Looking for fun ways to keep your students engaged at home? Check out our list of resources and email email@example.com with any questions, or if you have some resources of your own to share! If you are interested in more comprehensive stormwater lessons, check out our lesson plans to download and print on your own.
Videos & Online Modules
Let's Learn About: Watersheds (with Enviroscape Model Demonstration)
Discover Water Interactive Online Portal (produced by Project WET)
Stop Poo-llution PSA
Journey of a Raindrop in Athens, GA
ACC Stormwater Utility Fee
Freddy the Fish Teaches About Stormwater (produced by North Central Texas Council of Governments)
A Home for Tortuga Activity Book (.pdf)
House + Rain Barrel Coloring Sheet (.png)
Duck Family Coloring Sheet (.png)
Only Rain Down the Storm Drain (.pdf) - courtesy of Water Education Group
Only Rain Down the Storm Drain Spanish (.pdf) - courtesy of Water Education Group
Thank You Essential Workers (.pdf) - courtesy of Water Education Group
Are you an avid geocacher? Never heard of geocaching?
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Anyone can sign up for a free account at geocaching.com.
"Water Logged" is a GeoTrail created by the ACCGov Stormwater Management Program that shows how rainwater gets from our streets to our streams. The geocaches on our GeoTrail are placed near various methods used to improve water quality and reduce stormwater pollution. These methods help absorb, slow, or treat runoff before it reaches our streams. We hope you learn something new about stormwater while you are out Geocaching!