A basic storyboard to give students an idea/introduction on the water cycle.
Hi! My name is Ms.Agua & did you know that the water cycle is a constant cycle that happens everywhere around the world? That's how we have water for plants, rivers, oceans, and lakes. The water cycle is an important function to our everyday life.
The sun is the most important key to the water cycle. It starts to blaze over the land and gets really hot then the water starts to evaporate into a gas and collects in the sky to form clouds. As you can see behind the mountains in this image there is condensation too.
Thoses same clouds rain down on the land, this it otherwise called water vapor. What happens in this cycle is the water vapor begins to collect in areas on land such as valleys. It also collects in the ocean as well as the lakes and rivers.
The same thing goes for when it snows on the land. When the snow begins to melt it starts to flow into the valleys, rivers, canals, and oceans.
As you can see when the snow melts it looks something similar to this where it flows and collects to other areas.
The same process of the cycle starts all over again. The sun will again start the evaporation process from the oceans, lakes, and rivers.