This is a fun activity that I use to help my students gain a deeper understanding of the water cycle and how water moves through the water cycle. I love that it helps students understand that it isn't just a linear motion, always moving in the same way. It has 9 different places that water can be found, and the students pretend that they are water droplets and move through those places, based on what they draw from the envelope, bag, or basket from that center. This activity is leveled for lower level and higher level students, so it can be used in any grade, K-5. The higher level includes more content-specific vocabulary, and the lower level is contains mostly sight words and words that are easily decoded. There are two different recording sheets based on the grade level of your students, and there are 3 different follow-up activities to the water stations. I hope your students enjoy this as much as mine!