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|Project WET: Conserve Water Educators Guide||A guide for teachers of students in grades 6-12, including a collection of innovative activities and case studies that are easy to use, interactive, challenging and fun.||Project WET and The Watercourse (2003)|
|Project WET Curriculum Activity Guide||This 517-page guide contains 91 multidisciplinary water-related activities for students in grades K to 12. The guide features cross-reference and planning charts, a glossary and background material on activity development and field testing. For full details, visit the Project WET website.||Nelson, Denis; and others (2005)|
|Project WET: Discover a Watershed
Watershed Manager Educators Guide
|The goal of the guide is to define a watershed and teach that every level of soil, plant, animal and human life depends on the health of the watershed. For more information, visit the Project WET website.||Project WET and The Watercourse (2002)|
|Project WET: Healthy Water, Healthy People
Water Quality Educators Guide
|This 200-page activity guide for educators of students in grades six through university level raises the awareness and understanding of water quality issues and their relationship to personal, public and environmental health. Healthy Water, Healthy People Educators Guide will help educators address science standards through 25 original, interactive activities that link priority water quality topics to real-life experiences of educators and students.||Project WET (2006)|