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Have you ever wondered how rain is formed or where the rainwater disappears? Find answers to your queries with these pdf water cycle worksheets for grade 3 through grade 6. Included here are ample water-cycle-process-diagram charts with clearly marked stages and water cycle printable worksheets to identify and label the steps involved in the water cycle. Learn the hydrologic cycle vocabulary, match the terms with their definitions and much more. Make headway with our free water cycle worksheets and charts!

Water Cycle Chart | Four Step Process

Water Cycle Chart | Four Step Process

This visually appealing water-cycle-process-diagram chart depicts the four vital steps. 3rd grade and 4th grade kids learn terms like evaporation, condensation, precipitation and collection with vivid illustrations.

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Water Cycle Vocabulary Chart

Water Cycle Vocabulary Chart

Assist kids in identifying a few more steps like runoff, percolation, infiltration and transpiration. Explain the terms and processes involved in each stage with this printable water-cycle-chart for grade 4 and grade 5.

Water Cycle Definition Chart

Water Cycle Definition Chart

This chart comprises the water-cycle-diagram and the definition of the basic terms in the water cycle vocabulary such as evaporation, condensation, precipitation, surface runoff to mention a few.

Label the water cycle diagram

Label the water cycle diagram

Once 5th grade kids are familiar with the processes and terms related to the water cycle, let them label the key processes in the water-cycle-diagram using the vocabulary given in the word bank.

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Label the steps in the water cycle

Label the steps in the water cycle

The stages in the water cycle are marked and kids are expected to decipher the processes and write the correct terms in the spaces to complete this label-the-steps-in-the-water-cycle printable worksheet.

Match terms, definitions and processes

Match terms, definitions and processes

The key processes of the water cycle are indicated with alphabets and children are expected to decipher the process and match it with the correct term and definition in this water-cycle-matching pdf worksheet.

Water Cycle | Cut and paste activity

Water Cycle | Cut and paste activity

Test the knowledge of kids with this fun water-cycle-cut-and-paste-activity worksheet. Snip the given images and glue them in the captioned boxes to complete the worksheet.

Water Cycle | Terms and Definitions

Water Cycle | Terms and Definitions

This reconstruction activity has images presented in a tabulated format. The 5th grade and 6th grade children are expected to identify the process, write the correct term and definition in the given columns.

Water Cycle | Fill in the blanks

Water Cycle | Fill in the blanks

Reinforce the terms and definitions and test comprehension with this water cycle fill in the blanks pdf worksheet. Children in grade 5 and grade 6 are expected to read the sentences and plug in the missing words or phrases.

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Week 25 Reading Comprehension (E-25). A reading passage about water’s three different forms or states: solid, liquid, gas. Cross-Curricular Focus: Earth Science. This worksheet is in line with Common Core Standards for 5th – 7th grade Key Ideas and Details, but may also be used for other grades. The passage’s Lexile Level is 970.

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Water Cycle

Water Cycle introduces students to the continuous process water follows from evaporation to precipitation. Students will learn many terms related to the water cycle and be able to explain the process to others correctly. They will be able to recognize the different steps and put them in order.

In the “Options for Lesson” section of the worksheet, you will see some suggestions for additional or alternative things to do for the lesson. One suggestion is to have students work in pairs throughout the lesson as they learn about the water cycle. You could also have students present their 2D water cycle models to the class.

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Additional information, what our water cycle lesson plan includes.

Lesson Objectives and Overview: Water Cycle teaches students how water flows through a continuous process from evaporation to precipitation. Students will learn and be able to define the terms that relate to the steps of this process. By the end of the lesson, they will be able to explain the process to others correctly. This lesson is for students in 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade.

Classroom Procedure

Every lesson plan provides you with a classroom procedure page that outlines a step-by-step guide to follow. You do not have to follow the guide exactly. The guide helps you organize the lesson and details when to hand out worksheets. It also lists information in the yellow box that you might find useful. You will find the lesson objectives, state standards, and number of class sessions the lesson should take to complete in this area. In addition, it describes the supplies you will need as well as what and how you need to prepare beforehand. For this lesson, you will need to supply plastic cups, water, ice cubes, paper towels, construction paper, markers, glue, and other supplies that students may need to make a 2D model of the water cycle. Before giving the lesson, you will also need to gather the plastic cups and fill them with water about 3/4 of the way.

Options for Lesson

There are several suggestions in the “Options for Lesson” section that you could incorporate into the lesson if you have time or want to extend or adjust parts of the lesson. Several of these options relate specifically to the task of creating a 2D model. You may want students to work in pairs throughout the lesson, or just for the 2D model portion. Another idea is to let students present their models to the class. As an alternative idea, students could use PowerPoint or another slide deck software to present models of the water cycle.

Teacher Notes

The paragraph on the teacher notes page provides a little extra information for the lesson as you prepare. It suggests including hands-on activities whenever possible, such as showing a how a plant transpires over a period of time. You can use the blank lines on this page to write down ideas or thoughts you have as you read through the lesson document.

