A couple years ago I made the trip with my mom and aunt to see the Hoover Dam.
It was beautiful and massive!
Yet I couldn’t stop staring at the noticeable water line. It was well below normal. It was frightening!!!
Living in California we are always reminded that there is a drought.
At home we do our best to be water conscious.
We turn off the faucet while brushing our teeth, we have our shower heads set to low, and use reusable water bottles.
Join the Cal Water H2O Challenge and learn how to teach your kids about water conservation.
Cal Water H2O Challenge is a project-based, environmentally-focused competition for classrooms, grades 4-6. Designed in conjunction with NAAEE, the WestEd K-12 Alliance, and Cal Water, and aligned with the Common Core State Standards and complimentary to the Next Generation Science Standards, Cal Water H2O Challenge offers a unique opportunity for upper elementary teachers to facilitate their students’ learning of standards-based content, while developing the core understanding of environmental principles necessary to becoming science-literate citizens.
Learn more at https://challenge.calwater.com/