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Who Dirtied the Water: A Role Playing Activity

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Participants take turns adding pollutants to a gallon jar of water (which symbolizes a local body of water) as the facilitator reads a story about water pollution.

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Hints for uses in your library The story within this activity guide focuses on the Metro Boston Region and the Boston Harbor; however, the story can be easily modified to focus on a body of water near you.
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Originating Source US Environmental Protection Agency
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Who Dirtied the Water: A Role Playing Activity

Who Dirtied the Water: A Role Playing Activity

Participants take turns adding pollutants to a gallon jar of water (which symbolizes a local body of water) as the facilitator reads a story about water pollution.