Participants consider the water features they might enjoy at a community park — a pond, brook, water playground (or “sprayground”), or pool, — and what happens to the
water over time.
Provides extensive background information, facilitation outline, materials shopping list, extended supporting media suggestions, correlations to national standards, and more.
Provides classroom connections, key concepts, connections to science standards, and additional resources.
Playful Building Presentation
The Basics of Freshwater: Crash Course Kid
Water Water Everywhere: Crash Course Kids
hH2O-NO! - Fresh Water Problems: Crash Course Kids
Water for Children UNICEF
Global Water Crisis
|Originating Source||Lunar and Planetary Institute and National Center for Interactive Learning|
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