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Water everywhere - working wall

This resource gives a teacher the materials to be able to create a working wall on the topic of water which they can build and add to over a series of lessons.

The idea behind the working wall is that the resources are used to create a display which develops over a period of time as pupils undertake activities related to water. Teachers can use the materials flexibly and adapt them to their needs and requirements. The vocabulary, questions and images may be used to fit in with the teachers’ own thoughts, ideas and teaching strategies or they could be used with the other activities in this series from the Environment Agency on the topic of water.

If an Environment Agency STEM Ambassador is able to come into school they may be able to provide additional materials for the working wall so the resource includes guidance for them to explain what a working wall is and how they might be able to contribute.

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