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The Water Cycle

Today you will use KidPix to create a scientific drawing of the water cycle. Visit these websites at home to learn more about the water cycle.

Drippy the Raindrop: The Land of Ice and Snow

Drippy the Raindrop: To The Mountains and Back

Thirstin’s Water Cycle

Water Cycle

Today we will use the iPads and the app DoInk to create an animation of the stages of the watercycle. Click the picture below to view a sample.

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The Water Cycle

Today you will use KidPix to create a scientific drawing of the water cycle. Visit these websites at home to learn more about the water cycle.

Drippy the Raindrop: The Land of Ice and Snow

Drippy the Raindrop: To The Mountains and Back

Thirstin’s Water Cycle

Water Cycle Animation

Today we will use Flipbook-ish, a part of Animation-ish, to create an animation of the water cycle. Make sure you include a title page and use all four water cycle science words, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and accumulation.

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Water Cycle Animation

Create an animation of the water cycle using Animationish. Use Advanced-ish and create a background which includes all the necessary ingredients to begin the cycle. Switched to the foreground and animate the different stages of the cycle ending with accumulation.

Water Cycle Animation

Create an animation of the water cycle using Animationish. Use Advanced-ish and create a background which included all the necessary ingredients to begin the cycle. Switched to the foreground and animate the different stages of the cycle ending with accumulation.

Water Cycle Animation

Today we will use Flipbook-ish, a part of Animation-ish, to create an animation of the water cycle. Make sure you include a title page and use all four water cycle science words, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and accumulation.

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Water Cycle Animation

Today we will use Flipbook-ish, a part of Animation-ish, to create an animation of the water cycle. Make sure you include a title page and use all four water cycle science words, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and accumulation.

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Water Cycle Animation

Today we will use Flipbook-ish, a part of Animation-ish, to create an animation of the water cycle. Make sure you include a title page and use all four water cycle science words, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and accumulation.

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A Raindrop’s Journey

If you are done with your water cycle animation, use Stationery Studio and open the Water Cycle design. Answer the following prompt:

Imagine you are a raindrop. Write about your journey through the water cycle.

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The Water Cycle Animation

Today we will use Flipbook-ish, a part of Animation-ish, to create an animation of the water cycle. Make sure you include a title page and use all four water cycle science words, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and accumulation.

Wcycle2

Water Cycle Animation

Today we will use Flipbook-ish, a part of Animation-ish, to create an animation of the water cycle. Make sure you include a title page and use all four water cycle science words, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and accumulation.

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Water Cycle Review

Today you will use Kerpoof to create a picture of the water cycle. Include and define the terms evaporation, condensation, precipitation and accumulation in your drawing. Watch this Brainpop movie clip before you begin your picture. Click the sample below to get to Kerpoof.

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Water Cycle Slideshow

Today you will begin working on a KidPix slideshow of the water cycle. You will create a title page, and four more pages for each of the parts of the water cycle. After you are finished with the drawings, you will narrate each slide by using the Record a Sound function. Finally, you will put it all together in the Slideshow portion of KidPix adding transitions between the slides.

The Water Cycle Slideshow

Today you will begin working on a KidPix slideshow of the water cycle. You will create a title page, and four more pages for each of the parts of the water cycle. After you are finished with the drawings, you will narrate each slide by using the Record a Sound function. Finally, you will put it all together in the Slideshow portion of KidPix adding transitions between the slides.


Water Cycle from Maddy Shapiro on Vimeo.

The Water Cycle

Today you will use KidPix to create a scientific drawing of the water cycle. Visit these websites at home to learn more about the water cycle.

Drippy the Raindrop: The Land of Ice and Snow

Drippy the Raindrop: To The Mountains and Back

Thirstin’s Water Cycle