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Water Cycle Study Guide Major Test __________________ Vocabulary: Water Cycle- the way water moves from Earth’s surface and back again Evaporate- to change to a gas Condensation- to change into tiny drops of water Precipitation- rain, snow, hail, or sleet Accumulation - water the comes from rain, snow, sleet or hail that falls to the ground and settles in bodies of water and underground Weather- what the air outside is like Water Cycle Notes The water cycle is a continuous cycle; there is no beginning or end. Water on Earth recycles over and over again. This is called the water cycle. The water cycle has three stages: evaporation, condensation, and evaporation. The sun heats the water in oceans, lakes, and ponds and it
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