Watershed Maps is a hands-on activity that provides students with a clear visual that demonstrates and defines the concepts of watersheds, and point and non-point source pollution. Using just a piece of paper, markers, and a touch of water, students will follow along and create their own working model of a watershed.
You can schedule a virtual presentation from our team, or download our Watershed Maps activity PowerPoint with audio, by clicking the links below:
Schedule a virtual presentation with our Education Outreach Team
To send a request for a member of Valley Water’s Education Outreach Team to present this lesson to your students through Zoom or Google Hangouts CLICK HERE
Downloadable Watershed Maps presentation for educators and students
This lesson is also offered as an activity to be presented to students by teachers using your online learning platform of choice, as well as a stand-alone activity that can be sent directly to students.
To access this lesson through PowerPoint for teacher use, CLICK HERE
To access this lesson through PowerPoint for student use, CLICK HERE
At this time all Valley Water Education Outreach programming has been moved to virtual platforms. We are offering Watershed Wednesdays, an opportunity for the public to participate in our Watershed Maps activity. Please CLICK HERE to sign up for one of the scheduled events. We look forward to sharing our new programs with you!
Additional Distance Learning Resources
Resources that educators, parents and children can use to learn about water, from our partners at Project WET: CLICK HERE
For free environmental science curriculum from Think Earth: CLICK HERE