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Where Does Water Come From?
Water water everywhere. Thanks to the water cycle, Earth is covered in water. Watch a video that explains how water changes throughout the water cycle.
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- Use as an introduction to the water cycle
- Video is the fifth in a series of 26
- Best used with elementary-aged scientists
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- Video's narrator and visuals help support the exploration of the topic
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