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        Moving Water

        Explore how water found in oceans, rivers, and other water bodies changes form and flows downward in this video gallery produced by WGBH. Liquid water is found in water bodies across the planet. In locations where freezing temperatures occur, liquid water turns to solid ice. Students can use the video gallery to explore and identify characteristics of water and describe how water is found in different forms in different locations on Earth.

        To view the Activity, Background Essay, and Teaching Tips for this media gallery, go to Support Materials below. This resource was developed through WGBH’s Bringing the Universe to America’s Classrooms project, in collaboration with NASA. Click here for the full collection of resources.

        Observe Water in Winter and Summer

        In this video segment produced for Teachers' Domain, observe frozen water in winter and liquid water in summer, at the same location.

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        Follow the Water

        Ella and her dad, Mike, follow the path of melting snow, in this video from PLUM LANDING.

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        Greenland Melt Water

        This video offers students opportunities to observe and describe various scenes of the Greenland ice sheet, including both solid and liquid forms, as it melts and flows downward to empty into the sea.

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