hydrological cycle

The Hydrological Cycle
The hydrological cycle is a closed cycle. Water can not be created off destroyed. The water that we have right now, it is the water that we will ever have. Condensation nuclei are small vapor in the air. The hydrological cycle game shows an idea of how the water in the earth goes around to the different places water goes.
For the hydrological cycle game you need to split yourself as evenly as possible in to nine groups. After put all of the categories up on the wall scattered around. Next all of the groups pick one category to go in. Then have one person in the middle rolling the die. When the number is rolled announce it and the rest of the people look at the paper of categories and look were the number they rolled will take you. Repeat the step till you are all one. What do you notice? Write it down or think about it!

Things You Need To Play
The pages with the categories.
The minimum of nine groups
A die roller
The biggest you can get room that is empty (the bigger the better more space to play).
The Water Cycle Diagram
Info got from: Foss science books and notes
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