Brand new resources for you to use with your class for a stimulating and interactive series of lessons, Eco club activities or even after school clubs.
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This lesson plan explores the effect on women's lives and the changes that women bring to their communities once they have access to clean, safe water.
Women and water (PDF, 1.2MB) >
Access to water and sanitation are basic human rights. This lesson plan explores how these rights are denied and how this is being overcome.
Human rights (PDF, 520 KB) >
People have been flushing toilets for over 150 years, but how do they really work? This lesson plan finds out how with a quick, simple experiment.
Physics of flushes and flows (PDF, 615KB) >
Explore water as a precious resource and the role of WaterAid in ensuring that people have access to safe water and sanitation.
The work of WaterAid (PDF, 209KB) >
People's stories: Erika (PDF, 180KB) >
People's stories: Durga and Vasini (PDF, 386KB) >
Investigate how mapping is used to bring about positive change and work out how water facilities are planned by whole communities.
Mapping water (PDF, 1.4MB) >
Mapping water (.pptx, 1MB) >
People's stories: Essanati (PDF, 199KB) >
People's stories: Yoran (PDF, 167KB) >
Investigate how potentially fatal diseases like cholera are spread, using both mathematical and scientific skills.
Water's deadly connection (PDF, 987KB) >
Find out how water is stored underground and how it can be pumped to the surface – a simple experiment using soil, pebbles and water.
Pumping it up (PDF, 616KB) >
Drain a sink. Flush a toilet. Water a lawn. Find out where it goes next as you follow the cycle of water.
Coming back to you (PDF, 625KB) >
Build a model of natural mountainous terrain and predict how water will behave when it 'rains' upon this landscape.
Down the divide (PDF, 654KB) >
This lesson plan teaches children about gravity flow systems used to transport water.
Science (PDF, 1.74 MB) >
History, maths and art resources >