Did you know that rainwater
comes from the earth,
of the lakes, rivers, oceans, plants
and even the animals?
The water has to rise before it goes down.
When the water rises to the air we say that it has “evaporated”.
And when this same water falls to the ground we say that “Rains”.
You don't see how the water evaporates,
but you know it does
because when the sun heats up
the puddles disappear,
dresses dry quickly,
the water of the lakes, from the rivers,
and even from the same fish tanks it decreases,
plants wither and wither,
and the children drink a lot of water.
When there is enough water in the air,
falls to the ground in the form of raindrops.
Water always makes
the same trip:
rises into the air when it evaporates
and falls to the ground when it rains.