WET Educator Guides and Materials

To gain access to some of these guides, you may be required to attend a corresponding workshop. View upcoming educator workshops, or contact your local Project WET Facilitator to learn more.

  • Project WET Curriculum & Activity Guide 2.0

    The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 continues Project WET’s dedication to 21st-century, cutting-edge water education. Now in full color, Guide 2.0 offers new activities on topics such as National Parks and storm water, fully revised and updated activities from the original Guide, and the very best activities gathered from all of Project WET’s publications.

    This guide is only available through a Project WET Educator workshop. Check out our workshop calendar for upcoming events, or contact us for more details.

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  • Getting Little Feet WET

    Our newest publication for ages 3-6. Developed in coordination with early childhood experts and educators, Getting Little Feet Wet is designed to help educators of young children teach about water in fun, age-appropriate ways. This book contains 11 interactive, hands-on activities for young learners to explore different aspects of water—from water properties to water sounds. Each activity offers both Pre-K and K-2 options and is correlated to educational standards.

    This guide is available through a Getting Little Feet WET Educator workshop. Check out our workshop calendar for upcoming events, or contact us for more details.

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  • The Urban Watershed Stormwater Educator Guide

    The Urban Watershed Stormwater Educator's Guide for grades 6-9 is a supplement to the Project WET Curriculum & Activity Guide for teachers in urban areas of Georgia. Activities are interdisciplinary and use role play, labs, discussions, the arts, and many other formats to bring the hidden parts of the urban waterways to life.

    This guide is only available through a Project WET/Urban Watershed Educator or Facilitator workshop. Check out our workshop calendar for upcoming events, or contact us for more details.

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  • Climate, Water, and Resilience

    This guide will help educators teach middle school and high school aged students about climate and climate change using nine interactive, objective, science-based activities that students will enjoy. All activities are correlated to NGSS and Common Core Math and ELA standards.

    This guide is only available through a Project WET Climate, Water, and Resilience Educator workshop. Check out our workshop calendar for upcoming events, or contact us for more details.

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  • Healthy Water, Healthy People

    Healthy Water, Healthy People will help educators address science standards through interactive activities that interpret water quality concepts and promote diverse learning styles, with foundations in the scientific method. Workshops available upon request.

    Email us to purchase a copy of this guide. 

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  • WOW! The Wonders of Wetlands

    This guide features activities that are organized into five sections: wetlands definitions, wetlands plants and animals, water quality and supply issues, soils, and people. The appendix also offers instructions for planning and developing a schoolyard wetland habitat.

    Email us to purchase a copy of this guide.

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  • The Conserve Water Educators Guide

    The Conserve Water Educators Guide provides teachers of middle school and high school students with the ins and outs of water conservation. Real-life examples encourage students to use critical thinking skills to examine different sides of each situation.

    Email us to purchase a copy of this guide.

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  • Kids in Discovery Series

    These colorful, 16-page activity booklets offer creative and hands-on investigations, demonstrations, science experiments, educational games and stories stimulate understanding of each booklet's topic.

    Click here to view a list of all the Kids in Discovery books.

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Enviroscape

Borrow an Enviroscape Model!

Enviroscapes are portable, interactive watershed models that demonstrate water pollution concepts and how they can be prevented. They are available for loan for up to 2 weeks by educators. Email for details.

Available models: Non-Point Source, Wetlands, & Drinking Water/Waste Water. View video demo of the Non-Point Source model (in photo).

 


Additional Resources for the Educator Guides:

  • Project WET Portal - Your Project WET home base, which includes supplemental materials, reading lists, and national education standards for all Project WET Curriculum & Activity Guide activities. Use the code inside the front cover of your guide to login for the first time.
  • Discover Water - Interactive online activities about water topics including the water cycle, oceans, watersheds, water conservation, and more!
  • Georgia Education Standards Correlations- Use our searchable database to find the education standards for each activity in the Project WET guide and view correlating standard charts for the Getting Little Feet WET and Urban Watershed Stormwater guides.
  • Water We Singing About- A collection of children's water songs recorded by Kevin Kopp (NJ WET state coordinator) to go along with the GLFW activities!