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The Water in the Paper
Posted by Mjila primary, South Africa on 16 May 2018
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Mjila water explorers did activities about the importance of papers  like we use papers  to write on it .to email , for faxing and many other important work. The  question where papers come from ? It comes from trees it means it takes too long to processed  ,we need to have trees before we have papers.Trees take about 10 years to grow all these years they need water.Cutting trees chipping  trees and many other stages comsume lots of water .It is important to do recycling, it saves water .Mjila explorers committed themselves to recycle more in order to save water because if you recycle there is no need to plant more trees, so less water will be used. They make beautiful necklaces, do compost , paper mache making solar oven , they do wonder bags etc. Every classroom has box of keeping used papers




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