Teacher & Student Resources
Curriculum pertaining to stormwater pollution can be a great learning tool for students to understand how their home and school sites as environments are impacted by stormwater and urban runoff. In the 9th – 12th Grade Curriculum for instance, students observe and map the locations of litter, dirt, oil, and other pollutants while estimating the direction of runoff that could carry these pollutants into storm drains or other waterways. We hope to help assist teachers and students to identify stormwater pollution prevention behaviors that can be implemented at the school site and at home with these resources.
- All Ages Curriculum: State Water Resources Control Board Education
- All Ages Curriculum: US EPA Drinking Water & Ground Water Kids' Stuff
- 9th – 12th Grade Curriculum: Your School Site & Its Impact on Water
There are other schools programs that we have found to be effective and fun for kids. To find out more, please utilize the resources below.
- Mr. Funnelhead
- Water Quality Service Learning Program & Water Quality Detectives After School Program
- Kids for the Bay
- The Watershed Project
- North American Association for Environmental Education
- Kids for Saving Earth
- Stormwater Coalition
- Central Sanitation Education