Precipitation, accumulation, evaporation, condensation… ‘round and ‘round the Water Cycle goes:
“The clouds fill up and then let go with rain or hail or sleet or snow. That’s precipitation.
“And all that water collects and waits in puddles, oceans, streams and lakes. That’s accumulation.
“The sun makes water rise up high becomes a gas or cloudy sky. That’s evaporation.
“Now in the sky it gets cold and then the clouds turn into water again. And that’s condensation.”
Learn about the water cycle with Minneapolis-based “kindie” rock band The Bazillions. The animated watercolor music video for their educational song, featuring waves, rain, marine animals, forests, flowers, mac-n-cheese, and more, was directed by Eric Kreidler of EG Design.
Water Cycle is on The Bazillions’ 2015 children’s music album On The Bright Side.
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