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Water Cycle (Grade 6)

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Water Cycle

1. 
As time goes by, and water goes through the water cycle again and again, the amount of water on Earth mostly
  1. increases
  2. decreases
  3. stays the same
  4. goes up and down
 
2. 
The water that was around when dinosaurs roamed the Earth
  1. is gone and has been for a long time
  2. is about halfway gone
  3. is the same water we use today
  4. is not the same water we use today
3. 
The water cycle is the Earth's way of
  1. getting rid of water
  2. recycling water
  3. chemically changing water
  4. increasing the water supply
 
4. 
What are drops of water that form on cool surfaces during the night called?
  1. dew
  2. rain
  3. steam
  4. snow
5. 
Where is water vapor found?
  1. in the air around you
  2. in your breath
  3. in steam from a kettle
  4. all of the above
 
6. 
From where does most water evaporate?
  1. puddles
  2. rivers
  3. lakes
  4. oceans
7. 
In the collection stage of the water cycle, water finds itself back in the oceans, streams, and rivers by way of
  1. the suction force of large bodies of water
  2. gravity and the fact that things flow downhill
  3. animals that carry water back
  4. people
 
8. 
When you look outside and it is raining, the water falling down is in what stage of the water cycle?
  1. condensation
  2. evaporation
  3. precipitation
  4. collection
9. 
When you see clouds forming in the sky, the water above you is forming droplets in what stage of the water cycle?
  1. condensation
  2. evaporation
  3. precipitation
  4. collection
 
10. 
When the sun heats up the puddle of water in your backyard and turn it into vapor, this process is known as                .
  1. condensation
  2. evaporation
  3. precipitation
  4. collection
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