Tracking Pollution - A Hazardous Whodunit - An activity for the class trying to figure out who is responsible for the water pollution and who has to pay for the cleanup in the town of Riverville.
Decision Making - A Mock Town Meeting on a Proposed Tank Farm - Your class will represent all of the citizens of Priceford. A major corporation wants permission to build a tank farm just outside of the town and both sides must be heard at a town meeting in your class.
Water Filtration - A class activity to demonstrate the procedures that municipal water plants may use to purify water for drinking.
Interactive Water Filtration Instructions * - A step-by-step instruction on how to complete this in class activity complete with narration and visual support. You can jump from section to section and repeat as necessary. (Some of the links in this game are to external sources not hosted on EPA's web site )
Protecting America's Public Health - Safe Drinking Water Act - This web site contains an informative poster and CD-ROM that illustrates how everything we do can effect our drinking water.
The Water Source Books - The Water Sourcebooks contain 324 activities for grades K-12 divided into four sections: K-2, 3-5, 5-8, and 9-12. Each section is divided into five chapters
Question & Answer Game (128 K PDF FILE, 2 pgs) - A card game that you can print and cut apart the individual cards. The game is played by one team reading the Answer from the card and the other team has to guess the correct Question that relates to the Answer.
Interactive Question & Answer Game * - A flash animated game that gives the Answer and you have to choose the correct Question from three possible answers. The game lets you know instantly if you have the right answer.
Build Your Own Watershed - A class activity to illustrate the basic properties of a watershed.