- Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education: Collaborative Projects
Participate in this collaborative project and compare data on water usage from people around the world.
- Csiro's Double Helix Science Club
Conduct experiments from the club magazines, THE HELIX and SCIENTRIFFIC.
- Conway Corporation
Learn why some objects float in water and some sink. Discover the properties of surface tension. Find out how salt affects water density.
Use the Exploratorium Science Snacks and make your own miniature versions of some of the most popular exhibits at the Exploratorium.
- The GLOBE Program
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment is a hands-on education and science program. Download the teacher's guide, data worksheets, and maps and graphs. Collaborate with scientists and other GLOBE students around the world. Programs in Dutch, German, French, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, and English.
- Great Lakes in My World
Purchase an education kit that contains 80 hands-on Great Lakes-based activities for kindergarten through eighth-grade students.
- The Groundwater Foundation: Kids Corner
Try one of the eight water experiments in your own home.
- Project WET (Water Education for Teachers)
Promote awareness, appreciation, and knowledge of water resources through classroom ready teaching aids and Project WET programs.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Drinking Water & Ground Water Kid's Stuff
Choose an age category and conduct water filtration, pollution, and public health experiments.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: The Water Sourcebooks
324 activities for grades K-12 including projects on ground and surface water, drinking and wastewater, and wetlands.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Office of Water
Join Darby the Duck and the Aquatic Crusaders and conduct experiments about the characteristics of water.