C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes READ Many millions of years ago ...

When it is about 1500 million years ago the Earth formed, and water vapor was in side. Then, after many volcanic eruptions, the Earth cooled, water vapor condens ed and fell back onto the surface as rain. Incredibly, today we drink the same w ater for many millions of years ago, the same as our grandparents drank, drank t he same as medieval warriors, the Romans, Iberians, and even prehistoric dinosau rs first! If you drink a glass of water, are drinking the same water in which th e fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex quench his thirst after a grueling chase. The water admiring the Arab caliphs in their palaces is the same as now you contemplate i n your glass. Same as handsome knights gave their beloved maidens in the well of the castle, etc. All this wonder is possible through what is known as "Water Cy cle" through this cycle, the total amount of water on our planet, in all its thr ee states (solid, liquid and gas) has not changed. The Wonderful Water Our planet is known t" by the amount of ll part of this you of it is salt water pares us so that we Cycle as the "Blue Planet" although we could call the "Water Plane water (75% of the total) in it, but unfortunately only a sma can drink, is drinking water (only 3% of total water), most (97%). Nature, which is very wise, take care of this and pre consume through the Water Cycle, but what is?

INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes In short, when the Earth's surface is heated by the rays of the sun, water from lakes, rivers, oceans and even water plants slowly rises into the atmosphere (ev aporation). As water vapor rises into the atmosphere over there and colder, maki ng the vapor to liquid in droplets of water come together to form clouds (conden sation) that we see when the sky darkens and turns gray. When these clouds colli de with the cold air flow, small droplets that form fall (precipitation) in the form of rain, snow or hail. Much of the water that falls goes into seas, rivers and lakes (collecting) but a nother seeps into the ground (infiltration) as if it were a giant sponge, and st ored underground (groundwater) which then return to nature through wells and spr ings. Also plants with their roots, they feed off this water then returned often in the form of juicy fruit and sometimes by the sweat of their leaves (transpir ation). Again, the water will go up (evaporation) and the cycle repeated over an d over and over again. As we have seen, on behalf of "cycle" comes very well to this process because, as it were a wheel again and again to make the same journe y. Finally, go to the "to experience and perform practice that we offer here. Wi th it you can make your own water cycle without leaving home. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Where does the water we drink? While it is possible, and technologies exist to treat salt water, the enormous c ost of fresh water causes remains our main source of supply. As a general rule, the inhabitants of large towns and cities with water supply are rivers and swamp s, while in smaller towns and villages are the wells and underground springs tha t supply the inhabitants. But we must again point out that fresh water is only 3 % of total water in the world with 97% of salt, but still sweet water is drinkab le easier is what often comes to us our homes. Where does this water?, For three main sources:

