This is a wonderful hands on activity that shows each of the phases of the water cycle. Students could work in groups to create their own environment and explain to the class how each phase took place. Water Cycling, Classroom Freebies, Minis Dog Qu, Cycling Fun, Cycling Models, Rotisserie Chicken, Minis Water, Science, Water Cycle Project
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Split a rib of napa cabbage and stick in dyed water. Food experiments help teach kids how their food grows and fuels them! can also be used to demonstrate how pesticides become the plant and how important it is to always eat organically grown high-water content produce.
Water Cycle Simulation Game-- Use free printable cubes to have students travel through the water cycle.
Water Cycle Wheel- I have done this with my students for years. However I copy it on white paper and let the student color the wheels in. :)