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Water Forms

Pure water is tasteless, odourless, and colourless. Water can occur in three states: solid (ice), liquid, or gas (vapour).

An Ocean is the biggest body of water.

A Sea is a salt water form which is smaller than an ocean.

ALake is a body of water surrounded by land. It contains fresh water.

A River is a current of water that flows downward until it reaches the sea. Rivers start as underground springs that form brooks and streams. Some rivers flow rapidly; others flow slowly.

A Waterfall is a body of water that drops from a high place. Waterfalls are found on hill and mountainsides.

A Pond is still a body of water which is smaller than a lake.

A Geyser is a hot spring with boiling water that often shoots water into the air like a fountain.

A Swamp is a place where the land is muddy and wet. Many plants such as trees and shrubs grow in swamps.

6 Comments

  1. Olga 3-A

    I like the frogs

  2. Dasha 3ªA

    I like the project.

  3. mara 3A

    Mara 3A
    My project is very nice!!!!!

  4. Andrea 3A

    It is my favourite science activity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Lila3-A

    i like this water forms

  6. Ooooh my God! I wonder about the plasticine in water…

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