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Leaf it to Me
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This is one activity that is part of a larger unit on the Hydrologic Cycle. Students place a bag around a living tree limb or bush, making sure it is sealed. The bag is left there for at least 2 hours. Water will have collected in a corner of the bag. Students explore transpiration by capturing water that plants release through their leaves.

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Hydrology
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The Rain Man
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This is an activity that is part of a larger unit on the Hydrologic Cycle. Students create “precipitation” by suspending a bag of ice over a container with hot water. The water vapor in the air condenses on the bag. When enough water accumulates the water begins to join together and will eventually drip back into the container.

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Hydrology
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National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
National Weather Service
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NGSS@NSTA