2013: Where Does Your Water Shed?

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Ever wonder where the rain goes once it hits the ground? It depends! If it hits a roof, it might go into a gutter and then down a downspout into a grassed lawn. If it hits a parking lot, it will travel on top of the asphalt to the lowest point it can find. If it lands on soil, it will soak into the ground and replenish groundwater reserves. Join us on our journey to find out more about water!

Where Does Your Water Shed? was the Stewardship theme for 2013. You may download the logo on NACD’s Flickr page here. Please use the 2013 stewardship materials for educational purposes only.

Where Does Your Water Shed? Educators Guide |PDF| This document includes grade level activities, additional topic resources, literature connections, and more!

Worksheets

Grades K-1 |PDF|

Grades 2-3 |PDF|

Grades 4-5 |PDF|

Grades 6-8 |PDF|

For Church Leaders

(Sample) Program Insert |PDF|

(Sample) Program Blank |PDF|

(Sample) Litany |PDF|

Church Leaders Guide |PDF|

Church Leaders Presentation |PPT| Presentation Notes |PDF|

Additional Resources and Activities

(Sample) Placemat/Activity Sheet |PDF| Answer Key |PDF|

(Samples) Bookmark |PDF| BIG Book |PDF| and Where Does Your Water Shed? Poster |PDF|

H20 Bingo |XLS| |DOC| This activity was provided by Debbie Ruff of Livingston Conservation District in Illinois.

Healthy Water Hopscotch Activity Signs |PDF| Activity Instructions |PDF| This activity is a great way for kids to learn how their actions impact water quality. Print the signs linked above on 11” by 17” inch paper for field days, exhibits or school lesson plans.

Water Cycle Spinners |PDF| This printable activity goes along with Project WET’s “An Incredible Journey” and is great for field days, exhibits or school lesson plans.

SHED Coloring Page |PDF|

SHED Shield |PDF| So your students can be water heroes too!

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