Water Web for Kids & Teachers

Here is a list of websites that support teachers and students with engaging activities.
  • EPA Nonpoint Source Pollution Kids' Page: Games, puzzles, and activities designed to help you understand what nonpoint source pollution is and how to prevent it.
  • EPA Students: Games, pictures, stories, and more to help you explore your environment and learn steps you can take to help protect it.
  • EPA WaterSense Kids: Learn about water while playing the interactive WaterSense game.
  • Kids For A Clean Environment (Kids F.A.C.E.): Dedicated to an organization started in 1989 by 9-year-old Melissa Poe. It has grown to include more than 300,000 members worldwide. Find information on joining or creating a local Kids F.A.C.E. chapter.
  • United States Geological Survey's (USGS) Water Science for Schools: Pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.
  • Washington Green Schools: Resources and tools for all Washington K through 12 schools to help students, teachers, and community members learn about resource conservation and waste reduction in schools.
  • Washington State Department of Health Drinking Water for Kids: Facts about Washington's drinking water. If you have questions about drinking water, you can send them to Dr. Drip.
  • Water Use It Wisely: Resources on water conservation. Play the Tip Tank game and learn water saving tips.