Aquatic Project WILD
707 Conservation Lane #305
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
This curriculum helps K-12 grade students explore the worlds of water and the aquatic habitats they support.
A Child's Place in the Environment, Unit 4: Caring for Aquatic Habitats, 1997 Edition
California Department of Education
P.O. Box 944272
Sacramento, CA 94244-2720
Designed for 4th graders but suitable for a broader range, this curriculum introduces students to the water cycle and to ways to act responsibly toward water and aquatic habitats.
Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide
201 Culbertson Hall
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
This curriculum and activity guide is designed for K-12th grade teachers to promote awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources.
Water Education Foundation
717 K Street, Suite 517
Sacramento, CA 95814
The Water Education Foundation is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide education and information leading to a broader understanding of water issues and to resolution of water problems. In addition to Western Water Magazine, the Water Education Foundation offers a series of Layperson's Guides that explore water issues in an easy-to-understand manner, and student/teacher education programs: California's Water Story for grades 4-6, California's Water Problems for grades 10-14, Project Water Science for grades 7-12, and Groundwater Education for grades 7-12.
Water, Precious Water
AIMS Education Foundation
P.O. Box 7766
5629 E. Westover Street
Fresno, CA 93747
This well-organized series of hands-on activities for grades 2-6 covers the water cycle, water quality and conservation, and the treatment and distribution of water.