Get physically active while learning about water as a shared resource.
Play an active game that explores the various ways water is a shared resource.
B.C. residents are among the highest per capita users of water, using around 400 litres of water each day. In B.C., we generate our electricity using water and wildlife depends on this resource. Despite our province being rich in rivers and lakes, we experience summer droughts. So, to have sufficient water for everyone we need to use less water and electricity, so people, electricity and wildlife can all share this resource.
There are easy ways to reduce our water consumption like:
There are simple ways to reduce our electricity use like:
Solve a riddle and have fun during the winter season.
Celebrate water with a mystery photo challenge, a game of “Sun, sun, rain”, and an art project that reinforces how we ca...
Use the criteria to identify powerful words and phrases to describe the world around us.
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