Year Two Science Understanding - Earth Resources - Water

This board is designed to be used as a teaching resource for children learning Science in Year 2. Educators can use their students' natural curiosity about the world to discuss one of earth's most essential resources, water. Below each image is a description of potential topics to discuss. Educators can use this pin board to structure their lesson and generate ideas within the classroom.
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Water is essential for human bodies to function. It also promotes life in numerous other ways. Children need to learn about water as one of earth's vital resources.

Water is essential for human bodies to function. It also promotes life in numerous other ways. Children need to learn about water as one of earth's vital resources.

There are many uses for water. Ask the students' to work in groups to discuss other ways water is used to improve quality of life. For example, travel.

There are many uses for water. Ask the students' to work in groups to discuss other ways water is used to improve quality of life. For example, travel.

Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies. Explain some of the implications of water pollution and discuss how this issue can be avoided.

Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies. Explain some of the implications of water pollution and discuss how this issue can be avoided.

Water loss and drought can damage the environment. Explain some of the implications drought.

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Use this topic to discuss how children can use water safely.

Use this topic to discuss how children can use water safely.

Students' can collaborate to refine their ideas and consider options to save water.

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Ask students to make a list and discuss why they think water is important.

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Discuss the amount of water that each student should be drinking.

Discuss the amount of water that each student should be drinking.

Provide some examples to educate children about what they can do to save water.

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