About Project WET

Project WET is Water Education for K-12 Teachers!  (Also see our newest guide for early childhood below).  Our goal is to promote awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through classroom-ready teaching materials and educator workshops.  Our Mission is to bring WATER EDUCATION to the world!

It's a Program--
designed for formal and non-formal educators of K-12 students grounded in defined beliefs reflected in the curriculum and training techniques.

It's a Curriculum--
of interdisciplinary activities developed, field-tested, and reviewed by educators and professionals and correlated to the current Georgia Education Standards.

And it's an Instruction and Delivery Network--
offering Educator Workshops and Facilitator Workshops.

Our Core Beliefs

  • Water connects us all. 
  • Water is for all water users. 
  • We must manage water sustainably. 
  • We need to take personal responsibility for water resources.

What else can I do with Project WET?

Connect to the PORTALaccess additional activity resources and information using the special code inside your GUIDE.

Connect to DISCOVER WATER:  use this free site with students to give them a fun and exciting way to better understand our water resources.

Connect to NATIONAL PROJECT WET visit the store, sign up for an online workshop, see what is happening with our global initiatives.


NEW in WET's Toolbox!

We proudly present our 2019 State and National ROW winners... Don't forget -- Enter the 2020 ROW Contest by February 1! See all of the rules, forms and suggestions here.
Use the 2020 forms for your art and poetry entries. Educators should be sure to submit a Facilitator Form with group entries.
The Getting Little Feet Wet curriculum (designed for ages 3-6) has been approved as a Bright from the Start training entity! Here is your guide to water education activities for our youngest learners. This guide is standards-based and rigorously field tested throughout the U.S.
Who doesn't love MAGIC?! Bring the Magic of Water to your classroom. Each lesson is intended to introduce a Project WET activity and to get your students engaged in water resources!


Dragonfly Gazette

Enjoy our Georgia Project WET e-newsletters which feature articles of interest to WET teachers and facilitators, including state-specific water topics and ways to incorporate Project WET activities. To subscribe free of charge, email us with your request.

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