Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5

Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5
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Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water - Lesson 5

Lesson 5 of 7 in a series of engaging Animated Science PowerPoint Presentations intended for grade 2 students learning about Air and Water in the Environment!

VIEW THE PREVIEW TO SEE WHETHER THIS PRESENTATION IS JUST RIGHT FOR YOU!

Lesson 5 is suitable for older primary and junior students as well.

This product is available in the BUNDLED FORMAT with all 7 lessons to save you money. Air and Water in the Environment – 7 BUNDLED LESSONS

Everything is ready to go. Teacher’s guide, animated PowerPoint, activity sheets and hyperlinked internet videos!
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Lesson 5 Includes:

♦ Teacher’s Guide
- 23 pages

♦ 2 Learning Goal Posters
- 3.4 and 1.1 – identifying natural and built water sources, assessing and planning course of action to keep water in storm sewers clean (Ontario Ministry of Education 2007)

♦ Student PowerPoint presentation
- 64 screens

♦ Engaging animation
- transitions and animations make this presentations perfect for your audience

♦ Internet connections
- just click ‘Push Here’ button to connect to videos
- Salmon Run Up a Ladder
- How Beavers Build Dams
- Sewage Treatment Plant
- Storm Drain Animated Film

♦ Follow Up Activities
- includes a cut and paste activity, media poster making, reflective writing and fun end of lesson activity

A variety of natural water sources are visited (lakes, rivers, oceans, waterfalls, swamps, ponds) with connections to some of the animals that rely on them for clean water. Then, human-made sources of water are examined (sinks, fire hydrants, dams, reservoirs, pumps, fountains, water towers, aquariums, waterslides, culverts, bottled water, sewers and wells). A closer inspection shows children where storm water goes and sewer water goes and the difference between the two. Children have opportunities to create a media poster to teach others about keeping our storm water systems cleaner.
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Air and Water in the Environment – 7 BUNDLED LESSONS

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Characteristics of Water – Lesson 3

The Water Cycle – Lesson 4

Natural and Human-Made Sources of Water – Lesson 5

Conserving Water and Water Consumption – Lesson 6

Water Scarcity In Parts Of The World – Lesson 7
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