Students & Teachers K-12 

It's never too early to get involved in protecting the global water environment! This area features a variety of resources and programs to help students and teachers learn about water and the importance of protecting and preserving our water resources.  





WEF and its vast member network are a resource for Girl & Boy Scouts.


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On this  website, students and job seekers can explore green careers, and utilities will find a clearinghouse of resources for recruiting in the wonderful world of water.


Free, Downloadable Coloring Book for Grades 1-3
ColoringBookCover.jpgDownload and print out the new coloring book, Catch a Ride on the Water Cycle. Now also available in Spanish.


Stockholm Junior Water Prize
It's never too early to start planning your water research project for the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition. For a list of potential research topics, visit the Stockholm Junior Water Prize page.


World Water Monitoring Challenge™
World Water Monitoring Challenge is an international education and outreach program that builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local water bodies.

Accept the challenge anytime from March 22 until December 31! Read more.



Video: Frogline - Nonpoint Source Pollution Education

Join Finneas Frog & Kris Kroak as they show us how to prevent nonpoint source pollution in our daily lives.





Other Student Resources:


Take a Trip Through
Water History




 Find Out Where It All
Goes After You Flush