Water cycle foldable

Make learning about the water cycle fun and interactive with these creative foldable ideas. Engage your students and help them visualize the different stages of the water cycle with these hands-on activities.
How to Foldables | The Inspired Classroom: About to Start Weather Middle School Science, Pre K, 5th Grade Science, Science Resources, Homeschool Science, Elementary Science, Science Education, Science Foldables, Science Lessons

In a week, my class will be moving on from the scientific method to weather. In order to activate prior knowledge (and also to ensure all my students have this background understanding), we will start by discussing the water cycle. They'll work together to create this foldable that labels, explains, and shows the water cycle. It is just a regular sheet of cardstock or copy paper folded at 2 3/4" from both ends. This brings the flaps together at the center of the page. The flaps are cut at 4…

Avatar
Sharolyn Rankin
water cycle foldable Water Cycle 2nd Grade, Water Cycle Flip Book, Water Cycle 3rd Grade, Water Cycle Foldable, Water Cycle Anchor Chart, Water Cycle Song, Water Cycle Craft, Water Cycle Lessons, Earth Systems

For our unit in Science (Earth Systems and Patterns), after the four seasons comes the Water Cycle! My kids absolutely love the Water Cycle. We started off by watching a video that I found on Safari Montage. As we go through the video, I pause to clarify things and ask questions. After the video, we sing the Water Cycle song! It is sung to the tune of She'll Be Comin Round the Mountain. It takes a lot of practice but the kids love it! They will sing it all throughout the rest of the year…

Avatar
Kate Russell
Water Cycle Foldable                                                                                                                                                                                 More High School, Elementary Science, Science Activities, Teaching Science, Primary Science, Science Lessons, Teaching Resources, Water Cycle Foldable, Water Cycle Anchor Chart

My Grade 4's are learning about weather in science. To help them understand the water cycle better, we created foldable water cycles. On each of the four flaps, we wrote the processes of the water cycle, and under the flaps, gave definitions of the process or information about that part of the water cycle. My students enjoyed making the foldables, and now have a better understanding of the water cycle. This activity was a great supplement to the weather pack I created. The class is working…

Avatar
JoAnn Guz
One Teacher's Adventures: Water Cycle Foldable High School, Science Projects, Teaching Preschool, Water Cycle Foldable, Teaching Resources, Science Experiments Kids, Interactive Science Notebook, Teaching Science, Middle School Science Experiments

My Grade 4's are learning about weather in science. To help them understand the water cycle better, we created foldable water cycles. On each of the four flaps, we wrote the processes of the water cycle, and under the flaps, gave definitions of the process or information about that part of the water cycle. My students enjoyed making the foldables, and now have a better understanding of the water cycle. This activity was a great supplement to the weather pack I created. The class is working…

AvatarT
Tiiu Vendel
Here is a fun way to help your child review and practice their knowledge of the water cycle, one of our first units in science in fourth grade. This would be  an awesome way to help your child study their science content in a fun and different style! Pre K, 6th Grade Science, Teaching, Ideas, 5th Grade Science, To Start, To Weather, Homeschool Science, School

In a week, my class will be moving on from the scientific method to weather. In order to activate prior knowledge (and also to ensure all my students have this background understanding), we will start by discussing the water cycle. They'll work together to create this foldable that labels, explains, and shows the water cycle. It is just a regular sheet of cardstock or copy paper folded at 2 3/4" from both ends. This brings the flaps together at the center of the page. The flaps are cut at 4…

Avatar
Mrs. Hartman