Water is all around us. We have lots of words to describe water and the things we do with water.
Weather is something that we all experience daily and water in its many forms plays a big part in weather. Water is in the big fluffy clouds we see on a clear day. Water is in the rain or snow that falls in winter.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe water and weather how water interacts with its surroundings.
Some scientists say that life on earth would not be possible it wasn’t for the unique properties of water. One thing is certain: we have many words that describe water in its different states and forms.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe states and forms of water and what water can do.
More than two-thirds of earth is covered in water. This means that most of us live near water. Some of us live near manmade objects that help us access water, like a pool. Some of us live near a river or an ocean. We have many words that describe bodies of water.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe landforms associated with water.
For many people relaxing by a lake or the ocean is the perfect way to spend a lazy afternoon. It’s a good thing then that there are so many kinds of bodies of water to relax by.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe words for bodies of water.
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