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Nature Trackers Club Monthly Challenge | Rainy Days

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Attention Nature Trackers!

Water is important to all living things including humans, animals, and plants. But, animals and plants don’t have a kitchen faucet like we do – they get their water from rainfall. Water can also be in the form of water vapor, or invisible moisture that is held in the air - you can feel it on a hot and humid day. As water vapor collects together they form clouds in the sky. As the clouds continue to collect water vapor, the vapor turns into water droplets. When the droplets get big enough the cloud can no longer hold them so the water droplets fall to earth, and that’s how we get rain.

Download this month's challenge and collect rain and document it with the Rainy Day Chart!

Happy Observing!

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