a) b) c) Meteoric water. The one that comes directly from the rain is clean and fresh but does not contain mineral salts. Telluric water. They are from groundwater seepa ge into the ground. The purest are often those with greater depth are therefore often have to make deep wells to bring them to the outside. Surface water. It is that which comes from rivers, streams or swamps. Often you have to purify it so that it can consume. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Do you run out of water? Water is essential for all living beings who inhabit this planet, because it bel ongs to a greater or lesser extent,€the constitution of each of them. For example, accounts for 98% in a melon, a fish 80% and 65% in a human. Thus, the formation of our body and in all biological processes require water. We know that if our lungs were wet we could not breathe and if the saliva does not wet the food we c ould not eat. If water is part of the blood, not food transported throughout the body, our cells do not feed them, there could not breathe and eliminate toxins. Water is the most abundant substance on earth and is the ideal medium for life. Every ocean, river, lake, has its own flora and fauna adapted to live there. Fo r that reason, most marine organisms can not live in fresh water, nor the creatu res of the river could not do in the marine environment. We are so familiar now with the water for so many millions of years that we hardly think that this may end someday, but the fact is that drinking water is a limited resource and every day we spend a lot more water every day pollute more and, above all, every day we are more people on this planet, more people among whom share a scarce resourc e. Live in freshwater too many bodies, many plants that serve as food for fish, insect larvae, snails, small crustaceans that are the main food of fish. Not to mention that plants also need it to grow, and animals that feed on these plants. In conclusion, drinking water is a finite resource, it determines the lifetime of our planet. If this disappears or is dramatically reduced, many species disap pear, we will not only thirsty but hungry because of lack of water always accomp anies the lack of food. But all this, what can we do about it?. The answer lies in the following paragraphs, where you can see how the process of waste water (w hich they do the municipalities), what our governments (European Charter on Wate r) and finally, what you can do yourself from your home or neighborhood, in the form of simple advice we give in the last paragraph. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes We visited a sewage plant! With ever seen before, you may already clear how important it is water in our li ves, but since we collect in nature until we consume have to perform some action s to purify, to purify it, to remove impurities or bacteria and virus dangerous to our health. Let's distinguish two kinds of water treatment: 1) Water Treatmen t Plant: The only remove impurities that pulls the water from the spring, river or reservoir to your house and make it potable. 2) Wastewater treatment plants: those that are used to recycle water once used in our city (sewage) and return t his to nature as clean as possible for the cycle to start again. While early wor k in most populations because obviously we need water for drinking, the latter b egan to settle more and more, especially in large cities where the volume of was tewater is high and needs to "clean up" this before return back to the river or

swamp to start the cycle again. Obviously the plants "purification" of water are easier to build because it often only employ a filtering system to retain large impurities, a settling to separate the coarser particles of water and chemical treatment, usually with chlorine or fluorine to make it potable. You yourself, i f you do the experiments that we propose in this booklet, you can get a pretty g ood idea of how they work. However, "wastewater treatment" are more complex beca use they have to treat dirty water from a workshop with traces of paint, grease, etc.. to the sewage of a house which collects urine and excrement of people who may have diseases like hepatitis, gastroenteritis, etc.. Mainly this is why the y are not only more rare and unknown but also because its hard to see bacteria t reatment facilities make a dangerous place if you do not meet the appropriate se curity measures. From here we encourage you to take a virtual tour, nothing dang erous, a waste water treatment plant. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Here then, without risk to our health, how one Wastewater Treatment Plant: Very simple and visual we will try to explain the process: The water "dirty" tha t come from our homes are channeled to Station Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) usually by pipeline, sewer, etc. Upon reaching the plant, and through grilles a re different thicknesses, separated waste drag thicker than water (rags, sticks, plastic, etc). Once separated coarse material contaminated water will pass a la rge circular pool as a "mixer" separated sludge water and oxygen is prepared to go to the next pool. In the next call usually "bioreactor", the bacteria will fe ed both the organic matter that is suspended and the next dissolved in water Aft er removing the organic matter, water will leave other pools where sludge settle to remove fine and leaving only clean water. Finally, before returning to the n ature of the water to continue its cycle, by chemical means the water is purifie d, usually with chlorine. You can find more information about this topic in the CDROM that accompanies this booklet. Specifically, the presentation is titled WW TP. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes European Water Charter "No water, no life possible" In Strasbourg on May 6, 1968, the Council of Ministers of the European Community adopted a document is a declaration of principles on the water. These are the k ey principles: 1. There is no life without water. It is a 2. treasure for all human activity. Freshwater resources are not inexhaustible. It is necessary to preserve, monitor and increase them wherever possible. Water pol lution is damaging to man and other living creatures, which depend on water. Wat er quality must be maintained at adequate levels as the corresponding applicatio ns in particular must be adequate to meet the standard of public health. When th e wastewater is returned to the channel, should be such that it does not prevent subsequent uses. Maintaining an adequate plant cover, preferably forest, it is imperative for the conservation of water resources. 7. Water resources should be inventoried. 8. The economics of water resources must be planned by authorities. 9. Water conservation should be enhanced through intensive scientific research, training of specialists and adequate public information services. 10. Water is a common heritage, such value to be recognized by all. Everyone has a duty to us

