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Cute connection to writing with the water cycle! A story about how the water cycle and every element in it directly relates to your daily life.

Water Cycle Writing Book

Good way for students to organize their observations. Can be used alongside science observation notebooks or in place of for a weather unit.


Weather : All About Weather- Math, Literacy, and More

The Winter Water Cycle: puzzle

The Winter Water Cycle

One of our favorite water cycle illustrations, especially for younger students. The image of the sun's rays reaching down to draw up water is a great way to represent evaporation. It highlights the driving force of the sun.

Sweet Tea Classroom: 3-D Water Cycle Craft

Create a Water Cycle craft when you teach about the water cycle with this So Sweet Craft during your next weather unit. This craft is perfect to reinforce the topics taught during this science lesson and it works well as a science center too.

Water Cycle, thinking about learning this song to go along with a center idea for next week-making a water cycle bracelet?

I'm cutting it close with my last science unit this year. Only four days to go and I think we've wrapped up our water cycle study! I snapped.

My 6th graders love this song--they want me to play almost everyday. I challenge them to connect the song to the topic we are talking about, if they can, we watch the video and sing.

The Water Cycle Song We always sing this song during our meteorology classes. Uncle Dan hiding in the garbage can is the kids' favorite!

Third Grade Thinkers: The Life Cycle of a Snowman: A Water Cycle Review

Life cycle of a snowman, too cute it teaches the states of water: Condensation (clouds), precipitation (snow), melting (water), and evaporation (water vapor). Use shaved ice to make snowman

Mini Water Cycle  http://corkboardconnections.blogspot.com/2011/10/mini-water-cycle-fun.html

Hands-on Water Cycle Fun!

Corkboard Connections: Mini Water Cycle Fun using a rotisserie chicken container, rock, grass, and a pond made from aluminum foil filled with water