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K-12 Education

WRRI collaborates with local and state partners to provide K-12 water science resources for teachers, students, and parents.

Additional Resources

  • ProjectWET also offers materials for teaching children from pre-K to high school at home.
  • The Project WET Twitter feed offers more resources and opportunities.
  • Clean Water Education Partnership (CWEP) shares activities to help kids learn about water while moving around – activities for pre-K through eighth grade.
  • CWEP’s Twitter feed provides even more content for young children, such as water songs and story book readings.STEAM Squad is a weekly resource for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics activities.