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There are 17 resource(s) with 'water' theme .

First Steps to Rights

Unicef UK (2003)

Introduces young children to the basic rights of all children and brings a global perspective to exploring these rights and the responsibilities which accompany them. It makes use of Feely bag… [more]

£15.00

Lessons in Sustainability - What on earth is happening? How do we respond?

Birmingham DEC (2003)

Created in response to the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, this handbook contains ideas and materials for teaching about sustainable development. There are also suggestions… [more]

£8.25

Lessons in Sustainability - What on earth is happening? How do we respond?

Birmingham DEC (2003)

Created in response to the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, this handbook contains ideas and materials for teaching about sustainable development. There are also suggestions… [more]

£8.25

One Well

A and C Black (2007)

This lavishly illustrated book uses the idea of a 'global well' – from which everything on Earth sustains itself – to take an imaginative and thought provoking look at water issues, climate… [more]

£12.99

Small Guides to Big Issues: Cities

Oxfam/Pluto Press (2007)

Each year, tens of millions of people leave rural areas to head for 'better' lives in cities. This continuing migration can leave cities struggling to cope, and without better planning, people… [more]

£9.99

Under the UN Flag - Assemblies for Citizenship in Secondary Schools

UNICEF (2005)

This book of readings for assemblies draws upon the true stories of children around the world. References to articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child are given for each reading,… [more]

£11.00

Green Team: Waste and Recycling

Franklin Watts (2008)

One in a series of books encouraging young readers interested in the environment to make a difference in a really hands on way. Each book provides background information to explain the importance… [more]

£12.99

Maji - A Pack on Water for the Early Years

Trocaire (2008)

“Maji” is Swahili for water and the photos reflect how Kenya is feeling the effects of climate change on people's daily lives. Includes basic background information on Kenya and activities… [more]

£7.00

Water Works - Do we have equal rights to resources?

Geographical Association (2009)

A toolkit for teachers - Do we use water in a sustainable way, or squander it? Who owns the world's rivers? Children in the UK turn on the tap for a constant supply of fresh, safe water, and many… [more]

£15.99

Chembakoli Life and Change in an Indian Village (2009 Edition)

ActionAid (2009)

A rich depiction of community life and creative learning methods make this a very useful resource. Pupils will learn to understand how a community in rural India works and can use this as a basis… [more]

£35.00

Water Issues - Local & Global

(2005)

This resource shares ideas about using water issues as a way of exploring sustainable development. It includes a set of sixteen A4 colour photographs which raise questions about water issues in… [more]

£14.30

Our World of Water

Frances Lincoln/Oxfam (2008)

This book explores the differences and similarities in how six children from Peru, Mauritanian, USA, Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Tajikistan access water, use it and value it in their daily lives.… [more]

£6.99

Sharing Our World

CAFOD and SCIAF (2007)

This resource explores the 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and introduces us to some of the children and families whose lives need to be transformed if the targets are to be achieved. The… [more]

£10.00

What is Development? Teaching About Development

TIDE (2005)

This pack supports teachers in enabling students to question the different dimensions of development while exploring a variety of perspectives and the influences of interdependence. It contains… [more]

£26.40

Sustainable World - Food and Farming

Wayland (2003)

We all need food to survive but many of us give relatively little thought to where our food actually comes from, or how it is produced. With a population that has more than doubled in the past… [more]

£8.99

India: Children's Needs; Children's Rights

UNICEF (1998)

Designed around the lives of six children in India, from diverse backgrounds and locations, whom children in the classroom are encouraged to partner, the activities in this photopack bring a rights… [more]

£11.60

A Life Like Mine - How children live around the world

Dorling Kindersley and Unicef (2002)

This book is about how the rights of the child are met in different parts of the world. It is illustrated with beautiful colour photographs and explores the experiences of fourteen different children,… [more]

£7.99