Introduce your young scientist to the wonders of the water cycle with these engaging worksheets full of useful diagrams and enlightening texts. Not an Education. Create an Account. Please enter your email address and we'll send you instructions to reset your password.
The Water Cycle. Enjoy learning about the water cycle for kids. Follow the diagram and learn about evaporation, condensation, precipitation and more. This updated water cycle diagram from the USGS is perfect for kids!
Water is the basic element of nature. It provides life, eases out heat, drains harmful substances and mediates many day-to-day works. Water needs to be replenished, purified and circulated again and again so that it can perform its functions. Nature does this job through a process called the water cycle.
The water cycle describes how water vapor condenses to form precipitation , falls to the ground, and then evaporates, returning to the atmosphere. Prior to exploring the water cycle, have students share their existing knowledge by volunteering examples of water cycle processes in their local environment. Share the infographic and read the text at center to help students connect their examples to the water cycle using scientific vocabulary. Have students create a graphic organizer to record and describe the main processes of the water cycle, including examples of each process.