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 by mahaliat teacher: Alfonso Gonzalez

Water Cycle T X W R T C R N L A G N N F F
Z R N A Y B N A A M W O S C H
O X A I T K K P O S I A U X C
U C O N D E N S A T I O N Q N
F U W M S N R K A V O T Y U B
N M F X L P H T C O T V D O W
M A N H T Z I Q D A X Z A O Q
O E E V A P O R A T I O N W F
B U L C I I T X A B S S N L J
M Q C C O L L E C T I O N N N
V N E J Y Z Y D D F I W W M S
B R J E K C Y B L W V O S M A
P C I Y Z F Y D J R E A N K O
K U X U U O W I G H T V P Y W
L F B Z X R J F W W T H L H M

All of the words capitalized are the ones you find in the word search. ;) Have fun!

The WATER CYCLE is reall important. If we didn't have the water cycle the world would always be dry because the SUN would keep it dry. The order is EVAPORATION, CONDENSATION, PRECIPITATION, and COLLECTION. Evaporation is when the water evaporates in the air. Condensation is when the water forms into a cloud. Precipition is when the RAIN, SNOW, or HAIL falls out of the sky. Collection is when all the water reunites together in oceans and lakes. That is what the water cycle does. TRANSPIRATION is when the water from the plants evaporates into the air. You can also call "water going into the air" water VAPOR.

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