This children's activity booklet brings the natural appeal of fish to life with amazing facts and great activities that will bait students into wanting to learn even more about these underwater creatures’ lives, habitats and challenges. Learn More
Just as all living things contain water, knowledge is essential for healthy living. Through a series of thoughtfully crafted activities children gain insight into the water cycle, as well as learn important facts that can help break the cycle of diseases, such as malaria. Learn More
Good habits lead to good health. And the sooner they begin in life, the better. Through the activities in this printable PDF ebook, children will learn sources of clean water that we all need to stay healthy.
Translated to French. Learn More
Available as an individual download, this activity is featured in the Discover Floods Educators Guide.
By calculating economic loss resulting from flooding in a specific area, students investigate how people are affected by floods and other natural disasters. Learn More
Good habits lead to good health. And the sooner they begin in life, the better. Through the activities in this printable PDF ebook, children will learn sources of clean water that we all need to stay healthy. Written in Spanish for educators and children in Colombia. Learn More
When water conservation is the name of the game, everyone wins. Kids learn a lot of important lessons about becoming smarter water-users from this popular activity booklet, as well as enjoy a lot of laughs along the way.
Hand washing is the simplest, most effective way of preventing germs from spreading. And this colorful Wash Your Hands Poster is the perfect way to remind children and teachers about the importance of hand washing. Learn More
Students use a water log (journal or portfolio) to write or illustrate their observations, feelings and actions related to water. The log serves as an assessment tool to monitor changes over time related to knowledge of and attitudes toward water. Maintaining journals can keep students "afloat" while participating in Project WET activities. Learn More