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United Scientific Water Cycle Activity Kit

Item #: 2103137

Allow students to see each of the various steps in the water cycle within the walls of the classroom.

$132.79 $99.59
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This unique model demonstrates how water moves through various stages on the earth’s surface. Students will explore the different processes of the water cycle. An incandescent lamp (user-provided) simulates the sun, supplying heat to evaporate water in the reservoir below. Ice cubes are used to cool the water vapor, causing water droplets to form on the cloud. The water falls onto the mountains, then flows back down to the reservoir. An activity guide is included. Ten 8.5 x 11 inch full-color study cards will enhance the students' understanding by showing real-life landscapes from the water cycle.
  • Demonstrate how water evaporates when heated, condenses on cold surfaces, and precipitates back into water
  • Incandescent lamp (user-provided) simulates the sun
  • Ice cubes are used to cool the water vapor
  • The water falls onto the mountains

Includes:

  • 1 Water Cycle Model
  • 10 Activity Cards
  • 1 Activity Guide