WATER CYCLE LESSON PLAN CONTENT PAGES

The water cycle.

The Water Cycle lesson plan contains two pages of content. The first page describes how the water people drink today could be millions of years old. The reason for this phenomenon is that the water on the Earth that everyone and everything uses has existed since the beginning of time. For instance, the rain falling from the sky may one day be the water we drink a few weeks later. This is possible because of the water cycle, which basically recycles water in a continuous cycle.

The lesson provides a diagram that roughly shows the different steps of the cycle. It shows clouds with falling rain and snow over some mountains. Rivers flow down from the mountain tops and into a lake or ocean. It also displays how water on the ground seeps through the Earth’s surface and eventually deposits into surface water sources, such as the ocean.

To illustrate evaporation, the diagram shows white circles in the air with arrows and a label signifying the upward direction. It does not outline the cycle exactly. Instead, it provides arrows to represent that snow and rain fall down, groundwater flows into a water source, and water vapor rises into the atmosphere.

Steps of the Cycle

Below the diagram, the lesson explains the four steps of the water cycle in detail. The first step is evaporation. Evaporation occurs when the sun heats up the waters of oceans, lakes, and other bodies of water. The heat turns the water into a gas, also called water vapor. The vapor then rises into the air (evaporates). This process doesn’t just happen for large bodies of water. Students will learn that even an open container of water inside a house will eventually evaporate.

Transpiration is the next step. It is the process by which plants lose water in the form of water vapor. It is similar to evaporation because it also moves water vapor into the air, except that the source is plants instead of water bodies. Transpiration occurs continuously as plants grow and use up the water that passes through the roots, later releasing it into the air again.

Students will then learn about condensation, the third step of the cycle. Condensation occurs when water vapor in the air gets cold and changes back into a liquid. Clouds actually form during condensation, and when they fill up too much with the moisture in the atmosphere, it rains. One example of how condensation works is what happens to a bathroom mirror after a hot shower. The steam (water vapor) from the shower is hot, but when it touches the cool mirror, it becomes liquid again. As a result, the mirror looks hazy from the moisture.

The last step is precipitation, which involves rain, snow, sleet, or hail falling to the ground from the clouds. It occurs when the air can no longer hold the water that has evaporated. The clouds are too heavy with moisture, so the evaporated water falls back to the Earth as precipitation.

After Precipitation

After it rains or water returns to Earth in another form during precipitation, it becomes ground water. Ground water is what plants and animals use for drinking. It can also be stored in aquifers, which are underground layers of rock that get saturated with water. That water can return to the surface through natural springs. In addition, people can pump the water to the surface.

When there is a large amount of precipitation, it runs over the soil and collects in oceans, lakes, or rivers. This excess water from storms, meltwater, or other sources is called runoff. In other words, runoff is the water that remains on the Earth’s surface rather than absorbing into the soil. The water from runoff evaporates, starting the whole cycle over again.

A fun fact that students will also learn is that sweating is an example of condensation in action. When the moisture drips off the skin, it is essentially like precipitation. The sweat begins to dry due to evaporation. However, since people aren’t plants, the body does not transpire. Instead, they perspire, which occurs when moisture escapes into the air. That means that the water a person sweats could some day become the water they drink!

The lesson provides another diagram that shows how plants transpire. The roots of the plant absorb water from the soil and into the root hairs. The water then travels through the plant’s stem and leaves. After it begins to transpire, the water starts to evaporate from the surface of the leaves and into the atmosphere once more.

Here is a list of the vocabulary words students will learn in this lesson plan:

  • Evaporation: the process by which water returns to the atmosphere
  • Transpiration: the process by which plants lose water in the form of water vapor
  • Condensation: the process by which water vapor in the air becomes cold and changes back to a liquid
  • Precipitation: the process by which water falls to the ground in the form of rain, snow, sleet, or hail
  • Ground water: the water that soaks into the surface of the Earth after it rains, snows, or hails
  • Aquifer: an underground layer of rock that saturates with water that can reach the surface again through natural springs or by pumping
  • Runoff: the flow of excess water from storms, meltwater, or other sources that remains on the Earth’s surface

WATER CYCLE LESSON PLAN WORKSHEETS

The Water Cycle lesson plan includes three worksheets: a journal page, a rubric, and a homework assignment. The guidelines on the classroom procedure page describe when to hand out each assignment to the class.

OBJECT LESSON JOURNAL PAGE

You will use the journal pages before you distribute any of the content pages. The classroom procedure lists the steps to follow for an object lesson. The journal page is for students to answer questions that relate to the things they observe as you go through the object lesson. The classroom procedure page also provides you with the list of questions to ask. Students will write the questions you ask them in the boxes on the worksheet and write in their answers. There are a total of 10 questions.

2D MODEL RUBRIC PAGE

As part of the classroom procedure, students will create a 2D model of the water cycle. They will need to include labels, arrows, and other information so that it is clear for viewers to understand. The rubric page shows students what you will assess them on. For instance, does their model show all the steps of the cycle? Did students label the model correctly? Does the model clearly show multiple types of perspiration? There is space near the bottom of the rubric for you to provide comments.

