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When water is dangerous

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NATURAL SCIENCE

Grade 4

Life and way of living

Module 24

When water is dangerous

When might water be dangerous?

Use a red pencil crayon to circle examples of dangerous situations that involve water.

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When might water be dangerous?

Discuss the dangers that are evident in the picture after the learners have completed the assignment.

  • When babies and toddlers bath in very hot water
  • When babies and toddlers are left in the bath without supervision.
  • Swimming pool dangers.
  • A river may be too shallow for diving without you knowing it, and may contain germs.
  • The water in a dam may be too shallow and contaminated (stagnant water).
  • There may be sharks in the sea, or currents that can lead to drowning.
  • Any spontaneous response form the class.

1. For cooking food, for cleaning and drinking

  • A pot of food the stove
  • Washing a fruit in running water
  • A child drinking water

2. For cultivating food

  • Maize plants growing
  • Fruit trees growing
  • Cabbages in the field

3. For transport and recreation

  • Yacht
  • Jet ski
  • Child angling

4. For cleaning

  • Father washing car
  • Washing dishes
  • Washing hands after going to the toilet

5. For plants and animals to live in

  • Ducks on a dam
  • Crocodile at the water
  • Dolphins swimming

6. For factories, industries and power stations

  • Industries
  • Power station
  • Factories

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