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"Water Concentration" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

"Water Concentration" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

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Through the familiar game of Concentration, students make connections between modem and past water use practices and discuss how attitudes toward water have changed as water use practices have evolved.
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Through the familiar game of Concentration, students make connections between modem and past water use practices and discuss how attitudes toward water have changed as water use practices have evolved. Learning the history of modern appliances may encourage students to appreciate clean, ample water supplies.

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grade level : Upper Elementary
language : English
subject : Language Arts,History,Environmental Education
topic : Water Quality,Water Conservation,Water History
total pages : 6