Teaching Resource

Water is Life PowerPoint

PDF, PowerPoint | 23 pages|Grades: 1 - 7

An editable PowerPoint teaching resource about water.

A 23 slide PowerPoint covering how water gets to our tap and how we use water in our everyday lives.

The PowerPoint contains the following:

  • tuning in activity
  • explanation of the natural water cycle
  • explanation and visual aide to explain how water gets to our taps
  • explanation of rain water
  • activities and ideas on how we can save water
  • explanation of why our bodies need water
  • activity exploring our lives without water.

All activities mentioned in this PowerPoint can be found in the Water is Life Resource Pack.

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