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NiE Watery Wisdom

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watery wisdom topic

Water is vital to life. All living things would die if it weren't for water. There are many ways we use water.We use it for drinking, washing, cleaning, cooking, growing food and recreational activities. It is used by industries to generate electricity, manufacture things, and transport people and goods. Water is our most precious resource and it is so important that we conserve it.

This week's topic explores the impotance of saving water as well as being safe around water.

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