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Transcript of Water Cycle
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Page 366-367 in science book. What is the WATER CYCLE? clouds Cirrus Clouds- Highest clouds. They look like wisps of hair. They do not produce precipitation. what is weather? Storm Safety Temperature Thermometers Condensation Precipitation Evaporation The movement of water from Earth's land, through rivers toward the ocean, to the air, and back to the land. Experiment! Name 3 types
of precipitation TICKET OUT! http://www.weatherwizkids.com/experiments-make-rain.htm Experiment! http://apps.southeastwater.com.au/games/se-water-cycle.swf The process by which water vapor changes into liquid water http://techalive.mtu.edu/meec/module01/EvaporationandTranspiration.htm Evaporation: The process by which liquid changes into water vapor. Circle words that have to do with water and the water cycle, and explain them. Drawing the WATER CYCLE Cloud in a bottle Cumulus clouds- Lower than Cirrus clouds. They look puffy. Cumulus clouds can bring strong storms with rain and hail. Cumulonimbus- Low clouds whose tops rise up like mountains. These and thunderstorm clouds with heavy rain. Stratus Clouds- Lowest clouds. They look like sheets pr layers. they usually bring rain, sleet, or snow. weather is what is happening in the atmosphere at a certain place and time. severe weather What is it? Hurricanes and floods Hurricanes are the largest storms on earth! They form over oceans when the water is warm. Hurricanes can cause tornadoes and thunderstorms to form. Conditions:
74 mph winds The eye of the storm is calm and still. Happen when a lot of rain falls in a short amount of time. Tornadoes Spinning column of air that touches the ground. Tornadoes happen in some strong thunderstorms. Conditions:
Rain and hail
Generally warm weather
Very strong winds up to 310 mph Where is Tornado Ally? About 770 tornadoes occur in the unite states every year What is Tornado Alley? http://www.mathsisfun.com/measure/thermometer.html The measure of how hot or cold something is. http://www.beaconlearningcenter.com/WebLessons/HotStuff/default.htm#pagef http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-3/read-a-thermometer http://www.math-aids.com/cgi/pdf_viewer_6.cgi?script_name=measurement_reading_thermometers.pl&scale=0&kind=0&language=0&memo=&answer=1&x=134&y=26