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Polluted Runoff (Nonpoint Source Pollution) Kids Page - US EPA Office of Water
Grades2 to 8
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Help your elementary and middle school students learn about water quality and conservation - and what human behaviors affect them. Explore run-off, home and garden habits, aquatic life,...more
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Help your elementary and middle school students learn about water quality and conservation - and what human behaviors affect them. Explore run-off, home and garden habits, aquatic life, terminology, and more in these simple interactive pages. If it's about water, you can find it here, along with activities to help your students understand. One link requires purchase of a CD, but there is plenty to do without spending money! Middle school activities include the activity sheets in PDF format.
tag(s): conservation (80), earth (178), earth day (60), environment (225), water (96)
In the ClassroomShare these activities as part of Earth Day plans or whenever you study about water and pollution. Be sure to include the link on your teacher web page so students can share the ideas at home, as well.
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