My water week poster is not to litter in rivers there should be bins there and to help animals .
People should do the right things they should put rubbish in the bin and recycle. They should feel bad if they do not do the right thing!
The last 4 weeks we have worked on our water week posters and we have come up wth lots of creative pictures that will be sent away and these will be judged by Lower Murray Water. We put in some very creative posters that included deeper meanings.
My design of this water week poster was to show how nature and life is supposed to look . I used a fine liner so it would stand out more. It shows the Murray River and a scene that we see in Mildura including the Paddlesteamer Melbourne.
Making my water week poster was hard work but I got it done. I think it is great that we do water week posters because it shows how much we know about the environment. And its great that we all get to do our own poster. Its even more fun for the people who love art and technology because we have a choice we could rather do and drawing or make something out of technology and print it off.
It is on again the landscape poster competition… check out some of the entries so far!!! Darci’s poster on the left and Skky’s on the right
Last week Lara received wonderful news about her Water Week Poster. Not only did it win the Local 1st prize. Lara also took out the Runner Up State Prize. A wonderful achievement!
Water is precious
Congratulations to Lara T 3RD prize winner Year 5-6 with very clear messages about saving water!
Congratulations too, to Maddison for your 3rd Prize win in the 1-2 age group!
Stephanie's Water Week Poster 2010
CONGRATULATIONS Stephanie 5/6 and Sarah 3/4. Your Water Poster entries have been sent to the Victorian State Competition for National Water Week.
EVERY LIVING THING NEEDS WATER.
My Poster explains this!
WATER IS NECESSARY FOR ALL LIFE
Without water we could not survive. I painted my poster on canvas.
A picture tells a thousand words …
SAVE WATER OR SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES!
The following information has been forwarded to our blog from
National Water Week is an annual event held in October across Australia, hosted by each state and territory. It involves the community in protecting and conserving our precious water resources.
National Water Week starts on the third Sunday of October each year. This year National Water Week is from Sunday 19th to Saturday 25th October.
National Water Week was first held in 1993. The initiative is designed to help members of the community of all ages and walks of life to understand and take action to protect and conserve our precious water resources and habitats. During National Water Week Australians are encouraged to Protect, Conserve and Get Involved in water resource management.
All the water needed by the environment, farms, households and industries comes from rain. Water is essential for life!
As a community we need to find solutions and be aware of the ways to manage our water resources today that will not threaten the ability of future generations to meet their needs. As individuals we can all help to protect and conserve our water resources.
What is an action you already do and what is a new action you could take to save our precious water?