chandra thiagarajan


Water, water, water!

Water is essential for all life—
--plant, animal and human life.

Water is clear
Water is colourless
Water is tasteless
Water is transparent
Water pours on Earth as rain.

Water covers about 3/4of the Earth's surface
Water bodies are ocean, sea, lake, river
Water can be had from wells by digging the Earth
Water naturally occurs as mineral water as at spa.

Water is in liquid form
Water is in solid form (ice)
Water is in gaseous form (water vapour)
Water is as snow and snowflakes.

Water is secreted from the body-
-as urine, tears, perspiration, and saliva.

Water is a chemical compound
Water is composed of two elements
Water molecule contains—
-one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms.
Water boils at 212 degrees F or 100 degrees C
Water freezes at 32 degrees F o 0 degrees C.

Water, water, water!

Submitted: Friday, December 14, 2012
Edited: Saturday, December 15, 2012

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