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Project WET Activities Related to Creek Kids

The alphabetical listing of Project WET activities is found on page iv and page 488 (Appendices) of the book.

Lowest
Grade

 Highest
Grade


Activity Name


Activity Theme

K  8  A-maze-ing Water  types of pollution at home
K 5  Aqua Bodies  amount of water needed to sustain life
K 5  Aqua Notes  why humans need water
6 12  Back to the Future  watershed planning and management
6 8  Branching Out  predicting the movement of surface water
3 5  Capture, Store, and Release  the purpose and function of a wetland
 6  8  Common Water  finding a balance, water is a shared resource
6 12  Dilemma Derby  clean water is a societal and moral issue
K 12  A Drop in the Bucket  water, a limited resource
9 12  Dust Bowls and Failed
 Levees
 our attitude toward water related disasters 
6 8  Easy Street  the history of water use in North America
3 8  Energetic Water  water can be useful energy source
6 8  Every Drop  water conservation today and in the future
6 12  Get the Ground Water
 Picture
 potential threats to ground water sources
6 12  A Grave Mistake  tracking ground water pollution and remediation
3 12  Hangin' Together  the make-up of water sustains life
3 8  Humpty Dumpty  a restoration plan for damaged habitat
3 8  Imagine  the water cycle
3 8  The incredible Journey  components of the water cycle
3 8  Just passing Through  why are riparian zones are important
 K  5  The Life Box  learning 4 essentials factors to all living things
3 12  Life in the Fast Lane  the stress of surviving a temporary wetland
K 12  The Long Haul  does access to water determines how much we use
3 8  Macroinvertebrate  Mayhem  macroinvertebrate diversity versus pollution
3 8  Money down the Drain  determining the amount of water wasted by a leaky faucet
6 8  Pass the Jug  water rights, who owns the water resources
6 12  Perspectives  attitudes and beliefs towards water management
6 12  The Pucker Effect  discovering ground water pollution
3 8  Rainy-Day Hike  mapping where your school is in the watershed
K 5  Stream Sense  using your own 5 senses to observe
3 8  Sum of Parts  shows how everyone contributes to the pollution of a river
6 8  Thirsty Plants  water cycle and the role plants play
6 12  Water Actions  researching projects that address water issues
9 12  Water Court  dealing with conflicts involving water
3 5  Water in Motion  appreciate the sound and movement of water in the environment
 3 8  Water Models  students build their own water cycle model
K 12  Water Write  students express their feelings about water through their writings
 6  12  Whose Problem is it?  world population and the long-term environmental effects

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