SA Water produces a range of education resources for use in the classroom. All of them are free, and many can be downloaded below. We also carry teaching resources in the SA Water Library.
The Captain Plop books are a series of three titles suitable for students in years one to four. However, they are also popular with some older students.
The titles deal with water conservation, desalination and sewage recycling. Copies have been sent to all South Australian school libraries. Additional copies are available from the SA Water Library.
Create foldable paper toys with your students. Download the template PDF here. [PDF, 4.64 MB]
These templates give instructions for a set of foldable paper toys. They are most suitable for students in years one to four, but are also popular with some older students. Each toy has a number of water messages printed on it.
Two A3-sized posters can be downloaded from the SA Water site and printed at your school:
A range of education videos covering topics like desalination, sewage treatment and water testing and treatment are available on our YouTube channel.
SA Water worked together with KESAB Environmental Solutions to develop the Water, Let's be Sustainable education website. This website is all about South Australian rural and remote area drinking water. It contains a comprehensive unit of work linked to the Australian Curriculum with additional cross-curricular lesson ideas and a selection of interactive resources for students.
SA Water is committed to Reconciliation and is proudly implementing their Reconciliation Action Plan. Developing environments that foster a higher level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions is essential. The Resource rich Narragunnawali website targets teachers and school administrators and is a platform that has free access to a range of extensive professional learning and curriculum resources to support the development, implementation and management of Reconciliation Action Plans . To visit the site go to: http://www.reconciliation.org.au/narragunnawali/