All the teachers and other staff have been abducted by Aliens from the Water Planet.
You and your classmates are the only remaining experts in the entire school. YOU ARE the teachers! Having studied the science of water, you have been approached by other younger students in the school who want to know, "Why does it rain so much?" and "Where does all this rain come from?" and "Where does all the water go once it hits earth?".
It's up to you to answer their questions, making sure to give them all the important details, using words that a first-grader can understand.
- You will have to put on your "HYDROLOGISTS" (water scientists, a geologist skilled in hydrology) hat and discover a simple way to explain the water cycle process to them.
- You will make a Water Cycle Diagram and choose one other way to teach them, from this list:
- Prepare an informational poster with a diagram of the water cycle
- Work with another student to create a podcast, on the web, of your findings, using an interview format...play that for your first-grade audience.
- Write a simple poem or song/rap detailing the answers to their questions.