If you’ve checked out the website and want to learn more about groundwater, here are some links to other website resources for you!
Once Upon a Wellfield or The Adventures of Dew
- This is a great book developed by Ohio EPA that follows a drop of water through the hydrological cycle! It can also be a coloring book if you are able to print it out.
- Project WET (water education for teachers) is an organization that provides resources for people interested in teaching kids about water. They have free and paid guides, activity books, maps/poster, story books, lesson plans, and more!
- The Groundwater Foundation provides lots of information about groundwater along with free resources such as downloadable activity guides and other resources.
The National Groundwater Association
- The National Groundwater Association provides resources for teachers including lesson plans and information for students such as information about careers within the groundwater industry.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS)
- The USGS is the government scientific agency that studies earth science such as biology, geography, geology, and hydrogeology. Under their water resources program, they provide links to many of their webpages so you can learn more about groundwater and other water resources.
If you know of another groundwater education resource that we should share, please contact us!