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Thirsty Hamburgers
Posted by Northdene Preparatory School, South Africa on 30 May 2016
Post related to The water we eat, Secret Water

Several children came up to me in the weeks before this challenge with very puzzled looks on their faces. I had put a big sign on our water explorer board that said, "How much water do you eat?" 

"Miss, you can't eat water," they said, in a tone of voice that suggested that perhaps I had lost

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Water Thirsy Alien Invasives
Posted by Hawkstone Primary School, South Africa on 26 May 2016
Learners identifying the alien spp in our area.
Greywater Challenge
Posted on 26 May 2016
7701 litres collected!!
Water Water everywhere but not a drop to spare
Posted on 24 May 2016
Our Grade 6s learning about water purification.
Making our City Water Wise
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Posted on 19 May 2016
Grade 5
Using Grey Water!
Posted on 18 May 2016
Saving Water At Home!
Posted on 18 May 2016
Midmar Water Works: How water travels to become safe to drink!
Posted on 16 May 2016
Midmar Water Works
Our Grey Water
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Posted by Scottsville School, South Africa on 10 May 2016
The challenge is on: Which class can save the most water?
Turbidity Testing
Posted by Go Green Kidz Club, South Africa on 9 May 2016
Thirsty Three
Posted by Go Green Kidz Club, South Africa on 9 May 2016
Why recycle?
Posted by Allandale Primary School, South Africa on 9 May 2016
Making pretty floral patterns on their recycled paper
Monitoring our monthly Electricity and Water Consumption
Posted on 9 May 2016
Grey Water Assembly
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Posted on 9 May 2016
A Waterless Future
Posted by Nhlonhlweni Primary Schol, South Africa on 9 May 2016
Ancient Aquifers
Posted by Muntuza 2016, South Africa on 9 May 2016
Grade 7 pupil test out their syringe pumps
Grey Water Challenge
Posted on 9 May 2016
Keep the grey water coming!
Posted on 6 May 2016
Day 5 & 6 together
Saving Water!
Posted on 6 May 2016
Water Testers!
Posted by King's School, South Africa on 4 May 2016
Looking for those cool critters!

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