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What We Offer

We can do interactive presentations at your classroom or outdoors! Contact Dawn for more info by clicking here for her email or calling 763.402.0000

Click here for information about our Water Education grants for $500-$1000!

Online Options

Click on underlined text below  (listed alphabetically)

Students

Big River Journey – Explore the Mississippi River digitally!

Discover Water – watersheds, soapy science, water cycle (in Spanish, too)

EEK – Water Wonders page in Environmental Education for Kids, an e-magazine for Grades 4-8

Environmental Student Center  from Water to Environmental Basics to Careers, with separate portals for Teachers and Kids

Get the dirt on Soils!  NRCS education site; check out the movie, Water Movement in Soil – good for secondary students

Generation On has Service Learning ideas.  Check out Community Cleanups that help protect our water

Groundwater Model Project  for older students

The Groundwater Story  a musical animation produced by Kings County, Washington, for younger students

Project Wet games – Try a couple of discovery games about everything water

Rethink Recycling  waste reduction; page of links including specifically one for teens

Very Young (18 months-8 years) Children Activities

Water Basics  US Geological Survey site with many water topics and activities

Water Cycle ‘movie’  an animation by US EPA

Watersheds A great interactive story map lesson about watersheds from Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

Teachers

Big River Journey Teacher Resources – a set of science standards to go along with the Big River Journey online module

California Academy of Sciences – resources include activities include DIY at home, workbooks and more

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Reserve Lessons– sets of free online lessons for K-12 students

Clean and Conserve – free downloadable materials

Clean Water MN  stormwater educational resources by the Metro Watershed Partners

Educational Resources interactive materials for students, curriculum info for teachers, and more, from the US EPA

Environmental Student Center  from Water to Environmental Basics to Careers, with separate portals for Teachers and Kids

Generation On  has Service Learning ideas.  Check out Community Cleanups that help protect our water

Get the dirt on Soils! NRCS education site; check out the movie, Water Movement in Soil – good for secondary students, too

Green Schoolyards – free outdoor education activity booklets for using the schoolyard

Groundwater Foundation  a non-profit focus on education about groundwater

Project WET  “Water Education for Teachers,” international & interdisciplinary; trains educators in hands-on, interactive lessons. Includes searchable Academic Standards Database

Water Guardians – 5th-8th grade lesson plan about the global water crisis and activism in your own community

Water Science for Schools US Geological Survey site with many water topics and activities

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