This activity, available on the intermediate, primary, and emergent levels, helps children understand and demonstrate the complexities of the water cycle using a story format. Relevant science vocabulary is introduced in context, and children use this vocabulary to label a water cycle diagram. The WAP correlates with Content Standard D, Earth and Space Science, of the National Science Standards.
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