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The Water Cycle (Watts Library: Earth Science)

by Trudi Strain Trueit

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Summary: Explains the water cycle
Reaction- This book did not really interest me, only because I do not really like to read non fiction
Extension: Have each student create the water cycle and explain it to the class or the class could do an experiment when it comes to water and explain their favorite stage
  Erinhardy3 | Nov 23, 2012 |
This is a walk through of the water cycle.

I did not find this book interesting but, I did think it could be useful in a classroom.

First, we could draw out the water cycle, with pictures of examples at each.
We could also do a science experiement with water so we could see the water at it's different stages.
  mariah_westlake | Nov 23, 2011 |
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Explains how water is recycled and reused through a series of natural phenomena.

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