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Science 2, Lesson 48
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When you blew on the little pieces of paper and the science book, what were you imitating?
Are there some things too heavy for a normal wind to pick up?
Hurricanes and tornadoes are kinds of __________ that are very strong.
In hurricanes and tornadoes it travels in circles.
In hurricanes and tornadoes, does the wind travel in zigzags or circles?
____________ and __________ can pick up houses, trees and cars.
No, tornadoes and hurricanes are dangerous.
If a tornado or a hurricane came, should you go outside so you can see it?
A windsock tells how fast and in what direction the ___________ is moving.
One end of a __________ needs to be open to catch the wind.
A lot of plants and animals can't be safe and healthy where there is a lot of wind.
Do all plants and animals do well where there is a lot of wind?
There is a lot of wind near the ocean.
Is there much wind near the ocean?
Does wind help determine which animals and plants live in a place?
Do seagulls do well living by the ocean?
Do wrens do well living by the ocean?
Only certain kinds of plants do well where there is a lot of ____________.
Can the wind make trees so they are permanently bent over?
Does the wind change our environment?
A windmill is a machine that catches the energy of the __________ and uses it to run a machine.
Windmills are like big ______________.
The fan part of the windmill or pinwheel catches the ____________.
The straw turned with the pinwheel.
Did the straw attached to Mrs. Vick's pinwheel turn with it, or did the pinwheel turn by itself.
wire, paper clip
When the straw turned it wound up the __________ and made the __________ go up.
Do the people who make big windmills use them to wind up paper clips?
If people in Holland want to remove water from a place they use the wind energy captured by the ______________ to do it.
rise up into the air.
The first part of the water cycle happens when the sun shines on water on the ground. The heat of the sun causes the water to ________________.
Plants and trees also give off ___________ which goes up into the air.
When the water gets to the sky it forms a ____________ filled with water vapor.
What do we call it when the cloud gets too full and the water falls back down?
The sun shines on it and it heats up and goes up into the air all over again.
When the rain falls down it lands on soil and and runs into the rivers, lakes, and oceans. What happens then?
The same water is used again and again.
Does God keep making new water all the time or does the same water just get used again and again.
No, there are plants and animals in a river.
Do rivers, lakes, and swamps just have water in them?
Is an alligator more likely to live in a river, a lake, or a swamp?
Do plants grow in the swamp?
Swamp plants need a lot of water.
Do you think swamp plants need a lot of water or just a little?
Can living things stay alive without water?
It will be a jungle.
If a habitat has a lot of water will it be a desert or a jungle?
It will be a desert.
If a habitat has almost no water, will it be a desert or a jungle?
Who made some plants especially for the jungle and other plants especially for the desert?
What happens to the alligators, turtles, fish, and plants in the swamp habitat if the water dries up?
Which is the most important part of the environment, wind or water?
A water wheel is like a big pinwheel that captures the energy of moving _____________.
Big water wheels are used to make electricity.
Do the people who make big water wheels use them to wind up paper clips on a wire or to make electricity?
Can water wheels also be used to grind wheat and corn?
People build a great big wall right across a river. The water can't flow past the wall and it backs up and makes a lake.
What is a dam? (not a cuss word)
People build dams to make lakes where there were no ____________ before.
The ___________ are used for boating, swimming, and fishing.
Since the water is blocked from going there any more it will get dry.
If you build a dam across a river, will the part on the other side of the dam where the water can't go anymore stay wet or get dry.
Yes, since the river water has no other place to go it will just keep making the lake bigger and bigger.
If you build a dam across a river and never let any of the water out, would the lake just keep getting bigger and bigger?
Yes, or else the lake would get too big.
Do they have to let some water through sometimes?
They capture energy from water.
Do dams capture energy from water or wind?
The energy captured by a dam is used to make _______________.
Can wind change an environment?
Can water change an environment?
Can people change an environment?
Did Mrs. Vick use wind and water to make her pinwheel turn and wind up the paper clip on the wire?
Can we use the energy of wind and water to make machines work?
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