View a typical city landscape which illustrates how water is managed throughout the urban maze of streets, houses, and businesses. Learn about: how water gets from the pumping stations to your house, sewer water collection and treatment, and storm water collection from rainstorms. Participants can operate valves and view water flowing through clear tubing and a plexi-glass top.
Matter and Energy, Grade 3 (Forces Causing Movement)
There are several types of forces that cause movement.
Forces cause objects to speed up, slow down, or change direction through direct contact or through direct contact or through interaction at a distance.
Forces in nature, such as high winds or water, can have a significant impact on humans and the environment, and need to be regarded with respect.
- access the impact of various forces on society and the environment;
- investigate devices that use forces to create controlled movement;
- demonstrate an understanding of how forces cause movement and changes in movement.
Earth and Space Systems, Grade 5 (Conservation of Energy and Resources)
Energy sources are either renewable or non-renewable.
Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but it can be transformed.
Choices about using energy and resources have both immediate and long-term impacts.
Conservation (reducing our use of energy and resources) is one way of reducing the impacts of using energy and resources.
- analyse the immediate and long-term effects of energy and resources use on society and the environment, and evaluate options for conserving energy and resources;
- investigate energy transformation and conservation;
- demonstrate an understanding of the various forms and sources of energy and the ways in which energy can be transformed and conserved.