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The Water Cycle Diagram - V2

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Years: 2 - 4

Demonstrate the four main stages of the water cycle with a printable water cycle diagram.

Print and Go Water Cycle Diagram

Are you on the hunt for a handy diagram of the water cycle to supplement your science lessons? You’re in the right place! We’ve put together a visually pleasing and useful poster of the water cycle that is perfect for use in your everyday lessons.

Ways to Use a Diagram of the Water Cycle

What other ways to use a water cycle diagram in the classroom? We’ve found a few new ideas for you!

Water cycle diagrams are a great educational tool that can help students understand the movement and transformation of water on Earth. Here are some ways to use a water cycle diagram in the classroom:

  1. Visual Aid: Displaying a water cycle diagram in the classroom can help students visualize the complex processes that occur in the water cycle. This can make the lesson more engaging and easier to understand.
  2. Interactive Activity: Students can work in small groups or pairs to create a water cycle diagram using various materials such as paper, coloured pencils, and craft materials. This can be a fun and interactive way for students to learn about the different stages of the water cycle and how they are interconnected.
  3. Writing Prompts: Water cycle diagrams can be used as prompts for creative writing or to assess student understanding. Students can be asked to write a short story or descriptive paragraph explaining a water droplet’s journey through the water cycle.

Overall, water cycle diagrams are a versatile tool that can be used in various ways to engage students and teach them about the importance of water on Earth.

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