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Science 1= Weather

24 October 2007, 01:16 AM   #1
Herbolagy and earth science teacher
Joined: 21 Oct 2007
Posts: 14
Last edited by ‹Hello People How Are You??›, 16 November 2007
Hi i am Ms. Star and i live here at the academy like all teachers but i do live with my

here is the class room...
Yes as you can see we do not use decks we use laptops. All students will use them and will
require to have AIM, E-Mail, and Student Grade Book all installed on there computer.

Here is what you should read and then answer the Questions

    Did you ever wonder where rain came from? As you may know there is  another name for
rain it is precipitation. Also the way rain falls is called the water cycle. There are
four basis steps in the water cycle. I hope you learn a lot about the water cycle.

    So, you know there are 4 basic steps in the water cycle. They are evaporation,
condensation, precipitation, and infiltration. All the step have a very important job.
They also have an extremely important name. If you can not already tell all the steps end
in “tion” so they rhyme. 

     Evaporation is the 1st step in the water cycle. Evaporation is when water from
rivers, lakes, or oceans is sucked up. The less humidity in the air the more evaporation,
and the more humidity the less evaporation. Transpiration is evaporation except taking
water from trees. The water rises into the air when it is hot.

     Condensation is the 2nd step in the water cycle. Condensation is little water
droplets. All the water drops stick to dust in the air. Then all the dust and water stick
together and form clouds. Depending on the quantity of water and dust makes different
types of clouds. 

     Precipitation is the 3rd step in the water cycle. Precipitation is rain, hail, sleet,
and snow. If you did not know rain from the sky is very clean. But if it lands on leaves
and others things it can collect germs and get very dirty. When the clouds get “full”
it starts to rain (precipitation). When the rain falls all the dust stays. 

     Infiltration is the last step in the water cycle. Infiltration is the water on the
surface soaks into the ground. The more rock in the soil the less infiltration. If there
is less rocks in the soil there is more infiltration. If the land is flat a lot of water
will be infiltrated. If it is a mountain there will be less   infiltration. Last if there
is a recent rain obviously there will be less infiltrated rain.

     I hope know you know where rain comes from. Well if i was you i would learn a lot.
Even from knowing all this it makes me have more questions and know i have answers! Just
to let you know the water that evaporates from the sea becomes salt free water in the
water cycle.                  

i had to right all that crap for science class.


24 October 2007, 06:12 PM   #2
Herbolagy and earth science teacher
Joined: 21 Oct 2007
Posts: 14
can you reply!!

24 October 2007, 06:15 PM   #3
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um Ms. Star, I see a frog in all the pictures.

24 October 2007, 06:19 PM    #4
Herbolagy and earth science teacher
Joined: 21 Oct 2007
Posts: 14
tes yes that is what you are supost to see!!!

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