Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 SAMPLER
Featuring seven water-science activities carefully selected from the award-winning, National Science Teachers Association-recommended Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0, the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 SAMPLER, also selected by the NSTA Recommends program, offers a mixture of new activities and updated versions of old favorites. Written for educators of children from Pre-K to high school, as well as college students of early childhood education, the ever-popular activities included in the SAMPLER are: “Blue Planet”; “Incredible Journey”; “Seeing Watersheds”; “Blue River”; “Water Quality? Ask the Bugs!”; “On Track with Hydration”; “Make-a-Mural”. Detailed background information and useful student activity pages round out this excellent tool for teachers to educate children about water. Features 31 color photographs and 35 color and black-and-white illustrations.
Standards Correlation: The Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 SAMPLER has been correlated to: Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core English Language Arts and Common Core Math. The guide adheres to the National Science Standards Framework.
NSTA Recommends: Click here for the review on the National Science Teachers Association website.
Click here for information on the full version of the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0.
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|Topic(s)||Water Quality, Wetlands, Water Conservation, Watersheds, Sanitation and Hygiene, Native American, Regional Watersheds, Oceans, Natural Disasters, General Water, Water History, Ground Water|
|Subject(s)||Math, Technology, Health, Social Studies, Language Arts, Science, Geography, History, Economics, Environmental Education, Arts, P.E., Civics/Government|
|Grade Level(s)||Pre-K through 2, Upper Elementary, Middle School, High School, Professional Development|
|Standards Correlation||Common Core English Language Arts, Common Core Math|