Resources to appreciate World Water Day
World Water Day has been held every year since 1993, to raise awareness of the estimated 2.2 billion people living without access to clean water.
Let your students appreciate how privileged most of us are to have safe water at our fingertips, by using these fresh-water-themed resources.
Ways to save water
Grade 1 Life Skills Term 4 Theme: Water A PowerPoint about ways to save water. Fun and colourful way of teaching. FONTS USED: * ABC Junior Typing * Hello Bubble Butt (Available for free @ https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Hello-Fonts-Personal-Non-Commercial-Use-301730)
Multiplication Facts for 10 Times Table Practice - Mystery Pictures - Boom™ Cards
Grade 4 Geography Term 4- Water in South Africa- Powerpoint and PDF summaries
Gr.4 Geography Term 1 summary with beautiful visual illustrations. (in line with the content of Platinum Social Science Learner guide) Works well for presentations in the classroom, as well as for exam preparation. Effective motivational and visual learning aid that organizees learning outcomes. Paying attention, categorization, memorization, and acquisition of knowledge are all cognitive processes addressed in these materials. A Powerpoint presentation (30 pages) and PDF Summary (10 pages, print-friendly) are included in this product. Topics: Unit 4.1: Uses of Water Unit: 4.2 Water as a Resource Unit 4.3: How people get their water Unit 4.4: Pollution and Waste water Suitable for class presentations and exam preparation. Guidelines for permission of use: No commercial use of any part of this product is permitted. Personal and classroom use is allowed. You are welcome to print and distribute the PDF summary to learners in your own classroom for exam preparation. For households, you can use and print for all children in your household. (1 license for 1 teacher’s classroom, no time limit. Or 1 license per 1 household, no time limit) The product may however not be redistributed to other classrooms, or learners outside of your classroom. If you bought this product for your household, you may use for all children in your household, but not redistribute to anyone else. Illustrations may not be used or resold. You are however welcome to refer this product with a link to this product page. (In fact, that would be much appreciated!) Thank you, and I hope you find the product enjoyable and useful. Venita Oberholster Netwerk Plus THIS PRODUCT IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN AFRIKAANS.
The Water Cycle and Watershed Unit | Montessori Cards, PowerPoint & Boom Cards™
Introduce the water cycle and watershed with a PowerPoint presentation. Follow up with Boom Cards and Montessori nomenclature cards for Montessori, home school and distance learning environments. This value packed Water Cycle and Watershed Unit includes the following activities: Montessori 3 part nomenclatures cards introducing water cycle and watershed vocabulary and concepts. Definition cards Create your own water cycle activity Create your own watershed activities Boom Learning Deck to consolidate concepts and assess understanding including a digital build your own water cycle activity. Decks Click here to find out more about Boom Learning Microsoft PowerPoint presentation for presenting this lesson to your class. Can also be used by students to consolidate understanding. The following vocabulary and definitions are introduced in this unit: The Water Cycle evaporation condensation precipitation transpiration infiltration percolation groundwater runoff watershed watershed divide snowmelt sublimation deposition advection tectonic plates canopy interception The 3 part nomenclature and classified cards make it the perfect addition to the Montessori Elementary environment and the digital components make it ideal for any environment including home-school environments.
Interactive slideshow about the water cycle in nature
Geography Grade 7: Natural Resources and conservation in South Africa
PowerPoint presentations covering all topics of term 4 (Natural Resources and conservation in South Africa): natural resources, management of resources and water in South Africa. CAPS aligned with colourful graphics.