United Nations World Water Day - 22 March 2019
The 2019 challenge is now full and we are not accepting any more registrations.
Please check out our free, downloadable curriculum resource for more water teaching ideas and inspiration.
What’s your #smartwaterpledge for 2019?
World Water Day
is celebrated across the globe every year on 22 March. It’s all about appreciating water, learning more about it and reminding us that water is an important resource for us all, especially in summer. To celebrate the day, we’re encouraging everyone to pledge to change one daily water habit. This might be turning off the tap while brushing your teeth, using the half flush instead of the full flush or having a shorter shower (less than four minutes). Remember, every little bit helps!
Get your class involved!
Our #smartwaterpledge challenge has been designed to get your students’ creative juices flowing. Each student needs to think of their own water saving pledge and design their own sticker which can be applied close to a water outlet. This could be at school or home and is designed to remind students of their pledge and encourage others to be smart with water too. We have special no mark vinyl stickers which stick very well to glass and smooth surfaces, but peel right off and leave no trace or residue.
This year we have an amazing prize…
One lucky class will get a visit from ‘House of Science’
. The visit involves two hands-on ‘Wonderful Wai’ science sessions (delivered at your school). We also have smart water prize packs for two runner-up classes.
All teachers who register will get a Smart Water supporters kit containing one smart water drink bottle and a set of stickers for the class. Schools only need to provide permanent markers to use on the stickers.
To register for this challenge and to be-in-to win all you need to do is:
- register online - SORRY! WE ARE NOW FULL FOR 2019!
- complete the sticker activity
- email photos of your finished stickers to Smart Water by the 1st of April 2019 (They must be attached to the area of where water is most likely to be wasted).
Get in touch
if you need help! Registrations are limited. Registration is open to all primary and intermediate schools in Hamilton, Waipa District and Waikato District.