This popular activity from the award-winning, National Science Teachers Association–recommended Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 teaches children in upper elementary, middle and high school about the major components of the urban water cycle and about various water resource careers.
Urban Waters Activity Download
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This popular activity from the award-winning, National Science Teachers Association–recommended Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 teaches children in upper elementary, middle and high school about the major components of the urban water cycle and about various water resource careers. Downloadable PDF format.
Common Core English Language Arts: RST.6-12.4; WHST.6-12.10
Correlated to Common Core English Language Arts
Adheres to National Science Standards Framework, S-12.SEP.2; 3-12.CC.3; 3-12.CC.4; 3-8.ESS3.C; 3-8.ETS2.A
Perfect lesson for STEM / STEAM and career readiness
Suitable to a wide range of student ages
Can be utilized in two 50-minute classroom periods
Includes a teacher resource list of journals, podcasts, and websites
Includes an assessment with three suggested methods for extending/assessing student learning
correlations : Common Core English Language Arts,National Science Standards Framework
grade level : Upper Elementary,Middle School,High School