For the water course, the purpose of the assignment was to make a mini hydrological cycle out of a tin can and other materials. For example, when we made our mini cycle, we put ice on the top of the tin and when the ice melted, it represented rain.

My favorite part of this project was actually seeing the ice melt and land on the paper because of the heat coming of the hot water.

I learned that the mini hydrological cycle that we created was a great representation of what happens in the real world, from the hot water evaporating in the air, to the ice melting and raining on to paper/land.