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From here, you can keep up with the latest Project WET resources for your classroom.
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! Download the lesson booklet and several of the printable materials used in the tricks. If you wish to purchase a full kit of materials for all of the tricks, we still have a few at $10 each. Contact us.
Fill out a request form for free items your organization can borrow!
Check out the latest water education fun site for tweens from Project WET.
Check out the Georgia Project WET newsletter archive, which features articles of interest such as state-specific water topics, thematic lesson plans, interviews, and more.
Learn about the concepts, skills, and experiences you can use to guide students in understanding the environment and their role in it.
A five-minute video celebrating the value of environmental education.
A great resource for your Urban Stormwater Guide with active links, additional materials, and stormwater extensions for Project WET activities!
The Portal houses all of the Student Copy pages, searchable databases for literature and national standards matches, discussion groups, and resources.
Using water themes, this documents leads you through developing STEM-based units with Project WET.
Use these scripts to demo 5 different areas of the model and to discuss BMPs, permitting, point and nonpoint source pollution and more.
The Field Guide to the Southern Piedmont is an identification guide to over 700 common or distinctive organisms living in the region. The field guide e-book is available to download free to a digital device.
The Environmental Education Alliance (EEA) of Georgia is a nonprofit organization that promotes communication and education among professionals in the field of environmental education in Georgia.
Georgia's online guide to environmental education (EE). Includes lesson plans based on Georgia’s curriculum standards, statewide calendar of EE events, EE news, such as job openings, grants, contests, and much more!