Students will explore the school grounds searching for water related objects and draw the shapes they represent.
Students predict and investigate what happens to rain when it falls on different surfaces.
Students gather information on what goes down their kitchen sink, discuss their findings as a class and write an informative text about what they've discovered.
This hands-on demonstration will have students predicting what pollutes water bodies and identifying ways to stop water pollution.
Students listen and then discuss the meaning to Tiddalik the Frog story and construct puppets from characters in the story.
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After learning about wastewater and where it goes, students will showcase their creativity by presenting a poster they designed.
Students gain a basic understanding of the water cycle through animation and story telling.
Students will learn why water is important and establish a basic understanding of the water cycle.
The gold rush saw a rapid increase in the population of Western Australia which put pressure on water sources, leading to the development of methods of mining that did not rely on water.
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