THE UNIVERSE

WATCH THIS VIDEO
CAN YOU IMAGINE HOW BIG THE UNIVERSE IS?






THE SOLAR SYSTEM

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THE EARTH

WATCH THIS VIDEO CALLED "WHY DOES THE EARTH HAVE SEASONS?"

Solar System:
Why Does The Earth Have Seasons?
THEN DO THIS LISTENING COMPREHENSION ACTIVITY
(prepared by Gracia Marín)
THEN CHECK YOUR ANSWERS




THE WATER CYCLE

THE WATER CYCLE SONG


THE WATER CYCLE SONG by Tom Glazer and Darren Parr
Heating by sunlight is the source of energy for all changes in the weather.
This heat evaporates water from oceans, lakes and earth and changes it into water vapour.
The Sun heats the earth and the oceans and lakes
And it causes the vapour to rise.
As it rises, it cools and condenses
and makes all the clouds that we see in the skies.
All the clouds have been formed
‘Cause the land and sea were warmed
And the vapour goes up with the air.
And you know that water evaporates
when you see those clouds up there.
Evaporation and condensation
The water cycle, the water cycle
Followed by precipitation
The water cycle, the water cycle
The never-ending cycle is taking place
All the time and everywhere.
The sun heats the earth and the oceans and lakes
And it causes the vapour to rise
As it rises it cools and condenses
And makes all the clouds that we see in the skies.
All the clouds have been formed
‘Cause the land and sea were warmed
And the vapour goes up with the air.
And you know that water evaporates
When you see those clouds up there.
Evaporation and condensation
The water cycle, the water cycle
Followed by precipitation
The water cycle, the water cycle
The never-ending cycle is taking place
All the time and everywhere.
The rain and the hail and the sleet and the snow
Falling down on the land and the sea
Fill the lakes and the ponds and the rivers that flow
To the oceans continually
And the heat-giving sun just repeats what it has done
And the vapour goes up with the air
And you know that water can circulate
When you see those clouds up there.
Evaporation and condensation
The water cycle, the water cycle
Followed by precipitation
The water cycle, the water cycle
The never-ending cycle is taking place
All the time and everywhere.