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  • can be harmful to us and the environment assess ways in which the uses of liquids and solids can have an impact on society and the environment investigate the properties of and interactions among liquids and solids demonstrate an understanding of the properties of liquids and solid 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 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 from one form to another Chemical change implies the formation of a new substance The properties

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  • CWEC | Sponsors
    Conservation Halton Essex Region Children s Water Festival MTE Concultants Inc Region of Peel Region of Waterloo Watershed Support Province of Ontario Ministry of Environment Ontario Trillium Foundation Ontario Water Works Association RBC Blue Water Project Members Brantford Brant Children s Water Festival Grand River C A Chatham Kent Children s Water Festival MNR Stewardship Durham Children s Groundwater Festival Central Lake Ontario C A Eastern Ontario Children s Water Festival St Lawrence River Institute Eastern Ontario Children s Water Festival Rideau Valley C A Essex Children s Water Festival Essex Region C A Grey Bruce Children s Water Festival Haliburton Children s Water Festival HHOA Halton Children s Water Festival Region of Halton Conservation Halton Kenora Children s Water Festival Lower Trent Quinte Children s Water Festival Lakehead Children s Water Festival Lakehead Region C A London Middlesex Children s Water Festival Upper Thames C A Niagara Children s Water Festival Region of Niagara Niagara Penisula C A Peel Children s Water Festival Region of Peel Peterborough Children s Water Festival Peterborough Utilities Peterborough Green Up Sault Ste Marie Source water Festival Sault Ste Marie C A Sudbury Children s Water Festival St Thomas Elgin Kettle Creek C A

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  • CWEC | How To Become a Sponsor
    with the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Grey Bruce Clean Water Festival partners with the Bruce Resource Stewardship Network and the Sydenham Conservation Foundation All festivals partner with industries and local stakeholders Volunteer Support The festival depends on the support of many volunteers who enjoy working with children and who communicate effectively It is highly beneficial for volunteers to have an interest in water conservation and environmental issues Volunteers are provided with a training program involving both hands on and printed information The festival has developed a complete set of instructions for each activity centre which is reviewed and updated regularly The festival requires over 80 volunteers each day All sectors of the community play a vital role in the volunteer program so everyone wins Private and public sector professionals derive great satisfaction through their proactive participation within their communities while high school college and university students enthusiastically educate the children Learning Centres The festival consists of approximately 40 interactive learning centres which are unique and fun for students in grades three through six Students receive several key messages use water wisely protect your water supply examine the relationship between water and technology and celebrate the role of water in the ecosystem The learning centres incorporate current curriculum requirements with hands on learning activities Each learning centre is designed to be interactive interesting and entertaining for young children complement Ontario Curriculum learning outcomes promote specific messages that are clearly relevant and easily identified by children provide activities and models that bridge the gap between scientific and environmental issues and daily routines transport with ease and adapt to both indoor and outdoor settings optimize student learning by ensuring low facilitator to student ratios These initiatives are geared to society s youngest members in the hope that they will spread the messages throughout their communities Our Request of You Maintaining groundwater quality and quantity in the new millennium will be extremely important for the economic growth and stability within the province The contamination of Walkerton s water supply by E Coli has heightened everyone s interest in the water system The Festivals are an excellent starting point for educating children about this important resource We are planning new activities and doing research to make the program even better so that the next generation is better educated and more environmentally aware But we can t do it without your ongoing support Why not start off the next year right and support this amazingly fun curriculum based event that is focused totally around children education and the environment Your local Festival would like to invite you to become a partner in this important program and contribute to the environmental education of your present and future consumers employees and neighbours The festivals are held either in the spring or fall and are held over a five day period It is made possible by the hard work and dedication of almost 400 volunteers and over forty thousand dollars raised each year from local industry and commerce In

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  • The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation an agency of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Recreation With 100 million in annual funding from the province s charitable gaming initiatives the

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  • The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation an agency of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Recreation With 100 million in annual funding from the province s charitable gaming initiatives the

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  • The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation an agency of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Recreation With 100 million in annual funding from the province s charitable gaming initiatives the

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  • on an area of the picture to fill that area with colour To erase your picture click the Clear button Dripial Pursuit Flash Games Java Games CWEC Homepage Kids Corner Start CWEC The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation an agency of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Recreation With 100 million in annual funding from the province s charitable gaming

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  • on an area of the picture to fill that area with colour To erase your picture click the Clear button Dripial Pursuit Flash Games Java Games CWEC Homepage Kids Corner Start CWEC The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation an agency of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Recreation With 100 million in annual funding from the province s charitable gaming

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