Splash presenters cover the aquatic food chain and pollution prevention using colorful handouts, posters, videos, and a fun, hands-on experiment. Children learn about the importance of local rivers in our lives, how some of our everyday activities can cause water pollution, and what each of us can do to become the solution to pollution!
Each child will receive some goodies following the presentation, including a Sammy Salmon pencil and tattoo.
In sixteen years, this engaging program has inspired over 60,000 Sacramento area students to lend a hand in protecting local water quality. If you would like your students to learn how they can help keep our water clean, sign up for a presentation today!
Please complete this brief survey to let us know your thoughts about the Splash in the Class presentation your students received this school year. It will only take about 5 minutes to complete, yet will provide Splash with very valuable feedback we can use to improve our programs! Thank you!
Treat your students to a fun and educational classroom experience! Splash-in-the-Class presentations are an engaging, hands-on way to teach 3rd – 6th grade students about stormwater quality and how they can be the solution to stormwater pollution.