Water Links

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Water Links for Kids

US Geological Survey Water Cycle For Kids: A fun water-cycle diagram for kids of all ages.

Thirstin's Water Cycle - a fun interactive, animation from the EPA

US EPA's Explorers' Club: Do you want to make the earth a cleaner place to live? How can you help to protect the air, water, and land? Explore this site to find out what you can do!

Play the Don't Drown the Ground game and use the points you earn to learn more about ways to conserve water.

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service: Learn what a watershed is and why it's important to you!

EPA Office of Water Kids' Stuff Page: projects, art, and experiments to involve kids with environmental protection.

The Groundwater Foundation Kids Corner: learn what groundwater is all about and why it is so important.

EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water: games and activities that will help you learn about drinking water.

U.S. Geological Survey's Water Science for Schools: information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.

The Water Page: practical tips for saving water and lots of resources for learning more about water.

The Water Cycle: learn about the water cycle with interactive lessons and videos.

Lehigh Valley Water Suppliers: learn about water with interactive games and fun activities.

bugbios: learn all about insects and how intertwined our culture has become with them.