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A Funny TasteAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners explore the different salinities of various sources of water by taste-testing.
Clean Water: Is It Drinkable?
In this activity, learners simulate nature's water filtration system by devising a system that will filter out both visible and invisible pollutants from water.
Amazon Water Cycle RoleplayAdd to list Details
In this creative roleplay activity, learners will explore the various processes of the water cycle using movement, sound, and props to aid in comprehension.
Weather Stations: Phase Change
In this activity, learners observe the water cycle in action! Water vapor in a tumbler condenses on chilled aluminum foil — producing the liquid form of water familiar to us as rain and dew.
Pollution in Our WatershedAdd to list Details
By building a simple watershed with paper and markers and then using a spray bottle to simulate precipitation, learners will understand how pollution accumulates in our water sources, especially from
Go with the Flow
Learners draw comic-style pictures to show the water cycle. From a starting picture, one learner draws what happens to the water in the next panel, then passes the comic strip to another learner.
In this activity, learners conduct three experiments to examine temperature, the different stages of the water cycle, and how convection creates wind.
Rain Machine (Solar Still)
In this activity, learners work in groups to build simple solar stills filled with salt water. After the stills are complete, learners observe what happens when they place the stills in the sun.
Moving Without Wheels
In a class demonstration, learners observe a simple water cycle model to better understand its role in pollutant transport.
Ocean in a Bottle
In this activity, learners consider how oil spills behave in the ocean and what impact they have on marine wildlife.
The Incredible Journey
In this weather activity (page 4 of the PDF), learners will explore the water cycle through an interactive game.
In this activity, learners use aluminum trays and wooden blocks to form stream tables to investigate river formations in two different landscape scenarios.
The Water Cycle
Did you know that the water we use today is the same water found on Earth millions of years ago? The Earth constantly uses and recycles water in a process called the water cycle.
The Watershed Connection
In this activity, learners interact with a 3-D model of a watershed to better understand the interconnectedness of terrestrial and aquatic environments.
In this outdoor water activity, learners explore evaporation by painting with water and tracing puddles. Learners will discover that wet things become dry as the water evaporates.
What-a-cycleAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners act as water molecules and travel through parts of the water cycle to discover that it is more complex than just water moving from the ground to the atmosphere.
DIY Science: Water Cycle in a Bag!
In this activity, learners will simulate the processes of the water cycle at home in a plastic sandwich bag.
Make a Water Cycle Wristband
In this activity, learners thread colored beads onto string. Each beach represent a process of the water cycle.