Discover the ways water moves around our planet, and investigate the ways humans affect the water cycle! Plus, observe and measure water cycle processes with DIY hands-on science experiments!
Age group: My units are ideal for mixed-age group classrooms and homeschool. This unit is best suited to mid-elementary school through early high school.
Materials Included (16 PDF pages total)
•Water cycle diagram and blank student sheet
•Reusable labeling tiles
•10 vocab flashcards
•Evaporation science at-home lab
•Precipitation science at-home lab
•Infiltration science at-home lab
•Lab observation sheets
•Human impacts questions and activity
•Instructor answer key for reflection questions
+ Free bonus online materials:
•Background water cycle information, plus print a water cycle visualization lab and a free saving water bingo game- click here.
→These materials and all artwork within are for personal and single classroom use only. Do not sell, redistribute, share, or alter these materials. These materials may be printed for personal and single classroom use as many times as you like.
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→ This is an instant PDF download, no physical items will be shipped.
→ 1-sided printing on 8.5-inch by 11-inch paper is recommended. Larger paper may affect image quality.
→ Any props or books in product photos are for staging purposes only and are not included in the purchase.
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→The activities in this pack should be completed with adult supervision. Outdoor activities may involve certain risks including but not limited to trips/falls, exposure to the elements, wildlife, etc. Do not complete the outdoor activities in unsafe areas or conditions (steep terrain, bad weather, etc.).
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