Water Use, Think About It (Estimation): Teacher Key - Section 2: How Much Water Do We Use?

 
  Water Use, Think About It (Estimation): Teacher Key
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Water Use Thinking About Liters

Unit 10: Water
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: SWBAT compare real and estimated water use for common activities and make thoughtful suggestions for practical water conservation.

Big Idea: Liters are easier to understand when they are put into the ordinary setting of everyday uses!

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Rhode Island, Science, water use, percenta, surface, water cycle, water
  80 minutes
bosko sinkininthebathtub1930
 
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