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Water, water everywhere

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    facts about water, primary L6
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  • Where does our drinking water come from? a. glaciers b. rivers and lakes c. both a. and b.
    c. both a. and b.
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  • . If you throw a sweet wrapper down a drain in the street, where does it go? a. to a glacier b. to a freshwater lake or river c. nowhere
    b. to a freshwater lake or river
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  • What happens when glaciers move toward the sea? a. they carve rocks b. they freeze rocks c. they float on lakes
    a. they carve rocks
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  • What are waterfalls made up of? a. salt water b. fresh water c. both
    b. fresh water
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  • We can save water when we brush our teeth. What’s the best way? a. turn off the tap b. use bottled water c. brush less often
    a. turn off the tap
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  • Is the Dead Sea above or below sea level? a. above sea level b. below sea level c. it’s at sea level!
    b. below sea level
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  • What are glaciers formed from? a. frozen drops of water b. dried salt water c. old rocks
    a. frozen drops of water
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  • Whenever you see a leaking tap, what should you do? a. fix it yourself b. do nothing c. tell someone
    . c. tell someone
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  • How much of the Earth’s water is salt water (from the sea)? a. 90% b. 97% c. 100%
    b. 97%
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  • Why are swamps useful? a. they filter dirty water b. they collect rubbish c. they make small lakes
    a. they filter dirty water
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  • How much fresh water on the planet’s surface is frozen? a. Around 2% b. Around 18% c. Around 68%
    c. around 68%
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  • Which wastes more water, a bath or a shower? a. a bath b. a shower c. they use the same!
    a. a bath
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