About the Water Cycle
Evaporation is the first stage of the water cycle. The sun heats up the water and it goes up into the sky in the form of an invisible gas called water vapor. Then it turns into tiny water droplets and comes together, forming a cloud. This process is called condensation. Next it falls from the sky, called precipitation. From there it goes to runoff, and into a large body of water. It can do transpiration, which is evaporation from plants, sublimation which is the evaporation of water strait from snow, or start evaporation all over again from water.