WATER CYCLE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

For the homework assignment, students will complete a crossword puzzle. There are a total of 20 terms and clues for them to figure out.

Worksheet Answer Keys

The last page of this document is an answer key for the homework assignment. If you choose to administer the lesson pages to your students via PDF, you will need to save a new file that omits this page. Otherwise, you can simply print out the applicable pages and keep this as reference for yourself when grading assignments.

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This lesson plan is intended for teachers to use with their upper elementary and middle school students to learn about the water cycle and the forces that drive it. The emphasis in this lesson will be on having students understand the processes that take place in moving water through Earth’s system. 

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If the child is inquisitive about water, our free, printable water cycle worksheets have all the information they need. Explore a prime aspect of Earth's systems starting with the water cycle and its stages, including evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection. While the process and its stages might sound like a lot at the beginning, thanks to our wide-ranging activities, children will soon take to the water cycle like a duck to water. Kids will find themselves labeling, matching, doing cut-and-glue activities, and more as they answer our water cycle worksheets pdf with answers.

We recommend our worksheets on water cycle for kids in grade 3 through grade 8.

Water Cycle Diagram

Water accounts for over two-thirds of our planet’s surface, so it's only fair that we know how many stages it goes through before we finally collect it. It won't take long for this diagram to be grade 3 and grade 4 kids' favorite.

Water Cycle Diagram

Matching the Water Cycle Stages and Names

Children in 4th grade and 5th grade will match the picture that shows raindrops falling from clouds to "precipitation" in a jiffy, as they match each stage of the water cycle to its name in this pdf.

Matching the Water Cycle Stages and Names

Labeling the Stages in the Water Cycle

The continuous circulation of water in the Earth's atmosphere from one state to another is called the water cycle or hydrological cycle. Let 3rd grade and 4th grade children recall the stages and label the diagram.

Labeling the Stages in the Water Cycle

Sequencing Water Cycle Stages

A process is a series of actions that occur one after another to achieve a result. Instruct grade 5 and grade 6 kids to cut the pictures and descriptions and glue them in this printable water cycle worksheet.

Sequencing Water Cycle Stages

Identifying Stages in the Water Cycle

Evaporation and condensation are some of the processes that make up the water cycle. Get 5th grade and 6th grade learners to read each description and write which stage in the water cycle it's referring to.

Identifying Stages in the Water Cycle

Water Cycle | Reading Comprehension

Designed for grade 7 and grade 8 children to understand the inner workings of the water cycle, this exercise tasks them with reading a passage and answering a set of questions.

Water Cycle - Reading Comprehension

Numbering Stages in the Water Cycle

In this water cycle stages worksheet pdf, kids must take a good look at the diagram and connect each stage with its name, before shading the numbers based on the correct sequence.

Numbering Stages in the Water Cycle

Filling in Blanks in Water Cycle Statements

The processes that drive the hydrologic cycle are the focus of this printable worksheet on the water cycle, where children complete statements choosing appropriate terms from the box.

Filling in Blanks in Water Cycle Statements

Completing a Passage on the Water Cycle

A treat for the promising scientists in 7th grade and 8th grade, this water cycle worksheet pdf encourages them to complete a passage, leaning on their excellent grasp of the concept.

Completing a Passage on the Water Cycle

Writing Names of Water Cycle Stages

Observe the diagram carefully and recollect the stages of the water cycle in this printable exercise. Pay attention to the numbered arrows and name the processes accordingly.

Writing Names of Water Cycle Stages

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A Collection of Water Cycle Vocabulary Worksheets

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The water cycle is the movement of water throughout the earth due to the processes of evaportation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff. The worksheets below help reinforce this vocabulary.

Worksheet 1: Water Cycle Diagram (Without Explanation)

A diagram that demonstrates the processes of the water cycle such as precipitation and condensation.

Worksheet 2: Water Cycle Diagram (With Explanation)

A diagram that demonstrates the processes of the water cycle such as precipitation and evaportation.

Worksheet 3: Water Cycle Crossword

A crossword with clues covering the basic concepts of the water cycle.

Worksheet 4: Water Cycle Word Search

A word search that covers the key concepts of the water cycle.

Worksheet 5: Water Cycle Cloze Activity

An intermediate cloze activity to review vocabulary and concepts of the water cycle.

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    Find answers to your queries with these pdf water cycle worksheets for grade 3 through grade 6. Included here are ample water-cycle-process-diagram charts with clearly marked stages and water cycle printable worksheets to identify and label the steps involved in the water cycle.

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    The water cycle is the continuous movement of water on, above and below the surface of earth. These free Easy Teacher worksheets can help you understand the water cycle. ... Print Water Cycle Worksheets Click the buttons to print each worksheet and associated answer key. Atmospheric Currents. Using the three terms and three descriptions in the ...

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