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The Story of Drinking Water Teacher and Activity Guide

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Description: Following The Story of Drinking Water educational booklet, the Teacher's Guide provides 33 activities covering all water topics. All student activities can be done with little or no extra equipment. Student activity sheets can be duplicated for individual use. Activities are aligned with US Science Process Standards and Bloom's revised (2001).
Author/Producer: American Water Works Association. By and revised by Kelley Staggs
Topic Areas Covered: Ancient water systems, water molecular structure, three forms of water, hydrologic cycle, water sources, water utilities and safe drinking water, distribution to consumers, water pollution, water conservation, water policy
Resource Type: Booklet Guide
For Grade Levels: 4-6
Publication Date: 2011
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Cost: $18.00
Is It Available For Loan? No
Is Training Necessary? No
Language: English
Educational or Informational: Educational
Recommended Enhancements: The Story of Drinking Water, Fifth Edition
The Story of Drinking Water DVD
Geographic Location: North America (applicable world-wide)
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Author/Producer Contact: American Water Works Association
Address: 6666 West Quincy Avenue, Denver, CO 80235-3098
Phone: 800.926.7337
Email: www.awwa.org

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