2 billiongallonsperdaytwice theinternationalaveragegas -liquid -solidconservepowergenerationofelectricityWestVirginiaflushingtoiletssaltwaterthewatercyclewater-shedhas beenused beforeby someother livingthingpeople havetaken pillsand excretedthemtheGreatLakesLakeMichiganhundredsof millionsof yearsbe respon-sible forevery livingthing on theEarthdeepwateraquifersrecharge slowerthan humansdraw from themgreeninfra-structure1billionice50-100gallonsper daybottledwaterthe samewatershedas ourtap watergraywatertheChicagoRiver2 billiongallonsperdaytwice theinternationalaveragegas -liquid -solidconservepowergenerationofelectricityWestVirginiaflushingtoiletssaltwaterthewatercyclewater-shedhas beenused beforeby someother livingthingpeople havetaken pillsand excretedthemtheGreatLakesLakeMichiganhundredsof millionsof yearsbe respon-sible forevery livingthing on theEarthdeepwateraquifersrecharge slowerthan humansdraw from themgreeninfra-structure1billionice50-100gallonsper daybottledwaterthe samewatershedas ourtap watergraywatertheChicagoRiver

WATER - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. 2 billion gallons per day
  2. twice the international average
  3. gas - liquid - solid
  4. conserve power
  5. generation of electricity
  6. West Virginia
  7. flushing toilets
  8. salt water
  9. the water cycle
  10. water- shed
  11. has been used before by some other living thing
  12. people have taken pills and excreted them
  13. the Great Lakes
  14. Lake Michigan
  15. hundreds of millions of years
  16. be respon-sible for every living thing on the Earth
  17. deepwater aquifers recharge slower than humans draw from them
  18. green infra-structure
  19. 1 billion
  20. ice
  21. 50-100 gallons per day
  22. bottled water
  23. the same watershed as our tap water
  24. gray water
  25. the Chicago River