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#### Creating a Rain Garden

For Teachers 1st - 12th
Use this series of lessons to empower your gardeners to plan for, design, and implement a rain garden on campus! From planning water flow and calculating volume to acting in an interpretive play where they become plants, learners will be...
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#### Follow the Water by Arthur Dorros

For Students 1st Standards
Assess scholars' reading and writing capabilities with an exam that challenges learners to respond to an informative text. Through note-taking and peer discussion, pupils analyze a passage from the story, Follow the Water from Brook to...
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#### Bio Inspired Design Paper Flowers

For Teachers 3rd Standards
Can paper flowers have some of the same properties as real flowers? First, learners investigate how water is absorbed into a flower through capillary action by using real flowers, yarn, and paper. Then, they have an opportunity to create...
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#### Fluid Flow and Equipment: Crash Course Engineering #13

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Bernoulli knows best (at least about fluid mechanics). The 13th installment in the Crash Course Engineering series focuses on Bernoulli's principle. Viewers learn the relationship between the speed and pressure of fluids by watching a...
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#### Flow Rates of Faucets and Rivers

For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards
Go with the flow and use a helpful resource. A set of two activities has learners investigate flow rates. They first determine the flow rate of a faucet by measuring how long it takes to fill a bucket. Using the results, they make a...
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#### Why Do Rivers Curve?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Rivers flow downhill, but why are there so many curves? The video explains how a straight river with only a tiny change begins to curve. It introduces the patterns all curving rivers follow all over the planet and other planets.
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#### Are You Concentrating?

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Explore the importance of a concentration gradient in the rates of dissolution. Using the ocean ecosystem, learners study rates of dissolution around coral reefs. A hands-on experiment helps individuals discover the effects of changing a...
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For Teachers 3rd - 5th Standards
What kind of impact do humans have on watersheds? Find out in a lesson that defines, explores, and promotes ways to protect our watersheds. The ultimate goal of the lesson is for learners to discover how a watershed is impacted by...
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#### Explore Watersheds

For Students 3rd - 8th Standards
What makes a watershed? What are the natural and human features of a watershed? How do human features affect watersheds? Where can I find my local watershed? These questions are thoroughly explained in an informative watershed interactive.
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#### Tippy Tap Plus Piping

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
Getting water to a tap requires an understanding the fundamentals of fluid flow. Groups design, build, and test a piping system to get water from the source — a five gallon bucket — to a tippy tap. The objective is to be able to fill...
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For Teachers 4th - 12th
Young surveyors look for patterns in water flow around campus. Using a map of the school (that you will need to create), they mark the direction of the path of water. They also perform calculations for the volume that becomes runoff. The...
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#### Curve of Best Fit

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Don't watch the resource go down the drain. Scholars perform an experiment where they measure the amount of water that flows from a funnel over time. They use the data to create graphs and find the curves of best fit.
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#### Design of an Earthen Dam for a Lafayette Neighborhood

For Teachers 3rd Standards
How do dams support bodies of water? Scholars engage in a hands-on STEM activity where they design, build, and test dams to learn about bodies of water and how humans use natural resources. They learn how criteria and constraints affect...
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#### How Watersheds Work

For Teachers K - 3rd
What better way to learn about the watershed than to have your kids act it out themselves? This activity gets them moving and thinking as they simulate the Atlantic Ocean (could be adjusted geographically), estuaries, creeks, and rivers....
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#### Hydraulics and Electrical Control of Hydraulic Systems

For Students 10th - Higher Ed Standards
It's all systems go for learning about hydraulic systems. An eBook provides a set of videos and exercise questions for a semester-long course on hydraulics. Six units introduce hydraulics, Pascal's law, hydraulic applications, flow...
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#### Wipe Out

For Teachers K
Learners examine the flow of water. They observe and test the properties of water by using sticks in flowing water. The lesson has streaming video, resource links to access, and a good hands-on activity that is clearly described in the...
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#### Identifying and Locating Lakes and Rivers

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Students analyze geography by creating an illustration of nature in class. In this bodies of water lesson, students describe the differences between lakes and rivers, identify ones that are close to their home and define water vocabulary...
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#### Stress, Strain and Quicksand: Crash Course Engineering #12

For Students 9th - 12th
A video flows naturally into a lesson on fluid mechanics. Viewers of an engaging YouTube video learn about the interaction of forces involving fluids. The 12th installment of the Crash Course Engineering series covers stress and strain,...
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#### Marine Fisheries Management

For Teachers 10th - Higher Ed
The many aspects to consider in Marine Fisheries are covered in this very detailed PowerPoint.  There are a large number of slides dealing with both the conditions to consider and terms regarding fisheries. It also covers the laws,...
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#### Water Flow Through Local Soils

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students examine the relationship between particle size and rate of water flow through soil. They collect soil samples, make predictions, conduct a water flow experiment, analyze the data, and answer conclusion questions.
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#### Science Excursion: Cover Mapping Land

For Teachers 8th - 11th
Students study remotely sensed images and topographic maps to classify land cover types in their watershed area. They take samples in the watershed area to interpret the images.
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#### How Does My River Flow?

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Learners create a river. In this water flow lesson, students predict how they think their river will flow and then construct a river box. Learners create a landscape for the river to flow through, let the river flow and record...
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#### Making an Antarctic Water Flow Model

For Teachers 8th - 11th
Students explore world geography by creating a science model. In this water properties lesson, students identify the geography surrounding Antarctica and discuss how water flows in an out of the continent. Students complete a water...
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#### There's a Watershed in my Backyard!

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Students explain what the term watershed is by creating a model. In this science, geography lesson, students demonstrate how the water moves in a watershed. Additionally, students learn about point source and nonpoint source pollution....