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Class: III Lesson-3 Water o’ water!
SOURCES OF WATER
Rain is the main source of water. Sea is the largest source of salty water. Without water life is impossible on earth.
FORMS OF WATER
IN NATURE WATER IS FOUND IN THREE FORMS- SOLID(ICE) LIQUID(WATER) GAS(WATER VAPOUR)
USES OF WATER
STORING OF WATER
WE SHOULD STORE WATER IN COVERED AND CLEAN CONTAINERS.
SCARCITY OF WATER
WHEN THERE IS A SCARCITY OF WATER, WE NEED TO STORE IT.
TOO MUCH RAIN CAUSES FLOOD WHILE NO RAIN CAUSES THE DROUGHT.
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