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Educate. Empower. Act. The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators and communities of the world with water education. We invite you to join us in educating children about the most precious resource on the planet — water.
Project WET offers parents and students science fair ideas related to water resources.
For example, the Conserve Water Educators Guide encourages students to accept the water conservation challenge and:
Work with the Parent Teacher Association or PAC members to provide Project WET training for teachers.
Training is inexpensive and teachers can usually apply for university credit. Workshop attendees also receive the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide, 91 water resource activities that correlate with national education standards.
Also, if your child (or company) has ever asked you to do a classroom presentation, Project WET can help.
Project WET activities require inexpensive materials that are easy to obtain with step-by-step instructions. You also can purchase KIDs booklets on diverse topics with fun and interactive activities for students.
If you are more comfortable telling or reading a story, The Rainstick, A Fable has beautiful illustrations and there are directions to make rainsticks with students.
Project WET’s KIDs (Kids in Discovery series) booklets are colorful, informative, interactive and fun. They’re designed for kids who are interested in environmental topics, such as watersheds, ocean mammals, coral reefs and sea turtles. You can purchase individual issues or the entire set.
This series is appropriate for students ages six to 12.
In addition to receiving materials content-reviewed by experts and field-tested by thousands of educators and students worldwide, all proceeds from your purchase of Project WET materials are used to provide water education and support clean water for communities.