A collection of educational resources related to teaching about water cycles. Use these resources when learning about the water cycle, clouds, living things and their needs and a water is life unit. The collection includes lesson plans, display banners, posters, PowerPoint presentations, vocabulary word wall cards, teaching resource packs, worksheets and experiments.
A scaffolded writing task for students to complete when learning about the informative text type.
Discover the world of water with a 15-page resource pack of posters, worksheets, and activities for teaching about how we use water and where it comes from.
Create a water cycle in a bag, make observations, and answer discussion questions with this printable science activity.
Display this water cycle diagram when teaching about the continuous movement of water above and on the surface of the Earth.
Put your artistic skills to use as you illustrate a day in the life of a water droplet with these printable comic strip templates.
Boost vocabulary skills and understanding with an illustrated water cycle word wall.
Practice matching vocabulary terms, labeling a diagram, sorting examples, and more with this interactive water cycle activity.
Review water cycle vocabulary with a crossword puzzle.
Enhance your students’ comprehension and science vocabulary skills with this water cycle worksheet.
Use knowledge of the steps in the water cycle to categorize examples with this sorting activity.
Review stages of the water cycle with a printable game.
Sequence the steps of the water cycle with a cut and paste worksheet.
Determine which stage of the water cycle is represented with this set of task cards.
Use this 10-page mini-book when learning about the water cycle.
An experiment to complete when learning about clouds and the water cycle.
Display the process that water goes through to get to your tap with a printable poster.
Demonstrate the four main stages of the water cycle with a printable water cycle diagram.
A hands-on experiment to use when investigating the water cycle.
Sequence the steps of the water cycle with a water cycle worksheet.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will investigate how the water cycle works.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will investigate why living things need water.