Water works with Tiddalik

Dive into one of our most precious resources as we wade through the wonderful world of water.

Water can be found all around us and is a key ingredient to sustaining all life on our planet. Through the famous aboriginal creation story, Tiddalik the Frog, students learn about water as one of Earth’s most precious resources.  They are encouraged to identify where it comes from, where it’s found and its importance to life on our planet. 

In this program students will:

  • identify water as one of Earth’s resources
  • explain where water is found and why it is important
  • describe a variety of uses for water.


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