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Earth Day 50 Celebration

Did You Know?

Young humans share simple facts about water and fish!

#EarthDay50Fish  #50WaterFacts

Did You Know?

"Did you know . . It's not a good idea to leave a shopping cart in the ocean?   


Did You Know? Fun Fact sharing project for Earth Day 2020.  Simple, fun, funny, educational - short videos. We've posted some Do You Know? ideas below to get you started. Use these hashtags so we can find your posts #50WaterFacts #50FishFacts

WATER FACTS

How much water ?

Cleaning , washing, and water.

Cleaning , washing, and water.

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How much water does it take to make common stuff we eat?

Cleaning , washing, and water.

Cleaning , washing, and water.

Cleaning , washing, and water.

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When we clean our house do we dirty our water?

Where does water come from?

Where does water come from?

Where does water come from?

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When a person opens a spigot to draw a glass of water, he or she may be tapping a source close to home or hundreds of miles away.

Learn More About Water

Where does water come from?

Where does water come from?

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Stay Tuned for more water facts, art, and ideas!

How Much water to we EAT?

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Oranges & Orange Juice

RICE before we cook it.

RICE before we cook it.

It takes 49 GALLONS of WATER to make one cup of orange Juice and it takes 14 GALLONS of WATER to grow 1 ORANGE. 

The Water Education Foundation has a more facts about how much water our food takes to grow and produce.

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RICE before we cook it.

RICE before we cook it.

RICE before we cook it.

It takes16 Gallons of WATER to produce brown rice compared to 25 GALLONS of Water to produce white rice. 

The Water Education Foundation has a more facts about how much water our food takes to grow and produce.

11 GALLONS Water to make a slice of white bread and 7 Gallons to make a slice of whole wheat bread.

1 Slice of Bread

RICE before we cook it.

1 Slice of Bread

It takes 11 GALLONS of WATER to make a slice of white bread compared to 7 Gallons to make a slice of whole wheat bread.

The Water Education Foundation has a more facts about how much water our food takes to grow and produce.

Did You Know? Details

What's this about?

Individual or groups

Individual or groups

 Starting Earth Day week, our Did You Know? series for

 Social Media & our IOBY campaign  

Video recordings of kids between 4 and 12ish asking simple questions about water and fish!


Individual or groups

Individual or groups

Individual or groups


Try to shoot with your camera positioned horizontally (sideways). Recorded on cell phone by parent. BY sharing the video with hashtags, it allows us to find them to share, retweet, like, and download when possible.  

Hashtags

Individual or groups

Did you Know?

Video clips will be shared on our social media platforms please tag #EarthDay50Fish and #50WaterFacts or #50FishFacts and #LotsofFish or send them to us directly with your permission to post at  LOFprojectcontact@gmail.com 

Did you Know?

Did you know that?

Did you Know?

It takes  ___ Gallons of water to make ______?

Did you know that?

Did you know that?

Did you know that?

Fish & Water Facts

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The mission of the Water Education Foundation, an impartial, nonprofit organization, is to create a better understanding of water resources and foster public understanding and resolution of water resource issues through facilitation, education and outreach.