“No Water. No Life. No Blue. No Green.” — Sylvia Earle
To a thirsty man, a drop of water is more precious than a sack of gold. Our earth is covered by three parts of water and one part of land. Fresh water that is available on earth is very less. We must preserve it and make judicious use of it.
All the sections of Class II students were taught the chapter through different demonstrations, discussions and Power Point slides. To make the classes more interactive different activities were conducted. Activity based learning helps students to better understand the topic.
Different sources of water, uses of water, solubility of water, different forms (states) of water were taught to them by involving them practically. All the three states of water: solid (ice), liquid (water) and gas (vapour) were demonstrated. Even though students come across these states in their daily lives, but this experience with their friends in the classroom was something different for them. Their direct involvement makes it interesting as well as fruitful.
SAI Angan - Knowing Water and It’s Form