Condensation Lesson for Kids: Definition & Example

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When you leave a cold drink outside on a warm day, the water that condenses on the side of the glass comes from _____.

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1. When water changes from a gas (water vapor) to a liquid (liquid water), it is called _____.

2. Clouds in the atmosphere form because _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You may have witnessed condensation when you've had a cold glass in your warm hands. This quiz will help you see how well you understand this process.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz will test what you know about these topics:

  • Process in which water changes from a gas to a liquid
  • How clouds in the atmosphere form
  • Where the water that condenses on a glass comes from
  • What water vapor's molecules do during condensation

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understood the most important information from the Earth science lesson
  • Interpreting information - show that you can read information about the effects of temperature and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - remember what you've learned about vapor and liquid

Additional Learning

For more about this subject, review the lesson titled Condensation Lesson for Kids: Definition & Example. This includes more details, such as:

  • Definitions of water vapor and condensation
  • Speed of water vapor molecules in the air
  • Examples of condensation inside and outside the home
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