Five short, beautifully illustrated stories chronicle the use of spring waters by the animal world, native culture, civil war, Oklahoma pioneers and Teddy Roosevelt. Three sections follow with lessons about the water cycle, the creation of springs and our bodies' dependence on healthy water.
This 200-page activity guide for educators of students in grades six through university level raises the awareness and understanding of water quality issues and their relationship to personal, public and environmental health. Learn More
What do a sleek blue whale and a prickly sea urchin have in common?
They both live in California coastal ecosystems! From help for kelp to coastal critters, Discover California Coastal Ecosystems shows why the coast is the most. Fun-filled activities teach students about the biology, ecology and history of the shores of the Golden State. Learn More
Clean water, proper sanitation and good hygiene form a solid foundation for a student’s health education. This activities guide is designed to enable teachers to take an active role in making a real difference in the lives of children and their families. Its 40 pages are filled with engaging ways to impart an understanding about how common water-borne and hygiene-related diseases are spread. In addition to learning how to protect their health and that of their families, students will gain a healthy respect for the important water sources on which we all depend. Learn More