5.2 Use multiple tools for construction and composition.
Show What You Know
Now that we have learned about what the Water Cycle is, what it does and why we need it, it is your turn to show others!
In a group of 3 create your own version of the water cycle:
You may use the paper and coloring utensils, pictures printed from the computer, a powerpoint presentation, or you may write about it without any pictures at all.
Make sure to include the vocabulary associated with the Water Cycle and make it easy for anyone to understand.
When we are done we will present our work around the room and have a “Water Cycle Exhibit” day for everyone to walk around and explore what we have created. You can also at this time tell others about your work if you choose.
You may present your project in any way that you choose but it must include the vocabulary associated with the Water Cycle and either a written or shown definition of what the vocabulary term represents.