Water is all around us and it’s the most important natural resource for humans. We cannot survive more than 3 days without water and it’s important that our kids know how to protect this resource.
The water cycle ensures that we have a constant supply of fresh water. You can see how water transforms and goes from our lakes to the clouds and comes back down as rain or snow when the temperatures are below freezing.
Talk to your kids about water conservation and how pollution can affect our water resources.
Water Cycle Worksheets Supplies
- Printer (I have this one and I love it!)
The water cycle can be filled in with a pencil or they can cut and paste the words into the blank spots.
To extend this activity, create your own water cycle bag experiment, it’s a super simple science experiment that will show how water transforms into different states. The water begins to turn into water vapor as it heats up. Head outdoors and set up your own rain gauge to measure the amount of water that hits the ground when it rains next. There are so many ways to explore the water with your kids.
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