Project WET has been researching, writing and publishing water education materials since 1984.
The result is the most comprehensive collection of award-winning water education books, guides,
maps, posters and downloadable resources you'll find anywhere.
Project WET’s educator guides feature field-tested activities for formal and non-formal educators of children from pre-K through high school. The Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 can also be used in a college setting, training future educators on how to teach about water. Educators’ guides are perfect for:
• Teachers of students in grades kindergarten through twelve
• Community educators (e.g., leaders of Scouts and Boys and Girls Clubs)
• Government agencies and non-government organizations
• Museum, aquarium, zoo and National Park Service staff
CHILDREN'S ACTIVITY BOOKLETS
Project WET’s series of student activity booklets includes more than sixty titles. Written and illustrated for children ages eight to twelve, the colorful booklets engage students in hands-on learning about water science through creative investigations, demonstrations, experiments, educational games and stories. The series also includes Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) materials customized for many countries and regions worldwide.
CHILDREN'S STORY BOOKS
Lushly illustrated, Project WET’s story books invite children to experience the wonders of water.
Other water education materials include printable activity supplies, individual activities, booklets and educator guides to download instantly.
The Water Education Learning Library (WELL)
Experience Project WET like never before. Get access to hundreds of lessons in multiple educator guides, student activity booklets, eLessons, and more, all in one location. The WELL comes in a membership package that gives educators access to additional resources through newsletters and webinars.
MAPS & POSTERS
Project WET produces watershed maps and colorful posters on a variety of topics relevant around the globe.
PROJECT WET'S PUBLISHING PROGRAM
Interested in creating or co-branding a publication for your business, organization or event?
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If you wish to request permission to publish a Project WET Foundation activity,
please review our Permissions Policy and download a Permissions Application Form.