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The Water Cycle
Transcript of The Water Cycle
Made By: Maria,Jacky,Robert,Jimena,Angelica
Wow! We know a lot about the water cycle, like the 4 main stages and their role. We also know that the cycle doesn't stop moving and that it's a system that recycles water. Last, but not least, we know that the water cycle can begin ta any stage and learned fun facts about it.
"How Does water change each day?"
Water changes every day by the water cycle's process, because when the water cycle is circulating, the water is getting recycled by it.
What do we know about the water cycle?
Fun facts about the water cycle!!!!
If you were wondering where we collected this information, we found it in our science notebook, our Water Cycle packet, and a few websites that helped us a lot too.
The water cycle has 4 main stages and they are........
What did we learn in our research?
Evaporation: is the process of becoming a vapor
Can the water cycle begin at any stage?
1. 75% of Earth is covered with water
2. Only 1% of water is available for drinking
3. 2% of water is frozen
4. Water is the only thing that can be gas, liquid, and a solid
The water cycle can start at any stage because it is always circling around. Also because if it were to start at a different stage, the process will be the same, even though it begins at a uncommon stage.
These 3 websites helped us collect our information from....
Evaporation works when the sun's heat energy warms the water found on Earth and turns it into vapor.
As we continue.....
Condensation: it is when a gas turns into tiny droplets.
Condensation occurs when the water vapor in the air cools down and turns into tiny droplets.
As we move on.....
Transpiration: is the process by which plants loose water out of their leaves
In addition, transpiration gives evaporation a bit of a hand in getting the water vapor back to the air.
Last, but not least.....
Precipitation: is when rain, snow, sleet, or hail falls down
Precipitation occurs when the clouds have collected to much water to hold and the water droplets fall from the sky as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.
We learned that the water cycle never stops, its a system that recycles water, and it always moves in a circulating movement.
Now, we will show you a very interesting video that will make you understand the water cycle better.