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Water education resources are abundant and often free on the Internet. For kids, water themed games, activities, materials and videos are available from the USEPA, USGS and other water-related agencies. Teacher resources are plentiful as well – many local and statewide agencies offer free water education materials, in-class presentations, assemblies and resources for San Joaquin County educators.

FOR KIDS (and teachers):

USEPA’s Water Kids offers water related projects, art, experiments, interactive games and activities for grades K-12:
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Visit “Water - Use It Wisely” to play water themed games and access free materials:
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Information and activities for kids and teachers from the USGS Water Science School:
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Interactive games and materials for kids and teachers from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California:
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The University of Colorado produced this water cycle video for grades 3-12:
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Bill Nye the Science Guy on the water cycle:
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RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS:

The Stockton Area Water Suppliers (SAWS) Alliance offers free, standards-based, in-class water presentations and school-wide assemblies to all Stockton area schools. On-line brochure:
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The California Regional Environmental Education Community (CREEC) network provides educators with access to high quality, standards based environmental education. Regional resources are available:
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The California Department of Water Resources offers water education materials, including activity and coloring books, videos, and maps for teachers at no charge. View the on-line catalog:
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The Education and the Environment Initiative (EEI) is a free, state-sponsored K-12 curriculum that teaches science and history-social science standards through an environmental lens. High quality, downloadable materials are available on-line at no charge:
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