These water education materials for teachers and other educators will help kids and students learn more about their water use.
When students understand how they use water, it is much easier for them to change their habits and behaviors so they don’t waste water. We have educational materials that help you help students understand their water use, including water footprint lesson plans, relevant reports and research and information for students about jobs in water resources. There is even a video that helps younger kids understand what water conservation means.
We also appreciate the work of other water groups and researchers so we’ve highlighted some of their reports, tools, games and lesson plans, too.
Educational Materials for Teachers
Free water education material for teachers, including downloadable water footprint lesson plans for middle and high school students.
Water Education for Students
Links to prominent research and websites for students to help them learn water concepts and explore careers in water protection.
Activities for Younger Kids
A this video for younger kids grades K-5, 8-year old Aqua and her dog Sparky show her family how to conserve when their reservoir runs low.
Check out our middle- and high-school lesson plans. Also find our lesson plans on Teachers Pay Teachers.