This place-based stream ecology curriculum draws connections
between aquatic life, water quality and the way we live in our
watersheds. By studying the life in local streams, secondary
students meet myriad small creatures who depend on clean water
for life. Understanding their connection to this intricate web of
life empowers students to join community efforts to protect water
and habitat where they live.
This three-lesson curriculum, suitable for grades 6-12, does not
require hours of preparation. On the contrary, Life in
Our Watershed: Investigating Streams and Water Quality allows
teachers to dive right in with their students!
Splash would love the opportunity to help you teach your students
about the streams that flow through the areas where they live and
go to school. Check out the links below for more information
about our streams program for 6th – 12th grade classes.
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