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Water Cycle Worksheets

Water covers nearly three-fourths of the Earth. All living things on Earth need water. Water on Earth can take three forms: ice, water, and water vapor. As water moves over Earth's surface and through the atmosphere, it changes form and moves through a cycle that replenishes our water supply. Learn more about the water cycle here.
Water Cycle Worksheets

Read and Color
            The Water Cycle
            The Water Cycle

            Glaciers (Grades 4-5)
            The Water Cycle (Grades 5-7)
            Glaciers in Alaska (Grades 6-8)

Short Reading Comprehensions
Short Readers
     The Water Cycle: Powered by the Sun (Short Reader; Grades 2-4 Readability)
     The Water Cycle (Short Reader; Grade 3-5 Readability)
     Where Is Earth's Freshwater? (Short Reader; Grades 5-6 Readability)

Reading Comprehensions
     The Water Cycle (Grades 3-5)
     The Water Cycle (Grades 7-8)

More Reading Comprehensions
(Grades 3-5)
     A Cycle without Wheels
     Glaciers: Moving Rivers of Ice
     How Humans Can Affect Weather
     Rainy or Fair?
     Water Moves in a Circular Motion
     What Are Glaciers?

(Grades 6-8)
     Changes: Physical or Chemical?
     Earth's Blanket
     Mapping, a Study Strategy
     Organizing Your Brainstorming
     Preserving the Shining Sea from Ocean Pollution
     System Earth, Part 1
     System Earth, Part 2
     The Movement of Surface Water
     The Rise and Fall of Water
     Volcano - Friend or Foe?
     Water, Water Everywhere!
     Water, Water, Everywhere
     Where Did the Oceans Come From?
     Where Does Your Water Come From?

(Grades 9-12)
     A "Matter" of Moving

        Water Cycle Glyph

More Activity Ideas
     Science Theme Units
     Science:  Water Theme

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