Splish Splash: Daily Use of Water
Young scholars assess their daily use of water and write stories about how water is used in their lives and communities. Students read about water usage in Ghana and Kenya and compare and contrast water usage and resources between the countries.
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- Splish-Splash: Narratives from Kenya
- Water in Africa: Ghana
- Water in Africa: Kenya
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