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Water Incursions

3rd August 2016 BY: sustainabilityhub@ceres.org.au

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Exploring how to look after this precious resource.

 

Foundation to Grade 2 – A River’s Tale

  • A RIVER’S TALE Explore the life of a river and discover why it is so important to conserve freshwater.
  • Become a character in the river’s tale and learn how you can positively or negatively influence the health of the creek.
  • Learn about the water cycle, and find out the fundamental role rivers and creeks play in this global movement of water.


Foundation to Grade 2 – WaterCyclists

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  • Learn about the water cycle using costumes, props and acting.
  • Explore why water is so important.
  • Investigate how much water we use and how we use it in our community.
  • Participate in activities that explore how to conserve water at home and school.


Grade 3 & 4 – A River’s Tale

  • Explore the life of a river and discover why it is so important to conserve freshwater.
  • Become a character in the river’s tale and learn how you can positively or negatively influence the health of the creek.
  • Learn about the water-cycle, and find out the fundamental role rivers and creeks play in this global movement of water.
  • Discuss strategies to improve the health of waterways


Grade 3 & 4 – Water for Life

  • Learn how Australian people use water compared with people from other countries.
  • Experience traditional ways of carrying water.
  • Become citizens of other countries and make decisions on your water consumption priorities and how to manage with small water “budgets”.
  • Explore different attitudes to water use.
  • Learn about issues and associated with small water allowances such as health and hygiene.


Grade 5 to Year 10 – Water for Life

  • Learn how Australian people use water compared with people from other countries.
  • Experience traditional ways of carrying water.
  • Become citizens of other countries and make decisions on your water consumption priorities and how to manage with small water “budgets”.
  • Explore different attitudes to water use.
  • Learn about issues and associated with small water allowances such as health and hygiene.
  • Explore the deeper issues of water restrictions in urban and rural communities.
  • Consider the available options to managing our own drought-stricken communities. What issues are there behind relying on desalination plants?
  • Be involved in role-play activities to understand community concerns over changes to water restrictions and water management

 

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