Held on 22 March every year since 1993, World Water Day focuses on the importance of freshwater. This year's theme is about what water means to people, it's true value, and how we can better protect this vital resource. The value of water is much more than its price – water has enormous and complex value for our households, culture, health, education, economics, and the integrity of our natural environment. If we overlook any of these values, we risk mismanaging this finite, irreplaceable resource. With 70% of our earth being ocean water and 65% of our bodies being made up of water, it is hard not to be aware of how important it is in our lives. This simple fact is why scientists are constantly looking for water on other planets - the presence of water could indicate the presence of life. Grade 3 students celebrated World Water Day by giving presentations sharing properties of water, doing experiments, and explaining them in class.