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  • fresh water to drink stay healthy and be productive Dairy cows especially need lots of water to help them produce milk Become a part of our 1914 farm family and discover your role down on the farm Expectations Heritage and Citizenship Grade 3 Early Settlements in Upper Canada Students investigate and describe the communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada around 1800 Students also compare communities of the past with those of the present use a variety of resources and tools to gather process and communicate information about interactions between new settlers and existing communities including First Nation peoples and the impact of factors such as heritage natural resources and climate on the development of early settler communities compare aspects of life in early settler communities and present day communities Life Systems Grade 4 Habitats and Communities Plants and animals are interdependent and are adapted to meet their needs from the resources available in their particular habitats Changes to habitats whether by nature or human means can affect plants and animals and the relationship between them Society relies on plants and animals analyse the effects of human activities on habitats and communities investigate the interdependence of

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/13 (2014-05-04)
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  • s Water Education Council c o Waterloo Region Museum 10 Huron Rd Kitchener ON N2P 2R7 Phone 519 748 1914 Fax 519 748 0009 Email rsusan cwec ca Festival Activity Centres Driprial Pursuit Description Teams of students can engage in a friendly game of not so trivial water facts Expectations Variety of Expectations Addressed The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/18 (2014-05-04)
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  • Kitchener ON N2P 2R7 Phone 519 748 1914 Fax 519 748 0009 Email rsusan cwec ca Festival Activity Centres Groundwater Detective Description Students become detectives searching for answers to groundwater riddles throughout the site Expectations Variety of Expectations Addressed Grade 2 Air and Water in the Environment Grade 3 Soil in the Environment Grade 4 Rocks and Minerals Grade 5 Conservation of Energy and Resources The Children s Water Education

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/19 (2014-05-04)
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  • patient s illness how did they get sick Students can compare medical and scientific knowledge of 1914 to today Expectations Heritage and Citizenship Grade 3 Early Settlements in Upper Canada Students investigate and describe the communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada around 1800 They research interactions between new settlers and existing communities of First Nation peoples and French settlers and identify factors that helped to shape the development of the various communities Students also compare communities of the past with those of the present describe the communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada around 1800 use a variety of resources and tools to gather process and communicate information about interactions between new settlers and existing communities including First Nation peoples and the impact of factors such as heritage natural resources and climate on the development of early settler communities compare aspects of life in early settler communities and present day communities Life Systems Grade 5 Human Organ Systems Organ systems are components of a larger system the body and as such work together and affect one another Choices we make affect our organ systems and in turn our overall health analyse

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/16 (2014-05-04)
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  • water are a major part of the environment Living things need air and water to survive Changes to air and water affect living things and the environment Our actions affect the quality of air and water and its ability to sustain life assess ways in which the actions of humans have an impact on the quality of air and water and ways in which the quality of air and water has an impact on living things investigate the characteristics of air and water and the visible invisible effects of and changes to air and or water in the environment demonstrate an understanding of the ways in which air and water are used by living things to help them meet their basic needs Canada and World Connections Grade 3 Urban and Rural Communities Students describe similarities and differences between urban and rural communities They investigate geographic and environmental factors that influence the development of different communities They also examine how communities interact with each other and the environment to meet human needs identify and compare distinguishing features of urban and rural communities use a variety of resources and tools to gather process and communicate geographic information about urban and rural communities

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/17 (2014-05-04)
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  • Kitchener ON N2P 2R7 Phone 519 748 1914 Fax 519 748 0009 Email rsusan cwec ca Festival Activity Centres Pioneer Water Race Description Students will be encouraged to examine the importance of water to the survival and success of the pioneers Taking a trip back in time students can investigate how farm buildings were located near a water source how pioneers obtained the water needed for animals and the family and how much water was required Discover hand power and the role of the child in pioneer families Help us fetch a bucket Participate in the Water Carrying Race Expectations Heritage and Citizenship Grade 3 Early Settlements in Upper Canada Students investigate and describe the communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada around 1800 Students also compare communities of the past with those of the present use a variety of resources and tools to gather process and communicate information about interactions between new settlers and existing communities including First Nation peoples and the impact of factors such as heritage natural resources and climate on the development of early settler communities compare aspects of life in early settler communities and present day communities The Children s Water

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/15 (2014-05-04)
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  • compare their hygiene habits with those of children more than 80 years ago Expectations Heritage and Citizenship Grade 3 Early Settlements in Upper Canada Students investigate and describe the communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada around 1800 They research interactions between new settlers and existing communities of First Nation peoples and French settlers and identify factors that helped to shape the development of the various communities Students also compare communities of the past with those of the present describe the communities of early settlers and First Nation peoples in Upper Canada around 1800 use a variety of resources and tools to gather process and communicate information about interactions between new settlers and existing communities including First Nation peoples and the impact of factors such as heritage natural resources and climate on the development of early settler communities compare aspects of life in early settler communities and present day communities Life Systems Grade 5 Human Organ Systems Organ systems are components of a larger system the body and as such work together and affect one another Choices we make affect our organ systems and in turn our overall health analyse the impact of human activities and

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/14 (2014-05-04)
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  • comparing water consumption using a variety of techniques How much water can you save 3xs a day Expectations Matter and Energy Grade 3 Forces Causing Movement There are several types of forces that cause movement Forces cause objects to speed up slow down or change direction through direct contact or through direct contact or through interaction at a distance Forces in nature such as high winds or water can have a significant impact on humans and the environment and need to be regarded with respect access the impact of various forces on society and the environment investigate devices that use forces to create controlled movement demonstrate an understanding of how forces cause movement and changes in movement Earth and Space Systems Grade 5 Conservation of Energy and Resources Energy sources are either renewable or non renewable Energy can neither be created nor destroyed but it can be transformed Choices about using energy and resources have both immediate and long term impacts Conservation reducing our use of energy and resources is one way of reducing the impacts of using energy and resources analyse the immediate and long term effects of energy and resources use on society and the environment and evaluate

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/1 (2014-05-04)
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