10 Amazing Water Cycle Activities and Extra Resources

Water covers 3/4 of the earth’s surface and all living organisms need water to grow and survive which is why the water cycle is important. learning about the water cycle should be fun. I compiled a list of 10 water cycle activities that will definitely make the kids amazed. Also, don’t forget to check out my Freebie! It is a set of  16 task cards that come in color or black and white. Just print, laminate for durability, and use! A recording sheet is included. 

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Activities / Experiments

You can check out the detailed instructions through each link and then come back for more ideas! 

1. How clouds make rain experiment – Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station 

2. Use Lego to build the water cycle – you will need legos and a lego baseplate for this fun activity – KC Edventures 

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3. Discovery bottle activity – Little Bins for Little Hands 

4. Make a Terrarium – OPC 

5. Salt on a stick experiment – you will need non hardening modeling clay for this experiment – Kids Earth Science  

6. Simple evaporation experiment – Capri Plus 3

7. Water Cycle in a bag – Rookie Parenting Science  

8. Cloud in a jar – Playdough to Plato 




9. Shaving cream rain clouds – One Little Project

10. Design a flip book animation based on the water cycle (This is one of my favorites!) – Meet Penny 

 

if you have your own classroom you might also want to get a water cycle model activity set that you can use in centers. It is so much fun! I would recommend this model set

You can see it being used in this video: 

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