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Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets

Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Water Cycle: Poster / Classroom Display and Practice Worksheets
Product Description
I created this mini packet because I needed better resources in my classroom when it came to teaching Water Cycle! I absolutely love the clipart and it makes it easy to recognize the components of the Water Cycle. There are two versions of everything, depending on the specific vocabulary you teach with the Water Cycle. For me, I use: evaporation, condensation, precipitation, AND "accumulation". But I know many teach it as "collection". So I have a version recognizing it as accumulation, and another version as collection. Hopefully this will help you in how you teach this part of the Water Cycle. Included is a colorful class poster/display (one version with "accumulation", the other with "collection"). Then two different practice sheets (again two versions depending on your vocabulary). The first worksheet is a cut/paste sheet...where your students will cut the vocabulary at the bottom of the page, and then paste where it needs to go in the Water Cycle picture. The second worksheet displays the same Water Cycle picture, but instead has the kiddos write in the parts from a word bank. So it just depends on what you want to use and how yo want to teach it.

Page 1: Classroom display/poster using "accumulation".
Page 2: Classroom display/poster using "collection".
Page 3: Cut/Paste activity using "accumulation".
Page 4: Cut/Paste activity using "collection".
Page 5: Labeling activity using "accumulation".
Page 6: Labeling activity using "collection".
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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