Guides and Curricula
4-H There’s No New Water This water conservation and water quality curriculum is grounded in a simple yet powerful concept that water is a finite natural resource whose quantity and quality must be responsibly preserved, protected, used, and reused.
Water.org Lesson Plans – Aligned with national standards, the lesson plans and mini-units include elementary, middle and high school levels.
A Teacher’s Guide to Water Related Lessons and Curricula – these lesson plans, web quests, activities, and handouts will all add to instructors’ efforts to teach their students all about water.
The Water Crisis – Lesson Plans for all grades
Rain Garden – The University of Connecticut Center for Land Use Education and Research developed this App as a resource for homeowners, landscapers, contractors, and others.
Virtual Water – The vast amount of water consumed and polluted in the making of products has an enormous impact on the ecological footprint of human civilization. Carry the Virtual Water digital companion anywhere and grow more concious about how much water our everyday food and beverages really consume.
Erika Knows Green – Kids can learn to be green and more environmentally-conscious in this water conservation story. It’s a great way to teach them simple things that they can do at home to save water.
Waterprint– Start a conversation with Waterprint, the one-of-a-kind iPhone application created by Water Efficiency magazine. With recently updated information for 2010,Waterprint is the ultimate source for information on how much water is imbedded beverages, foods, products and many daily activities.
Dropcountr – Dropcountr connects people and their utilities on the mobile devices they use everyday. Our unique mobile and web applications help water utilities and their customers save water, save money and save time.
Water effects on photo – Mirror Effect enables you to quickly and easily add amazing reflections to your photos. There are tons of editing options that allow you to create the perfect reflection.
National Geographic’s Deep Sea Challenge – Recognizing your passion for exploration, National Geographic has named you the new pilot of the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER. After months of training at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the largest private, non-profit oceanographic research institution in the world, you’re ready to set sail.
Tip Tank – Learn water-saving tips while you play
The Water Family Game – Recreate your family online and attempt to save water in as many ways as possible
World Fresh Water Resources– Interesting Asia-centric view
Other Useful Links