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Jan. 15th, 2004 | 09:25 pm
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Aloha!! I am in the process of creating a water unit where students will explore the importance of water, review what happens to water, perhaps a historical use of water (in Hawaii), how much water they use at home each day. I have some ideas, but I am opening up to gather more ideas, or better ones. I am looking for science based lesson, and more hands on activities. if anyone has either a GREAT website, or SUPER-DUPER idea, please let me know!! thankx!! PS, it's foor sixth grade.

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From: mediocresau
Date: Jan. 19th, 2004 06:37 pm (UTC)

Hey Spence, sounds like a great idea. However, being a teacher, is "for" really spelling with two o's? Just kidding bro. Good luck. If something interesting pops up, I'll let you know. :-)

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From: jwacha
Date: Feb. 24th, 2004 12:30 pm (UTC)

I'm not sure if it's too late for this, but I remember a cool water conservation type project I did back when I was in fifth grade. Our teacher had us all carry around a gallon of water for a day, and use that water for drinking, cooking, washing hands and brushing teeth, that kind of stuff. We were supposed to record it all too. I remember that after that day I had a new appreciation of how much a gallon of water really is.

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