Teaching Kids about Water Conservation & the Water Cycle
Ways to teach kids about Water Conservation & the Water Cycle - Earth day activities | environmental science elementary & middles school
How Much Water Do You Consume?
Did you know the average American family of four can use 400 gallons of water per day? Find out some more interesting facts about water consumption in this infographic.
WHY SHOULD I SAVE WATER?
In our last classes we've been talking about what's good and bad for the environment. We've learnt about the 3 Rs: Recycle, Reuse and Reduce. Today we've read the book Why Should I Save Water? This story tells us how we can all save water, for example, not leaving the taps on while brushing our teeth or while doing the washing up. Now answer these questions: 1. What's good for the environment? Recycling is good for the environment. Walking to school is good for the environment. 2. What's bad…
World Water Day Trifold Research Brochure, 3 Flip Books, Info Sheet, Map Work
Celebrate World Water Day with this exciting pack of projects! The info sheet will generate class discussion on the water crisis, and the trifold brochure project is a fun way for kids to show what they've learned about economic and physical scarcity. There are three flip books featuring different types of water solutions: sand dams, borehole wells, and rainwater catchment. Students will learn all about each system as they assemble the flip books.