We are bringing Lots of Fish education lessons online! With your generous contributions and Sustainable CT, we are conducting much of our program online for New Haven Schools, teachers and students to adapt to changes to in-person assemblies due to COVID-19!
This lesson highlights the importance of water and how people interact with it in their daily lives.
This lesson highlights how water leaves our homes and where it goes.
This lesson highlights the water cycle and how water moves about the earth.
This lesson highlights impervious surfaces and how water travels differently in a natural vs. urban habitat.
This lesson highlights that nature all around us and everything on this earth interacts with one another is the environment!
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We hope to make young engineers inspired to study GIS and spatial analysis through our GIS for Kids lesson plan. Students with better understand what GIS and how it works by navigating through Google Earth!
Here are some games and activities to supplement our Lots of Fish online classroom series.
We touch thousands of surfaces every day and germs can be everywhere! We need to wash our hands regularly with soap and water to stay healthy!
About ¾ of the Earth’s surface is covered in water but since most of that is saltwater, we humans cannot actually consume it! If all of the water in the world filled a bathtub, the usable water would only fill a teaspoon!
The Water Cycle is the endless movement of water around the world. In the form of liquid, solid, or gas, water travels under and above the planet!
WIDA River Rangers – easy to implement investigations and literacy-based lessons about water and the environment in the DMV. (k – 5)
Anacostia River maps provided by Anacostia Watershed Society. Helpful for research. (9–12)
HydrateDC – DC Water’s new hub for information about water in the District. (9 – 12
This film explores the bottled water industry's attacks on tap water and its use of seductive, environmental-themed advertising to cover up the mountains of plastic waste it produces.
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