1. What are the two sources where we get drinking water? 2. Does healthy drinking water have a taste or smell? 3. Are there small, living organisms in drinking water? 4. What are two harmful particles that can be found in water?
There are two major sources of water: Groundwater - found below the ground where it accumulates in between soil and rocks. The volume of water can range from small to very large similar to above ground creeks, rivers and lakes, found in bodies of water that resemble underground lakes called aquifers. Surface water - found on the Earth's surface in lakes, rivers, dugouts and reservoirs
Drinking water should be: Clear, Colourless, Odourless
First Nations Viewpoint First Nations people have often used medicine wheel teachings to explain worldviews. These worldviews often guide lessons. In First Nation philosophy or viewpoints, all things are animate (living) and are in constant motion (Little Bear, 2000). Although this philosophy is referring to the Plains Indians, there may be similarities among other North American First Nations.