Water Cycle

Water Cycle
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  • Doris The Droplet's Rainy Adventure By: Maia Bajich Hour 7
  • One cloudy morning Doris Flopper the Droplet woke up in her temporary water bed which sits in the middle of the Flopper Family River Hut. When Doris looked around, she found that no one was around. 
  • Where are my parents?
  • After Doris looked around the hut, and was sure her parents were not around, she started her journey with the River Chorus to get to the ocean. The River Chorus was a group of droplets that filed into the ocean and traveled through the Water Cycle once each day. 
  • As Doris asked each droplet one by one if they had seen or heard where her parents were, the more "No's" she got. All of a sudden-CRASH! Because Doris was so focused on finding her parents, she was not paying attention to where she was going, which was evident when she: first, went on a different path than the chorus, then she bumped SMACK into another droplet who was about her age.  
  • Do you know where my parents are??
  • Ouch!
  • Ouch! Now, this boy was not the smartest droplet in the rain. His name is Carl. As Carl and Doris were talking, he told her that he could not find his parents either. As they kept talking about their parents, it started to get "heated" and they both got lighter. Evaporation! Doris had never been through the water cycle, but luckily Carl had learned about it in Fish School.
  • NO THEY ARE NOT!
  • I can not find my parents. But I bet they are better than yours!
  • As Doris and Carl got lighter, they started to float up into the air and became a gas called water vapor. As the temperature gets warmer, water evaporates, (floats into the sky/air), and turns into water vapor. As the droplets floated to the sky, Doris was skeptical about what was happening, but Carl assured her that they will always return to where they call, home.
  • My parents are better...No-What is happening? Evaporation!
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