Our water and wastewater themed activities are perfect for:
These can be used as a water conversation starter, quiet time activity or both!
The Australian Water Association has water- and sustainable development goals- themed colouring sheets available here.
Save water at home and win
Did you know a Water Hero is someone who uses water carefully and makes tap water their main drink?
Print our Water Hero booklet (829.4KB) with signs and suggestions for becoming a Water Hero.
Adult help is recommended for cutting out signs. Customers in our region are invited to share a photo of your preschooler Water Hero in action at home - we'll send out a cape! Images may be shared on social media. Send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community members are asked to share videos and images explaining how they save water within the home and garden.
Winners will be sent a fun water efficiency prize package.
To enter: Parents /caregivers/adults are asked to 'Like' our Share Inspire Save Facebook page and post the video or images.
Entries close last Wednesday of each school term.
See links in the comments for ideas.
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Learn about the water cycle with a mix of online and hands-on activities:
- Read ‘The story of a raindrop’ online
- Water cycle yoga
- Dance the water cycle with ‘Go Noodle’
- Play South East Water's online water cycle game
- Use Goulburn Valley Water's instructions to Make the Water Cycle - you'll need a ziplock bag, food dye, printer or permanent texta
- Make a terrarium (PDF 90.29 KB)- you'll need rocks, soil, small plant (succulents work well), bottle cap, sand and a jar with lid
- Write a water haiku poem (PDF 570 KB) - Just 3 snappy lines and you are finished!
Activity book answers are available here.
Last updated on 15 Jul 2020