The Water Sprite's Tale - Suleiman 7-K
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Water comes from a source, often a lake or spring. It can come down as rain or out of the ground.
Free at last!
This water sprite squeezed out from underground, between the rocks on a cold, hard plateau.
The sprite began to race down the steep sides of the plateau.
When water erodes its way through soft rock down a slope, it forms a waterfall.
I must join my brothers and sisters in the ocean... Geronimooo!
This way, guys!
Some rocks are hard and cannot be eroded. Water goes around them and continues.
You will not pass. Be gone!
As the force of the water slowly increases, it can cut through the land more easily...
... and meandering gently through the plains.
... forming tributaries and rapids in mountainous areas...
In the lower course of a river, the flow of the water slows down and the river widens. Sometimes it spills over its bank and forms a floodplain.
That flood was so extra.
Nearly there, boys!
It's still raining...
The little sprite and all its new friends were tired as they crossed the delta, on their way to the mouth of the river.
A river gets much wider before reaching its final destination: the sea.
Let others come behind me and forge their own path.
The little sprite has made it to his brothers and sisters. It is the end of a challenging journey.