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Water can be observed in lakes, ponds, streams, wetlands, the ocean and through weather events. Freezing and melting of water are investigated through measurements and observations using technology, in the classroom or in a natural setting

Water can be observed in lakes, ponds, streams, wetlands, the ocean and through weather events. Freezing and melting of water are investigated through measurements and observations using technology, in the classroom or in a natural setting. Examining maps (virtual or 2-D) of Ohio, world maps or globes can illustrate the amount of Earth’s surface that is covered in water and why it is important to learn about water. Water can change the shape of the land (e.g. moving soil or sand along the banks of a river or at the beach).

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