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Water Science for Schools - US Government

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4 to 12
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The EPA created this collection of resources dealing with water cycles, water purification, and water availability. It includes web resources, sample experiments, and explanations of...more
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The EPA created this collection of resources dealing with water cycles, water purification, and water availability. It includes web resources, sample experiments, and explanations of water quality issues. Each topic has several areas to explore and learn from.

tag(s): agriculture (44), conservation (81), ecosystems (69), environment (220), water (94)

In the Classroom

Start with Water Basics, and find lots of topics and activities. Review the water cycle on your interactive whiteboard or with a projector. Engage your students with one of the interactive activities. Once your students have the basics, enhance learning by having them choose a topic as a source for a multimedia project to present what they learned using Genially, reviewed here. With Genially students can insert maps, surveys, video, audio and more. Teachers will likely want to sort through the material before suggesting it to their students.

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