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These digital science activities will give students a of better understanding of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. These resources are 100% online and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This Google Slides resource also includes an answer key.
This product includes:
♥ Short answer: Brainstorm examples of cycles
♥ Drag-&-drop: match definitions with vocabulary (cycle, the sun, water cycle, evaporation, condensation, precipitation)
♥ Drag-&-drop: match the images and phrases with the correct phase of water (liquid, solid, gas)
♥ Drag-&-drop: find the three processes of the water cycle
♥ Drag-&-drop: finish the sentences about the water cycle
♥ Drag-&-drop: label the water cycle diagram
♥ Drag-&-drop: look at the pictures and decide if it shows precipitation, condensation, or evaporation
♥ Image search: use Google Image Search to find a picture of each type or precipitation
♥ Writing: describe the water cycle pretending that you are a drop of water
♥ Short answer: reflect and answer questions on the water cycle
This products covers Virginia VA SOLs:
SOL 2.3: The student will investigate and understand basic properties of solids, liquids, and gases. Key concepts include
2.3a. identification of distinguishing characteristics of solids, liquids, and gases
SOL 3.9: The student will investigate and understand the water cycle and its relationship to life on Earth. Key concepts include
3.9b. the energy from the sun drives the water cycle;
3.9c. the water cycle involves several processes
These Google Classroom products can work whether or not you have technology in the classroom. If you are in a 1:1 technology classroom, this product is perfect for you! It will also work great if you only have a few computers in your classroom. Students can use these products during literacy centers and rotate off computers. You can even use these whole-group if you have a SmartBoard or a projector!
How do I use this product?
You will be given the link to the Google Drive product. You can either email it to your students, or post on your Google Classroom! Check out my blog post to see how to upload it if you're unsure.
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Please email me with any questions at Glitterinthird@gmail.com if you need more information!