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Water: Games

Games

Desktop games are a great way to stimulate interest and motivate kids. Here you will find links to an assortment of interactive games and activities from the Internet for use in your classroom. They cover this topic and can be used in a computer lab, on an interactive whiteboard, or on individual computer systems. There are a variety of skill levels in these activities.

Flash, Java, Shockwave, QuickTime or other interactive plug-ins may be required. Each individual site will advise you as to the needs, as necessary.

Control the Water Cycle

Snowman



From the EPA – control your own version of the water cycle. Great practice in learning how the water cycle impacts the environment.

Build Your Own Aquifer

Hose

Learn about and build your own aquifer. Great images and narrated tutorial of an aquifer. Then build an aquifer at home or in your classroom with simple materials.

Water Drop Game

drop





Be a droplet of water in the water cycle here.

Create the Weather!

Create your own weather at scholastic.com – adjust the humidy and temperature to see just what sort of weather these changes bring on. You get to control the water cycle.

Weather

Everything Water

Water

Everything water: from conservation to water cycle to water usage is right here. It's a buffet of water interactives for you.

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