e water carefully so as economically. 11. The management of water resources shou ld be based on natural watershed rather than political or administrative structu res. 12. Water knows no borders, as a common source requires cooperation. 3. 4. 5. 6. Strasbourg, May 6, 1968 INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Do not break the chain! To conclude this first part, some tips for there is nothing better than to lead by example and begin to care for oneself something as precious as water. As they say in those letters or jokes, as interpreted by each, which should not break t he chain, forwarding to friends and known, with the advice we give you then sugg est that you "do not break the chain" and passes this advice to several of your friends. If you cut the string, your planet and the people who populate it will thank you for at least a million years. 1. TIPS FOR SAVING WATER CONSUMPTION Use the shower instead of bath. Install a water dispenser in the toilet cistern, or simply placed inside an object that occupies space. Carefully close the tap whi le you brush your teeth, soap or shaving. Request information on water saving de vices that can be found on the market and install it. Use the washing machine an d dishwasher only when full. When buying any appliance, make sure it has a water saving device. Watch the taps and tanks do not leak. Not leak a drop of clean w ater down the drain. Install flow regulators in taps. Water plants sparingly and not to water in times of intense heat, it increases consumption. If a fault is detected on the street call the office for urgent repair. 2. TIPS FOR CLEAN WATE R Use the toilet only for its function and not trash. Do not throw frying oils, solvents, paints or other toxic chemicals into the sink. Placed in a green dot.€Us e detergents and soaps that do not contain phosphates. To clean the dishes or la undry detergents used. This will use less of it. Water used to clean a mixture o f mild detergent and vinegar. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes TO WORK Then, a series of exercises to demonstrate what they have learned so far, invest igate a little more about the subject, discussions with colleagues and demonstra te your creativity. To discuss Dividing the class into groups of four or six students (one of them will be the moderator and a secretary to record the contributions of the group) to discuss t he following topics: Do you think drinking water (tap water) you drink in your h ouse purified enough?. Explain the reasons for your argument. In your town there are often problems of drought?. Exhibit several actions you do or are willing t o do at home to help with the lack of water. Is there some kind in your local wa ter treatment? What kind? Where is it located?. If so, students who have visited any of the treatment plants to the rest explain what they saw on their visit. W hat problems would result in a lack of water in your home? What about at school?

"In the city? "In the countryside. Each student will discuss the problems that the lack of water would bring to each of the places listed. To complete A planet is known by the name of ......................... , But since ........ percent is water, it may well having been called Planet Water. All living things have a significant amount of ..................... in our body. The ........ pe rcent of the human body is water. The water can occur in three physical states: ......................., as ice, ............ ......, like water from a river, a nd ......................., like steam then forms clouds. It's called water .... ...................... which is fit for human consumption ...................... ..... which does not, such as water ............................ We can distingu ish two types of water treatment plants: the ......................... of ...... ......... and ................................................ ................. .......................... INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes To reason Choose a couple of principles of the European Water Charter and write a convinci ng explanation, with numerous examples to justify the need for all of these two principles. Principle Justification Principle Justification To investigate Choose a couple of colleagues from class to help you complete the following tabl e where you have a list of possible actions to regulate water consumption in hou ses (times per week) and the normal average consumption per person each time per form these actions in a house. In columns 3 and 4 put your data in columns 5 and 6 of your first mate and the two last ones of the second partner. Compare and d iscuss with them the results. Action Liters / 1 using 60 Shower (bathtub) 200 Cl eanliness of hands and face Toothbrushing August 5 Use the toilet 10 Drinking wa ter 1 / 4 Using the washer 100 Total: Times Times Total Total Total Views INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes To expose Draw the bullet a landscape where you collect the water cycle as complete as pos sible, and then explains what you have represented to the drawing. WATER CYCLE .................................................. ............................. ..................... ................................ ......................... ......................... .................................................. ... ............................. .................................................. .................................................. ............................ .... .................................................. ........................ .......................... ................................ .................... .............................. ................................................. . ................................ ............................................. ..... .................................................. ....................... ......... .................................................. ................... ............................... ................................ ............... ................................... ............................................ ...... ................................ ........................................ .......... .................................................. ..................

