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As the game progresses, the tracking sheet will look something like [[Media:Water_Cycle_Game_Tracking_Sheet_Example.pdf|this example]].
 
As the game progresses, the tracking sheet will look something like [[Media:Water_Cycle_Game_Tracking_Sheet_Example.pdf|this example]].
  
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Latest revision as of 13:15, 2 June 2012

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Ever wonder where the water you're drinking came from? Where were those water molecules last? With the roll of the dice, you can simulate the journey water molecules may take as they travel within the water cycle.

Taken from: NOAA Water Cycle Game


Preparation

Read and understand the Instructions

Prepare the cubes (dice) in advance (can be time consuming). Print the PDF file, cut and glue where indicated.

Place Station labels around the meeting hall.

Playing

Give each player, or team (if desired), a Tracking Sheet.

As the game progresses, the tracking sheet will look something like this example.