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  1. How I Use Water By Marilee Mrs. Wing’s class

  2. I drink water to stay alive.

  3. I use water to grow vegetables.

  4. I use water to clean my body and clothes.

  5. I love to play in water.

  6. I love water!

  7. How much is there? Water What kinds are there? Where is it found? The water cycle and more.

  8. How Much is There? • Approximately three-fourths of the earth is water.

  9. What kinds are there? • 97% of the water is salt water, and is found in the oceans of the world. • 3% of the water is fresh water on which we depend.

  10. Where is it found? • Water comes from several places. Oceans Lakes Ponds Rivers

  11. The Water Cycle

  12. Let’s discuss the vocabulary Condensation – when warm air collides with cold air and droplets form. Precipitation – droplets that after being condensed begin to fall to the earth in the form of rain, sleet, hail, glaze, or snow. Erosion – the movement of soil by wind or water. Melting – when a solid changes into a liquid. Percolation – the movement of water through the soil. Evaporation – The process of liquid water becoming vapor.

  13. Let’s test your knowledge! Are YOU ready? Get Set….. Let’s GO!!!!!!!

  14. A C B D E F G H Label the parts of the water cycle B

  15. Vocabulary here we go!!! What is condensation? What is precipitation? What is erosion? What is melting? What is percolation? What is evaporation?

  16. Answers to the Label the parts of the water cycle

  17. Answers to the vocabulary quiz. Condensation – when warm air collides with cold air and droplets form. Precipitation – droplets that after being condensed begin to fall to the earth in the form of rain, sleet, hail, glaze, or snow. Erosion – the movement of soil by wind or water. Melting – when a solid changes into a liquid. Percolation – the movement of water through the soil. Evaporation – The process of liquid water becoming vapor.