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Water Cycle and Weather Links

Posted on: August 8, 2015

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NASA. This site will allow you to see many photos of different clouds, storms, land mass with tremendous views for extremely high altitudes.

Franklin’s Forecast This website contains many ideas surrounding the weather.

Educator’s Bridge to Science This web page will illustrate many connections for teachers and students.

National Center for Atmospheric Research This website will present an almost all inclusive study of the weather.

Kids Crossing Discover weather with a quick visual learning tool.

Weather animation Comprehensive This website will allow the teacher to present and the student to view many if not all different forms or weather.

Hurricanes Interact with many hurricanes. Discover how they moved and much much more this is a must see site.

Meteorology This web page will take you to many different areas of the weather.

Read About Clouds
http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-clouds.htm

Read About Wind
http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-wind.htm

Read About Rain
http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-rain.htm

Read About Climate
http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-climate.htm

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I can investigate how water changes from one state to another (e.g. freezing, melting,
condensation and evaporation).

Are you a water wizard? – Do you have a fountain of knowledge when it comes to water? Well, dive right in and test your knowledge of water with these Water Wizard quizzes.

Click and Drag Water Cycle Components – place the first step anywhere you wish and then put the other steps in order

Create a model of the water cycle – lesson plan from Oceans Alive

Follow a drop through the water cycle – water science for schools from USGS

How You Can Make a Model of the Water Cycle – print this to give to your students

Ideas for teaching about the water cycle – from Pro Teacher

Introduction to the water cycle

Water Cycle Animation – Observe a raindrop traveling through various paths of the water cycle. In this visualization, the blue raindrop shows where water is. The red arrows show the processes that could move it to another place.

Water Cycle – lesson plans frolm Science NetLinks

The Water Cycle – US Geological Survey’s Water Cycle – one of the most complete explanation of the cycle

Water Science – US Geological Survey’s (USGS) Water Science for Schools web site! They offer information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.

Water Cycle – a slide show by Soo Park, Alex Reynolds, Kate Schmidt, Connie Woo, and Christine Zackrison

Water Cycle

Water Cycle Lesson Plan – from Planet H2O

Water Cycle WebQuest – [ designed for 5th grade ]

The Watershed Game – Many things happen in a watershed that affect the quality of the water we rely upon . Examine the issues in each area of the watershed, then see the impacts of your choices.

Weather in the Science Lab – Select Weather in the list of labs. The illustration shows a water cycle. Move your cursor around the image for more information. Click on The Weather Maker near the top of the weather window. Set the temperature of two air masses and the relative humidity, and then see what weather develops. Click on the book in the bottom left corner to read about weather.

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