Precipitation: Solid or Liquid? Worksheet

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First of all, make sure that your students know what the word «precipitation» means. If there is still some confusion as to the meaning, teach them that precipitation is water that falls on the ground from the clouds and sky in solid or liquid form. For example, rain falls in liquid form, and snow falls in frozen form. Now, look through this worksheet with your students and check if the forms of precipitation pictured are in solid or liquid form.

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