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Be Water Conscious

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  • 1. SURVEY:Are you a water waster?
            • We have carried out a survey about water use in the Superior Cycle of Primary of our school. We have asked six questions to our schoolmates:
  • 2.
    • Question 1 Do you have a shower instead of a bath?
    • Question 2 Do you turn off the tap when you soap your hands?
    • Question 3 Do you turn the tap off when you clean your teeth?
    • Question 4 Do you leave the tap on when you wash a glass or a dish?
    • Question 5 Do you reuse water?
    • Question 6 Do you leave a water hose running?
  • 3. Are you a water waster?
    • We wrote down the answers and scored them to know if we are water users or water wasters.
    • We put all the data in a table to make the graphs and these are the results :
  • 4. Are you a water waster? Graphs
  • 5.
    • Seventy-five out of ninety-six pupils always have a shower instead of a bath. Fourteen pupils sometimes have a shower instead of a bath. Seven pupils never have a shower instead of a bath.
    • Fifty-nine out of ninety-six pupils always turn the tap off when they soap their hands. Thirty-four pupils sometimes turn the tap off when they soap their hands. Three pupils never turn the tap off when they soap their hands.
    • Seventy-eight out of ninety-six pupils always turn the tap off when they clean their teeth. Twelve pupils sometimes turn the tap off when they clean their teeth. Six pupils never turn the tap off when they clean their teeth.
    • Six out of ninety-six pupils always leave the tap on when they wash a glass or a dish. Thirty-seven pupils sometimes leave the tap on when they wash a glass or a dish. Fifty-three pupils never leave the tap on when they wash a glass or a dish.
    • Fifteen out of ninety-six pupils always reuse the water. Thirty-three pupils sometimes reuse the water. Forty-eight pupils never reuse the water.
    • Six out of ninety-six pupils always leave a water hose running. Nine pupils always leave a water hose running. Eighty-one pupils always leave a water hose running.
    ARE YOU A WATER WASTER? SURVEY REPORT
  • 6. Be water conscious! Save water
  • 7. WATER What happens if I don’t turn the tap off when I soap my hands?
  • 8. We want to know what happens if we don’t turn the tap off when we soap our hands, so we make a hypothesis and design an experiment. We need soap, a sink with a tap , a container and a measure jug. First I turn the tap on Then I wet my hands and I soap them I lather and rub them I rinse my hands I dry them well and I turn the tap off We mesure the wasted water
  • 9. I waste 1 litre 550 ml of water when soaping my hands with the tap on. So If I don’t turn the tap off when I soap my hands I waste more than 1 litre of water. If everybody in class does the same we will waste more than 40 litres of water. That’s a lot of water! And we know that water is a scarce resource. So remember: What can we do with this water? We can reuse it by watering plants, mopping the floor cleaning the desks cleaning the windows Can you think of others ways to reuse water? Turn Off The Tap When You Soap Your Hands!

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