Students acquire a basic understanding of water resources and their importance. Students learn about the issues that threaten water resources, the sources of the problems, and the ways that they can help. Students learn through a variety of age-appropriate hands-on activities, games, and water testing.
Burnwood, Canyon Rim, Glade Creek, Grandview, Sandstone Falls, and Thurmond
2nd – 5th
Water Quality Overview
Water is the liquid that sustains life and must be protected.
1. Identify what water is and state one reason why it is important
2. Describe two ways that water gets polluted
3. List three ways that we can take care of our water resources
The Magic School Bus at the Waterworks
Create Your Own Water Cycle
Personal Water Use
Water Quality Monitoring
Let’s Sing About Water
WV Content Standards met:
Science/Technology - SS.2.2.2, SC.2.2.5, SC.2.3.1, SC.2.6.2, SC.3.2.1, SC.3.2.4, SC.3.3.1, SC.3.6.3
Did You Know?
The New River was designated an American Heritage River on July 30, 1998. There are currently fourteen American Heritage Rivers in the country.