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  1. "Water Log" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "Water Log" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    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.
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  2. Zero In On No Waste

    "Zero In On No Waste" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    By reusing, recycling, reducing, composting and rethinking long-standing solid waste management practices, individuals, businesses, agencies and others can take action to move toward zero. With this interactive exercise, students discover alternative ways to manage waste.
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  3. Urban Waters Activity

    "Urban Waters" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    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.
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  4. "Wet Vacation" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "Wet Vacation" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    After plotting annual precipitation and average temperatures, and researching climatic conditions of places around the country, students design attractive travel brochures.
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  5. "Dilemma Derby" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "Dilemma Derby" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    Students debate the pros and cons of different solutions to water management issues.
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  6. "People of the Bog" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "People of the Bog" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    Students construct a classroom bog and a mini-composter to observe the rate of decomposition in anaerobic (little or no oxygen present) and aerobic (oxygen available) environments.
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  7. "Water Bill of Rights" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "Water Bill of Rights" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    Students speculate on their rights to sustainable water resources.
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  8. "Whose Problem is lt?" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "Whose Problem is lt?" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    Students analyze the scope and duration of a variety of water-related challenges to understand the relationship between local and global issues and solutions.
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  9. "Check It Out!" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "Check It Out!" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    Through teacher observations and student feedback, student learning via Project WET activities can be assessed.
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  10. "Hot Water" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    "Hot Water" Activity, PDF DOWNLOAD

    Using debate strategies, students learn how to present a valid argument regarding a water-related issue.
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