Explain to the class that they are beginning a new unit about water. Ask the students questions about water. Using a “talking rock or feather”, have your students pass this item around the circle. Ask your students questions about water
Talk to the children about the phrase, “Water is in us and all around us,” and ask them to think about what that means. Remind them that yesterday (or the previous lesson on water) they were asked to look around their house and see how water is used (cooking, washing, flush toilet, brush teeth).
Remind the children that they have been working on a unit about water and how it is viewed by First Nations people. Last circle time they were asked to think about how much water they used around their house.