Sunday, April 19, 2009

Water Cycle Activity

Time to re-familiarize with the water cycle.
Visit the Pearson-Prentice Hall website for an active art activity on the water cycle.
Type in the webcode: cfp - 4024
Complete the activity, take the quiz, and then create a new blog post about the following:
  1. What is the water cycle?
  2. Does the water cycle have a beginning or end?
  3. Starting with a puddle on a sunny day, describe how water might move through the water cycle and eventually fall back as rain.
  4. Create a diagram (using Google docs or word) of the puddle to rain scenario you created for extra credit.

3 comments:

Emma's8thgradepage said...

When is this due?

Super Science Fair Projects said...

The water cycle can be a great topic for a science fair project. For example, you can determine if the mineral ratios found in your local water supply are linked to the mineral concentrations found in local plant and animal life. The water cycle is at the heart of the world’s ecosystem and it plays a larger role in our lives then we tend to think that it does.

Jason said...

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