All About Water is a hands-on and hugely interactive source that encourages school children to explore the fascinating world of freshwater habitats and to develop an understanding of all things 'wet and wild'. Using a specially designed, graphically engaging workbook the course examines the key themes of water protection and conservation, ensuring that the students have an understanding of their own responsibilities when it comes to this precious resource.
This workbook comprises five lessons that discuss the importance of water in our everyday lives: what it is, where it comes from and how it is to be conserved and protected. Each lesson contains simple experiments and activities.
This course book is available from the NFGWS, Monaghan office: contact Julie on 047-72766. A course resource book for teachers is downloadable here.