Kids can learn and help conserve too!
Teach a child to save water and create a lifelong conservationist!
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other national and local agencies provide useful tools for kids and families to learn together on how to conserve water. