Water Cycle

Earth and Space Systems

3.7  The student will investigate and understand that there is a water cycle and water is important to life on Earth. Key ideas include

     a.) the energy from the sun drives the water cycle; and

     b.) the water cycle involves specific processes.

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Water cycle

[chorus]

It’s a circle, a circle, yup, a circle.

The water cycle goes in a circle.

Starts with evaporation.

Rise to precipitation.

Drops back down in the form of snow, sleet, or rain

 

[verse]

Water is one of the reasons why there’s life on earth.

Water covers 75 percent of the earth.

The equator is an imaginary line

that divides the earth into two sides.

Halfway between the north and south pole, yeah,

the northern hemisphere, the southern hemisphere.

Now the water on earth goes in a cycle.

What a coincidence it’s called the water cycle.

Heat from the sun causes water from the lakes,

oceans and rivers to evaporate.

That evaporated water rises till it cools

then condenses into droplets or ice crystals.

Forming a cloud, the cloud lets the water back out

to the ground, rivers, and ponds

In the oceans and into the lakes

and starts all over when the water evaporates

 

[chorus]

It’s a circle, a circle, yup, a circle.

The water cycle goes in a circle.

Starts with evaporation.

Rise to precipitation.

Drops back down in the form of snow, sleet, or rain

Water cycle Sing-A-Long

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