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  • Children's Water Education Council
    of 15 or those who still have a little kid inside Educators resources for teachers and other educators as both pre and post visit exercises to attending a water festival People and Volunteers find out about our executive others involved in CWEC or to find out how you can get involved Volunteers can retrieve information and schedules Links and Resources find resources and links to other information sources regarding water

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/clients/cwec/ (2014-05-04)
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  • Ontario Children s Water Festival St Lawrence River Institute Cornwall St Lawrence College 10 2 2013 to 10 4 2013 Eastern Ontario Children s Water Festival Rideau Valley C A Kars Baxter Conservation Area TBA Eastern Ontario Children s Water Festival St Lawrence River Institute Spencerville Spencerville Fair Grounds 5 14 2014 to 5 15 2014 Eastern Ontario Children s Water Festival Rideau Valley Conservation Authority Westport Foley Mountain Conservation Area 9 25 2013 to 9 25 2013 Essex Children s Water Festival Essex Region Conservation Authority Kingsville Canadian Transportation Museum 5 28 2013 to 5 31 2013 Grey Bruce Children s Water Festival Bruce County Stewardship Network M N R Chesley Chesley Community Centre 9 17 2013 to 9 19 2013 Haliburton Muskoka Kawartha Children s Water Festival Friends of Ecological and Environmental Learning Minden Kinark Outdoor Educatin Centre 9 30 2013 to 10 1 2013 Halton Children s Water Festival Conservation Halton Milton Kelso Conservation Area 9 23 2014 to 9 26 2014 Hamilton Children s Water Festival City of Hamilton Hamilton Pier 4 Park 5 27 2014 to 5 29 2014 Kids World of Energy Toronto Renewable Energy Co operative Toronto Brick Works 4 30 2014 to 5 2 2014 Lakehead Water Festival Lakehead Region Conservation Authority Thunder Bay CLE Heritage Building TBA Niagara Children s Water Festival Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority Vineland Balls Falls Conservation Centre 9 16 2014 to 9 19 2014 Peel Children s Water Festival Region of Peel Brampton Heart Lake Conservation Area 5 22 2014 to 5 29 2014 Peterborough Children s Water Festival PUC and Peterborough Green UP Peterborough Riverview Park and Zoo 5 28 2014 to 5 29 2014 Quinte Children s Water Festival c o Lower Trent Conservation Batawa Batawa Ski Hill 5 21 2014 to 5 22 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/festivals (2014-05-04)
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  • Just Add Water Activities
    Activity Centers on the Trailer a Great Starter Kit Activity Description 1 Dripial Pursuit An interactive trivia game 2 AQ Amazing Aquifers A Groundwater flow model 3 Well Sealed Is your well properly sealed 4 Rolling through the shed Pretend you are a water drop rolling through the watershed 5 Enviroscape Wetlands An interactive model about wetland habitat 6 Hazardous Waste An interactive model which outlines possible containments 7 We

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/JustAddWater_Activities (2014-05-04)
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  • Region Museum 10 Huron Rd Kitchener ON N2P 2R7 Phone 519 748 1914 Fax 519 748 0009 Email rsusan cwec ca Festival Activity Centres 70 Water Description Children will discover how much of their body mass is made up of water Using a teeter totter and 1 litre water bottles or scales they will be able to calculate the amount of water in their bodies Expectations Mathematics Grade 3 Measurement estimate measure and record length perimeter area mass capacity time and temperature using standard units Mathematics Grade 4 Measurement estimate measure and record length perimeter area mass capacity volume and elapsed time using a variety of strategies determine the relationships among units and measurable attributes including the area and perimeter of rectangles 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 technological innovations on human health demonstrate an understanding of the structure and function of human body systems and interactions within and between systems The Children s Water Education Council gratefully acknowledges the

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/2 (2014-05-04)
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  • long before European settlement They had and still have today a very special relationship with the environment Chief Top Leaf will help you discover the knowledge and values the aboriginal community has toward water Expectations Heritage and Citizenship Grade 3 Pioneer Life Identify the contributions of aboriginal peoples to early settlement identify the Aboriginal Peoples located in Upper Canada at the time of first settlement collect and evaluate information about

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/3 (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 Arsenic and Old Waste Description Why did the creek turn white Who committed the crime in The Case of the Dirty Handkerchief Your students will solve these many other riddles in this cross curricular program that looks at history from an environmental perspective Expectations coming soon The Children s Water Education

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/6 (2014-05-04)
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  • Grade 3 Pioneer Life identify early settlers and their origins and describe their lives and contributions describe changes that have occurred in their communities since the time of the early settlers explain how the pioneers used natural resources e g water forests land describe the major components of a pioneer settlement locate key information about pioneer communities from primary sources e g local museums pioneer houses forts villages collect and

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/12 (2014-05-04)
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  • the present day Expectations Heritage and Citizenship Grade 3 Pioneer Life identify early settlers and their origins and describe their lives and contributions describe changes that have occurred in their communities since the time of the early settlers explain how the pioneers used natural resources e g water forests land describe the major components of a pioneer settlement locate key information about pioneer communities from primary sources e g local

    Original URL path: http://www.cwec.ca/Activity/11 (2014-05-04)
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