South Africa
Tippy Tap
Learners with their posters and tippy taps
Learners with their posters and tippy taps

A Grade 3 class had to make something that learners could use to wash their hands should there be no water.
Mrs Forbes googled the Tippy Tap and the class could not wait to get started. We recycled the 2L bottles that we had left from making the eco bricks. We recycled the straws that came with balloons used at a learner’s birthday party.
Once the Tippy Tap was made we needed posters showing other learners how to use it. We had lots of fun making the Tippy Tap and it was even more exciting using it.

If in the near future there is no water at Port Shepstone Junior Primary we will be prepared and Tippy Tap READY!


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