Water Cycle Task Cards Activity and Assessment NGSS MS ESS2 4


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This is a perfect 45-minute introductory lesson, scaffold, review, independent work packet or sub plan forESS2.C:  The Roles of Water in Earth’s Surface Processes. What Students Do: Students have meaningful discussions about each task card. They agree on an answer and answer in a Google Form or Answer Sheet. Students then finish with a 10 question Google Form Assessment.

This resource includes the following:

  • 20 engaging task cards with visuals
  • Google Form Answer Sheet
  • Hard Copy Answer Sheet
  • Google Form Assessment
  • Answer Key

Concepts Included:

· Water Cycle

· Runoff

· Crystallization

· Transpiration

· Precipitation

· Condensation

· Evaporation

· Gravity

· Solid, Liquid, Gas 

· Sun’s Energy

Includes the Following NGSS Standards:

ESS2.C:  The Roles of Water in Earth’s Surface Processes

• Water continually cycles among land, ocean, and atmosphere via transpiration, evaporation, condensation and crystallization, and precipitation, as well as downhill flows on land. (MS-ESS2-4)

• Global movements of water and its changes in form are propelled by sunlight and gravity. (MS-ESS2-4)


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