Meaning, and Sources of Water



Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we’re going to embark on a watery quest and explore the amazing world of water – the clear liquid that makes life on Earth so special. Get ready to make a splash and discover the wonders of water!

Meaning, and Sources of Water

The Meaning of Water

Alright, my curious minds, today’s journey is all about a magical substance that can be gentle like a whisper or powerful like a roaring river. Can you guess what it is? That’s right, it’s water! Let’s dive in and learn all about it.

The Meaning of Water

Think of water as a liquid hug from nature. It’s that clear stuff you see in rivers, lakes, and even in the glass you drink from. Water is essential for life – plants, animals, and humans all need it to survive!

Sources of Water

Sources of Water

Rain: Have you ever danced in the raindrops falling from the sky? Rain is one of the ways water comes to Earth. It’s like a shower for plants and animals!

Rivers and Lakes

Rivers and Lakes

Imagine a river flowing gracefully or a calm lake reflecting the sky. These are sources of water too! Rivers carry water from high places to low places, and lakes are like big puddles that hold water.

Oceans: Have you seen the vast, beautiful ocean? It’s like a gigantic pool of water that stretches as far as you can imagine. Oceans cover most of our planet and are home to many amazing creatures.

Interactive Exploration:

Grab a glass of water and a piece of ice. Watch what happens when the ice melts. Where did the water come from? It’s like a mini science experiment in your hands!


Today, we delved into the world of water – the magical liquid that’s essential for life. We learned about its meaning and discovered some of its sources.


Ready for a creativity challenge? Draw a big, beautiful water drop on a piece of paper. Inside the drop, write or draw pictures of all the sources of water we talked about – rain, rivers, lakes, and oceans.

Weekend Assignment

This weekend, take a nature walk with a grown-up. Look for signs of water sources like puddles, creeks, or even dew on leaves. Take a photo or draw what you find, and share your watery discoveries with us next time!

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class we shall be discussing Uses and Importance of Water.

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