Water, Water, Everywhere and Always on the Move
The earth is constantly recycling its water supply. After the rain falls, and the soil absorbs as much as possible, the water evaporates back into the air. In this lesson, students will discover how much they know about the water cycle by conducting experiments involving the water cycle and visiting related Web sites.
Students will be able to:
Draw and label the water cycle.
Define the terms involved in the water cycle.
Explain the water cycle.
Conduct experiments involving the water cycle.
This lesson was developed by Betty Paulsell, a wNetSchool Master Teacher, and was funded by The Louis Calder Foundation.