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Type: Fill-In-The-Blank
Category: Oceanography and Hydrology
Level: Grade 4
Score: 3
Author: lblasena
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Grade 4 Oceanography and Hydrology

Use the diagram of the hydrologic cycle to help fill in the blanks in the paragraph.
Water Cycles Simple

First, a water droplet              evaporates             , it becomes water vapor in the air. Next, the water vapor             condenses             to become a cloud, fog, or mist. Then the condensed water droplets               precipitate               back to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail. On Earth, the water often flows into                  rivers/streams                  and flows out to a large body of water like a lake or an ocean. Water can also seep into the ground, through loose soil or cracks, and become               groundwater              .
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