Day 6: Make a Water Cycle JarDay 6: Make a Water Cycle JarMake your own water cycle jar so you can observe the magical, invisible process of water moving all around us.<div class="ExternalClass92FC31BD1A4D4438BEF9CFF121503209"><p>​The water cycle is happening all around us, nearly invisible to observation. Build your own water cycle jar, and make observations over several days. Remember to record your observations in your Science Notebook.</p><ol><li>Gather materials: two clean mason jars, a pile of sand, a rock, a cup with some water inside, and duct tape.</li><li>Take one mason jar and fill it a few inches high with sand, place the rock on top of the sand, and then fill the jar with water about halfway up the sand.</li><li>Take the other mason jar and turn it upside down on top of the first mason jar (the one that is filled with materials). </li><li>Duck tape the mason jars together.</li><li>Place your completed water cycle jar in a sunny part of the room or under an ar​tificial light that gives off heat.</li><li>Observe the water cycle jar three times a day at different times, morning, afternoon, and night. Observe it at least five days.</li><li>Record your observations in your Science Notebook.</li><br></ol></div>https://www.phoenix.gov/waterservicessite/Lists/WAMCalendar/Attachments/38/rain-455124_1920.jpg4/6/2022 7:00:00 AM