.............. ................................................................. ........... .................................................. ...... .......... ........................................ ....................................... ........... ................................ ................................... ............... .................................................. ............. ................... .................................................. ......... ......................................... ................................ ..... ............................................. .................................. ................ ................................ .............................. .................... .................................................. ........ ........................ .................................................. .... .............................................. ................................ .................................................. ............................. ..................... ................................ ......................... ......................... .................................................. ... ............................. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes To create Every year on 5 June, coinciding with World Environment Day celebrated at school and other activities in the municipality to encourage all respect and care for nature. Imagine that this year has touched you make the poster to celebrate this day. Since we have worked hard on the importance of water to life on our planet , do you dare to make the sign?. Do not overuse the text in it (the only thing r equired is to appear that is the date on which the activities will take place, t he name of your location and a phrase or slogan that is shocking. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes TO COUNT and recite Here are some stories and poems by the students of our school to read them and h elp them to illustrate their stories about the wonderful world of water. You can get some ideas for seizing the end you will be asked to write your own poetry o r story. Poems RAIN Through the sliding glass rain is wet, as the birthplace of pearl opening t o the sea. Its drops by pools beyond the clouds. The sun is out. Alba. WATER 5th year say that water is a source of life, birth and flee in a stampede springs. At the falls the water is embellished, and around the plants bloom. Water comes into our cities, the waste and throw away, we are their masters creyéndonos. In th e sea has its destiny, and evaporating its way. In an unequal world, without wat er others are suffering. Everyone must respect in the future if we enjoy it. Inm a. 5th year FRESH WATER passed under the bridge, clean, clear water that came down to the se a. Passed, I watched that all waters were together. It was crystal clear that it reflected my face. Rainwater irrigates the streets and river valleys. Fresh wat er quenches thirst man so as to animal and plants as well. Elizabeth. 5th year WATER CYCLE waters that fall from the clouds and the mountains from their summit s down. Down in rivers, through valleys where the kids play. In the seas and the sun will come evaporate. So day after day, the cycle will be met Carmelo. 5th y ear

INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Stories DROP travelers a day, a group of water droplets in a cloud were talking and watc hing the beautiful landscape visible from there. They all became good friends. W atching the earth from many meters high and traveled slowly but every day is get ting closer and closer to two very high mountains. One of the two mountains arou nd him white clouds, but on the other its clouds were black as coal because they were charged toxic particles. Continued to move slowly until they reached the w hite clouds. All were very happy, but began to take leave from her as soon jump from the cloud. One of the drops fell into the water. There he met other drops I did not know anything, with which they had a hard time making friends. Then, ov er time, came to the sea and the heat is evaporated again. He climbed and climbe d until he came a little dizzy, but soon it would happen again and rejoice, for there again be with her friends drops. Javier. SMALL 5th year drop in the sea ha d a small drop called Lucera. Every day playing with her friends until evaporate d. That made them very excited,€it was wonderful to soar. Each day was colder and colder, soon began to rain and all the drops from the cold solidified. Lucero di d not like it, and thought - what if I break into pieces? -. It took courage and closed his eyes, he fell, and before long he was unconscious on the branch of a tree. The rain stopped, Lucera got up, tried to remember what had happened and looking up, did not believe what they were seeing their eyes. In a branch above was one of his best friends, which began calling - Robin! Robin! Robin! Lucera H ello! Try to get to your branch! - Robin shouted. When brought down, Lucera aske d - how did you get here?. To which Robin replied - I too like you and then evap orates the cold made me freeze. While they talked, the sun began to heat a great time, ending our two friends to move back to its liquid state, so that while he slipped and fell from the branch to a stream that flowed under the tree. Robin told Lucera - this river we can take to the sea! -. It's true! - Robin said enth usiastically, and after a while I was playing again all at sea. Ana Belen. 5th y ear INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Have you taken note of the stories and poems of your peers?. Well, now your turn to tell those stories or poems that you sure are hovering over his head. You ca n use the rest of this page to write and illustrate your stories with drawings a nd poems. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Finally, using the template, represented in the format of the comic (using ballo ons, onomatopoeia, etc.) the story of a drop since leaving the land until it ret urns. You have six bullets to be counting on text (bullet foot) and drawing the graphic story of his adventures during the trip. DROP THE ADVENTURES OF CLARA .................................................. ............. ............... ................................... ............. .................................................. ............. ............... ................................... .............

