resources to learn more and add to your digital presentation about the water cycle.

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Water Cycle Resources

1. Use the links below to learn more about the water cycle. Use the information in your digital presentation.
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