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FLush Less
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Posted by St Nicholas Diocesan School, South Africa on 30 April 2015
Post related to Flushed Away, Precious Water
Add a brick, save a bit.

After dicovering the ENORMOUS amount of water that is simply flushed down the toilet everyday at our school and homes, the children worked hard on reducing that amount in our toilets at school. They also calculated how much they could save in their homes.

Teams got together and set about reducing t

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River Rehab with Green Beings
Posted on 29 April 2015
Cleaning up the Jukskei River
Our Calendar Garden
Posted on 29 April 2015
Grow grow grow your moat
Don't just walk away!
Posted on 29 April 2015
Our water walk-way
Plants bring water and life!
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Posted on 29 April 2015
Grade 4 garden
Water Secrets
Posted by The Birches, South Africa on 28 April 2015
Making Zebra dung paper
Fabulous filters
Posted by Hawkstone Primary School, South Africa on 28 April 2015
Filter on the far right worked best!
TerrificTurkish Water Warriors
Posted by Bridget Ringdahl on 28 April 2015
Teshi kula ederim Turkey
NO PESTICIDES or POISONS!
Posted on 23 April 2015
This is the show we did to show people how pesticides can kill lots of things.
Pledging to Save Water
Posted by Bridget Ringdahl on 21 April 2015
Over 400 water drop pledges
filtering water
Posted on 21 April 2015
Water Explores learn about water filtration
The catch of the Day
Posted by Bambanani Primary School, South Africa on 16 April 2015
Green, Greasy Rivers
Posted by Bambanani Primary School, South Africa on 10 April 2015
The catch of the day!
Posted by Emmaus Primary School, South Africa on 10 April 2015
Learning about frogs - fresh water species
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Posted on 9 April 2015
Frogs are an indicator of a healthy environment
Learning about our natural water systems
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Posted on 9 April 2015
Off to visit a Hilton wetland, a natural water filter
Thirsty for Action
Posted on 9 April 2015
Save every drop posters - Grade 7
Put a brick in it
Posted by Scottsville School, South Africa on 2 April 2015
Up to 13 litre of water is used in a single- we can change that but displaying the water with a 2 litre bottle or brick
Dont wash it down, sweep it up
Posted by Scottsville School, South Africa on 2 April 2015
Grade 4 pupil shows that you can make he floor just as clean with a good broom rather than a water wasting hose
Ha-ray for Water Explorers
Posted by Scottsville School, South Africa on 2 April 2015
Remember to use a cup when drinking

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