A Long Walk to Water Cross Curricular Learning Guide - an integrated interdisciplinary package for Language Arts, Social Sciences and Math.
Using formulas for Surface Area and Volume students identify the amount of rain water that can be caught in a rainwater catchment tank. With their background knowledge they will engage in the engineering process to design a Rainwater Catchment tank.
Evaluate the different sources of water on our planet and calculate how much of that water is available for human consumption.
Explore a variety of math standards by utilizing pennies as your main tool.
This is a project based lesson in which students will be able to utilize multiple academic skill sets, in order to persuade for the installation of rain gardens!
Explore Stormwater Pollution with an integrated STEM lesson.
This community project both investigates school or community water bottle usage and challenges students to come up with a solution!
This activity outlines a community event, including fundraising and organizing details. 4-6 weeks is the suggested timeline for the event planning.
Rising to the Challenges of the Global Water Crisis. Explore the accomplishments of notable women in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math.