.................................................. ............. ............... ................................... ............. .................................................. ............. ............... ................................... ............. .................................................. ............. ............... ................................... ............. .................................................. ............. ............... ................................... ............. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes TO INVESTIGATE Who said that science is not fun?. Here we propose a series of experiments that you can easily do at home. You do not need special materials to make them and of course, some water! HOT AIR, COLD AIR MATERIALS: A bottle, a balloon, a bowl, hot water and ice. PROCEDURE: Place the balloon on the neck of the bottle. Place the bottle in the container and fill wi th hot water. After a few minutes you will see that the balloon begins to swell. Replace the hot water ice. What do you see? DISTANCE OF A STORM MATERIALS: A watch with a second and, of course, a stormy day. PROCEDURE: Once l ightning is measured how many seconds pass until you hear the thunder. Because s ound travels about 340 m in each second. If for example you spend ten seconds be tween the lightning and thunder, the storm will be at 3400 meters. RECORD DISTAN CE IN YOUR NOTEBOOK. SE "toward or away from the storm? THE RAINBOW MATERIALS: A glass or jam jar, water, white sheet of paper. PROCEDURE: On a sunn y day put a glass or a jam jar full of water on the sill of a window so that you give the sun in the water. Place a sheet of white paper. WHAT COLORS APPEAR? INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes AN UNDERWATER MATERIALS: A plastic bottle, plasticine, a plastic tube, coins and tape. PROCEDU RE: Make two or three small holes on one side of the bottle. Stick with the help of the tape three or four coins on the same side of the bottle. These weights w ill cause the bottle to sink. Place the tube in the cap of the bottle closed wit h plasticine. Place the sub in the tub, let it fill with water and sink. Blow th e pipe to send air into the bottle.€This causes the water to drain through the hol es and allow the submarine to fill with air. The submarine rises to the surface. After the experiment, SAYS SUBMARINE AS A METAL CAN EASILY TO THE GROUND UP Following the same scheme (materials, procedure and question) used the rest of t he page to propose you a new experiment involving water. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes

