Lesson Plan : Meeting the Water Cycle

Teacher Name:
 Judith Bejarano Jarvio
 Grade 2

 The water cycle
 Water cycle .clouds, evaporation ,transpiration and precipitation
 1. The students will explore the different components of the water cycle by taking notes and a worksheet and analyzing the results 2.students develop a better understanding of the need to conserve the water.
 1. The students will understand changes and patterns of water through the water cycle. 2. The students must demonstrate the ability to explain the water cycle through pictures and define the components of the water cycle. .
 colors, poster board, cotton balls, construction paper, scissors, glue
 1. Water is essential for all living things. The water in our environment moves from the atmosphere to the land and back up again.
 2. To attract the studentsí attention, I will gather them around a wall chart for explain the water cycle and the importance of this.
  This lesson will let students have a hands-on experience with the water cycle. They will learn the different parts of the water cycle through experiments and studying the lesson.
 Discuss the terms precipitation, evaporation, and condensation to determine prior knowledge and help students gain an understanding of the process of the water cycle.
Checking For Understanding:
 Encourage children to speculate about the movement of water through the environment. Write the following questions on the board and have students answer them on their own paper: What processes involved in the water cycle? What caused the water to evaporate?
 Discuss how we get rain and snow for ending the class.
 assessing the students answers about the water cycle.
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