The Water Cycle

The Water Cycle

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  • Evaporation
  • Nature's so pretty.
  • River
  • Condensation
  • Your right smart bird. The  frozen water droplets, or ice crystals, form the clouds and  are  the clouds.
  • I see the clouds form, making  condensation.  It's cool to see them form bit by  bit from ice crystals!
  • Clouds
  • Ok thanks. I am smart! That's weird...  How does she know?
  • Precipitation
  • FINALLY!!!!! Water!! :) slurp. I've bee waiting, slurp, for sooo long. Slurp, slurp, slurp.
  • Wow, how eager. But, don't mind if I do. 
  • Desert
  • The water is evaporating to the clouds. It's so clear that you can't even see it happen! It must be nice to watch nature do it's work so gracefully and perfect. 
  • The evaporated water then turns to water droplets. Then because they're so high in the sky, they turn into ice crystals. Those ice crystals then connect with other particles and create clouds.
  • Precipitation is when rain occurs. The ice crystals start out below 0 degrees Celsius and when it starts going close to the ground, it melts. Then it starts becoming water again. 
  • Slurp.
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