# Rivers

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• Evaporation of water from plants. (13)
• Rain. Rain. Rain (13)
• Shows how water moves around. It is a closed system-no input or outputs, the water just flows around. It is has different parts- the sea, the land, the atmosphere. (12, 5)
• The area of land drained by a river. They are open systems- inputs, outputs and storage. (8, 5)
• When water flows overground. (7, 6)
• When water in rocks flows downhill. (11, 4)
• When water is heated by the sun and turns into water vapour. (12)
• When water is held in things like lakes, reservoirs and puddles. (7, 7)
• When water is stored underground in soil and rock. A rock that stores water is called an aquifer e.g. chalk. (11, 7)
• When water lands on things like plant leaves and doesn't hit the ground. (12, 7)

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A bit of a challenge against the clock. Work out the answers and then (if you have time!) find them in the grid... They are good words to learn and include in your exam answers.

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2 Down is spelt wrong:

It's "Evaporation", there's no u

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