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Global Water - Pump it Up!
Posted by Scoil Bhríde, Rathcormac, Ireland on 26 February 2016
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This month in 2nd Class we learnt about Global Water as part of the Water Explorer programme. We discovered that the United Nations estimates an average human needs approximately 30 litres of water a day to survive: 6 litres of water for cooking and cleaning and 25 litres for bathing and keepin

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Working very hard!

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