Summary from Scholastic: A drop of rain is a drop of life. From steam to snow, from polluted to purified, from stratus cloud to subterranean crack- water links the world in a living flow. Traveling with Drop, readers will see the world, inside and out, from solid, liquid and vaporous viewpoints. The everlasting, ever-changing Drop earns our respect for water and its unique role on Earth.
How to use A Drop Around the World in the classroom.:
- Learn more about the water cycle with Thirstin’s Water Cycle.
- Learn the Water Cycle Boogie and discuss important vocabulary words from Valley Water’s lesson plan.
- Research and investigate water and the water cycle with resources from the EPA’s Water Source Books (free!).
- Have students engage in a variety of exciting online science tools with Interactive Sites for Education.
- Learn all about the water cycle with resources from NASA.
The Water Cycle Video from National Science Foundation
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