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Water is crucial to our existence and every-day lives. Learning about the importance of water, how water is treated, water distribution, conservation, and ecology is a great way for students of all ages to have a better understanding of these aspects, while also embracing essential study subjects such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), as well as social studies, language arts, and even art and music.The following hands-on activities, worksheets, and lesson guides were designed by educators and water quality professionals for by teachers, non-formal educators, and parents. The series covers some of today's most important water environment topics.
They are available here in downloadable pdf formats, courtesy of the American Water Works Association, Water Environment Federation, and City of Grants Pass Public Works Department.
K-2 Resources: Grades 1-6 Complete Lesson
Drink it Up Power Point Presentation
Happy the Fish Lesson Plan
Spongy Wetlands Participant Handout
Coloring Book Quiz and Answers
Grades 3-5 Resources: Grades 9-12 Complete Lesson
Water Works Power Point Presentation
Waste Not Want Not Lesson Plan
Water Goes & Comes Around Participant Handout
Water Landscaping Quiz and Answers
Grades 6-8 Resources:
Aquifer Recharge Areas
Water Meter Reader
Grades 9-12 Resources:
Biography of a River
Do You Drink It?
What's the Level?
From Ground To Water
Ground Water Basics
What Goes On Down Under?