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Youth & Educator Resources

H2O - Where To Go!   

Do you have questions about water and the important role it plays in our lives? Are you interested in learning more about water and your environment?

The following sites have information and activities to help you as you explore your world:

Watch Driplet, the Water Conservation Mascot, and learn about the water cycle and how plants use water.

Let Driplet explain how much water is used to make the food you eat. You will be surprised!

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Drinking Water Education

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) Education Page

SWFWMD's Regional Watershed and Environmental Information, Activities, and Games for Kids

U.S. Geological Survey - Games, Activities, Projects, Calculators

Pinellas County's 4-H Program Whether a youth is interested in cows or engineering, the 4-H program utilizes a hands-on approach to education and building life skills.

Games, Contests, and Videos from the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

Fun Drinking Water Facts

EPA's Interactive Water Video and Game

Water Use Calculators of all types

Watch 8-year old Aqua and her dog, Sparky, show her family how to conserve water in this online video from the GRACE Communications Foundation.

Get Outdoors!

University of Florida - Gardening for Kids

Texas A&M University - Aggie Horticulture for Kids

National Arbor Day Foundation

Florida Bug Club (University of Florida)

National Gardening Association - Gardening for Children

National Wildlife Federation

Educator Resources

Southwest Florida Water Management District's Education Page

EPA Resources

Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Learning Media  

Marine Education Resources at the Bridge Sponsored by NOAA Sea Grant and the National Marine Educators Association

WaterSense Program - EPA

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