Since, it rained yesterday that means that some puddles will be left over. The sun soaks up the puddles so people can do stuff. For example: play on the slide.
When the sun soaks up the water it is called evaporation. The water turns into water vapor and the slide isn't wet anymore.
Condensation is little water droplets. Even when the sun dries up the big water puddle it can leave behind the little water droplets, because the sun doesn't always soak up everything. For example: wet windows.
Precipitation is the tempurature. Since, the sun is hot, precipitation is the reason why the puddle on the playground slide dried up.
Accumulation soaks up all the water and when it rains in by the river or the ocean all the rain water is actually accumulation. The water that was on the slide, wasn't accumulated, because it was on the slide instead of in a body of water.
When it rains on grass that's when Transpiration happens. When it rained not only did the slide get wet, but the grass got some water, which is known as Transpiration.