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Water Cycle (Free notes download)

There are repeated patterns of change in nature. One of the cycles that students are expected to know is the water cycle. Understanding these cycles helps Man to predict events and processes and to appreciate the Earth as a self-sustaining system.

In this Upper Block Science topic, students are expected to show an understanding of how water changes from one state to another:

  • Melting (solid to liquid)
  • Evaporation/ Boiling (liquid to gas)
  • Condensation (gas to liquid)
  • Freezing (liquid to gas)

Use this study organiser that we have prepared to help your child create and organise their learning and revise the stages of the water cycle! Click below to download.


We have included the answers which can be used as study sheets or even a a quiz session you can do with your child!

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