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  • 2R7 Phone 519 748 1914 Fax 519 748 0009 Email rsusan cwec ca Festival Activity Centres Living on a Layer Cake Description How is the earth formed beneath our feet Students will participate in interactive demonstration to identify the various layers of earth formed through time They will learn a new Rock Song Expectations Earth and Space Systems Grade 3 Soil in the Environment Soil is made up of living and non living things The composition characteristics and condition of soil determine its capacity to sustain life investigate the composition and characteristics of different soils demonstrate an understanding of the composition of soils the types of soils and the relationship between soils and other living things Earth and Space Systems Grade 4 Rocks and Minerals Rocks and minerals have unique characteristics and properties that are a result of how they were formed The properties of rocks and minerals determine society s possible uses for them Our use of rocks and minerals affects the environment assess the social and environmental impacts of human uses of rocks and minerals investigate test and compare the physical properties of rocks and minerals demonstrate an understanding of the physical properties of rocks and minerals The

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/44 (2014-05-04)
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  • 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 Movie Matinee Description Join Wally the Worm and Deanna the Waterdrop on their adventures to the saturated zone Expectations A variety of expectations will be addressed The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/43 (2014-05-04)
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  • 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 Earth and Space Systems Grade 3 Soil in the Environment Soil is made up of living and non living things The composition characteristics and condition of soil determine its capacity to sustain life Soil is an essential source of life and nutrients for many living things Living things including humans interact with soils and can cause positive or negative changes assess the impact of soils on society and the environment and of society and the environment on soils investigate the composition and characteristics of different soils demonstrate an understanding of the composition of soils the types of soils and the relationship between soils and

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/36 (2014-05-04)
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  • whole water shed Join us to find out what stream flow rate is how to measure it and how we can use that information to become more aware of how humans affect ecosystems Expectations Earth and Space Systems Grade 4 Rocks Minerals and Erosion describe the effects of human activity e g land development building of dams mine development erosion preventing measures on physical features of the landscape and examine

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/41 (2014-05-04)
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  • one is not connected to the municipal wastewater system Help us find out 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

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/40 (2014-05-04)
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  • Centres The Great Water Race Description Students can manipulate these models to discover what controls the direction and speed of water flow Expectations Earth and Space Systems Grade 3 Soil in the Environment Soil is made up of living and non living things The composition characteristics and condition of soil determine its capacity to sustain life Soil is an essential source of life and nutrients for many living things Living things including humans interact with soils and can cause positive or negative changes assess the impact of soils on society and the environment and of society and the environment on soils investigate the composition and characteristics of different soils demonstrate an understanding of the composition of soils the types of soils and the relationship between soils and other living things Earth and Space Systems Grade 4 Rocks and Minerals Rocks and minerals have unique characteristics and properties that are a result of how they were formed The properties of rocks and minerals determine society s possible uses for them Our use of rocks and minerals affects the environment assess the social and environmental impacts of human uses of rocks and minerals investigate test and compare the physical properties of rocks

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/37 (2014-05-04)
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  • See how the water cycle impacts on our daily lives Expectations Earth and Space Systems Grade 2 Air and Water in the Environment Air and 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 2 4 investigate the stages of the water cycle including evaporation condensation precipitation and collection Matter and Energy Grade 5 Properties of and Changes in Matter There are three states of matter Matter that changes state is still the same matter Physical change refers to the fact that a substance can be changed

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/38 (2014-05-04)
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  • 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 Earth and Space Systems Grade 3 Soil in the Environment Soil is made up of living and non living things The composition characteristics and condition of soil determine its capacity to sustain life Soil is an essential source of life and nutrients for many living things Living things including humans interact with soils and can cause positive or negative changes assess the impact of soils on society and the environment and of society and the environment on soils investigate the composition and characteristics of different soils demonstrate an understanding of the composition of soils the types of soils and the relationship between soils

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/46 (2014-05-04)
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