Parents, Teachers, and Kids of all Ages
If you want to learn more about water – or want to teach others – below are a few water websites you might want to check out, thanks to our water-wise friends from all over the world.
Communications materials that demonstrate the value of water and wastewater service, and the need for infrastructure investment.
Created by the American Water Works Association, the largest nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water.
Basic and clear information regarding drinking water and the environment.
Water education products that connect what we do on land to what happens in our reivers, lakes, oceans, and groundwater.
In collaboration with The Weather Channel, this site helps to raise awareness about the issue of global clean water scarcity.
Classroom-ready teaching aids for water resources awareness.
Comprehensive water crisis lesson plans for teachers in elementary through high school.
USGS.gov Water Education Posters
The U.S. Geological Survey’s educations outreach program.
USGS.gov Water Science School
An interactive center focusing on many aspects of water.
An online water encyclopedia from the Water Education Foundation.