We believe it's important to teach children at an young age the importance of water conservation. To facilitate water conservation for kids, we've gathered resources from various sources. We hope you'll enjoy and share.
, an EPA Partnership Program, has developed relevant and enjoyable educational materials to teach elementary-level children the importance of conserving water and the simple things they can do to become more water-efficient. If you find them useful, please share them with educators, family and friends.
is an online source of tools and information that enable individuals to make water conservation part of their everyday lives. H2O Conserve is a project of GRACE, a not-for-profit that highlights the interconnections between food, water and energy.
Follow the adventures of 8 year old Aqua, the water champion, and her little brother Squirt. Here are some of our favorite links:
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for Grades 5-8.