Keyboard This section of the booklet have to take the accompanying CDROM for the activiti es we have prepared with the computer. In the first, a presentation with Power P oint, several pupils summary us an interesting talk that some time ago in our sc hool gave the technician responsible (biologist) Environment Area of the City of Logan D. Juan Ignacio Rodríguez Santiago. We have made a selection of the most re presentative slides of the fifty that were projected and discussed with texts th at refer to each of them. It is not just to observe how the water cycle occurs i n our municipality and province, but to see the two types of treatment plants, a nd especially wastewater, which their dangerousness is advised not to visit with groups of pupils aged early, such as primary education. The second, much more i nteractive than the first, is a water program that allows you to spend some time with the keyboard and mouse and expanding remembering everything we learned abo ut the water. This has been done Author Tool Click the public domain and very po pular among teachers. Here some screenshots of the two applications and some sim ple instructions to locate and execute the Cdrom. Virtual Visit to a Wastewater Treatment Plant To complete what we already know about the Water Cycle and the importance of was tewater treatment plant, which we call WWTP from now, we suggest you locate a fi le with that name, WWTP. Once you click on it the display goes up. Then click th e mouse every time you want to advance the slide show to the next screen. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Interactive Multimedia Application In the same previous Cdrom've noticed that there is another file that has the na me WATER, Show us what you've learned about the water! and have fun with the key board and mouse. In this program you'll find a wide variety of exercises that th e teachers we have prepared for you to continue enjoying the water: Complete sen tences Crossword Puzzles Associations ... INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes TO SAIL When we prepared this booklet, teachers and students have often resorted to the Internet to find information (http://www.google.com), experiments or drawings to investigate the water. In this final section we will also propose you surf the Web, but in a tour because we will always move through different pages from the same site (http://mbgnet.mobot.org/fresh/cycle/index.htm). The main problem is t hat the page is in English, so please consult with your teacher of English, have a good English dictionary conventional hand or a good dictionary refresh RAM re sident in the Babylon, which 've used on other occasions in the computer room. Activity 1: Introduction to Water Cycle Go to the address http://mbgnet.mobot.org/salt/cycle/index.htm 1. Read the Intro duction page. 2. Answer the following questions in your journal: What is the wat er cycle? How much of the Earth's surface is covered by water? How much of Earth 's water salt water? What percentage of Earth's water is fresh? How much of Eart h's water is potable or drinkable water? Activity 2: Scientific Concepts Go to the address http://mbgnet.mobot.org/salt/cycle/concepts.htm 1. Read all th e information presented on this site. 2. Complete the following questions in you r notebook. Make a list of six important processes that form the water cycle. De scribe the process of evaporation. What is the first factor that promotes evapor

ation? Explain why the water going into the atmosphere may be cleaner? What is t he opposite process of evaporation? Describe the term condensation and explain h ow it happens. What does the condensed water becomes a drop? Describe the proces s of precipitation.€Why is the surface runoff an important part of the water cycle ? How is the infiltration of clean water? Define transpiration. INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes Activity 3: The Cycle Go to the address http://mbgnet.mobot.org/salt/cycle/cycle.htm 1. Read all the i nformation presented in this section. 2. Complete the following questions in you r notebook. Where constantly cycled and recycled water? What types of rain water back to the surface of the Earth? List the three states of water. How much wate r there is now compared with the water that existed on Earth for hundreds of mil lions of years? Use a whole page of his notebook to copy the diagram of the wate r cycle. Activity 4: Formation of Clouds Go to the address http://mbgnet.mobot.org/salt/cycle/clouds.htm 1. Read all the information presented in this section. 2. Answer the following in your notebook: How are clouds? Why are considered rare to see clouds in desert places? List so me factors that have influence on the size of the clouds. Who invented the names of the clouds? According to information from the clouds, describing how it woul d work and how each of the following clouds: cumulonimbus nimbostratus Altostrat us Cirrocumulus cloud Note: These four guided activities we have located in The Educational Source "in the Kentucky Migrant Technology Project INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE C.P. TETOUAN - LINARES - © E. Caravantes CONTENTS This teaching unit on the water is structured as follows: READ ooooooo many mill ions of years ago ... The Wonderful Water Cycle Where does the water we drink? D o you run out of water? We visited a sewage plant! European Water Charter not br eak the chain! Oooooo WORK To complete order to discuss reasons to investigate To expose to cre ate To count and recite or Poems or account for investigating oooo Hot air, cold air distance of a storm submarine El Arco Iris Keyboard or Virtual Visit to a Wastewater Treatment Plant or Interactive Multime dia Application NAVIGATIONAL oooo Activity 1: Introduction to Water Cycle Activi ty 2: Activity 3 Science Concepts: The Cycle Activity 4: Formation of Clouds INTEGRAL CYCLE OF WATER, A COMMITMENT TO LIFE