Check our our awesome understanding of the water cycle with these letters to Mr. Snowman!
Dear Jack Frost, I'm sorry there wasn't so much snow and it's been too sunny. I am sorry, but you will melt. But it is going to be fine because you will run off into the ocean and evaporate then condensate then precipitate then a kid will build you again!
Dear Snowman, I hope you don't melt, but it's true you will melt, but don't worry you will melt and you will turn into run off. You will go into the ocean. Then you will get evaporation. You'll turn into condensation and then you will turn into precipitation and then we will build you again.
Dear Snowman, I know how hot it is this winter. I hope you don't melt. But if you do you will always come back next time it snows. You'll evaporate into the sky. Then you'll condensate in the clouds. And then you'll precipitate and you'll come back down like snow. Then we can build you again.
Dear Blaze Rider, Don't worry it's fine if the weather is weird, but you'll melt. But you'll be in the air. That's called evaporation (ee-vap-or-ay-shon). And you'll form a cloud called condensation (con-den-say-shon). If you get heavy you will precipitate (per-sip-i-tate). Next, you'll be back!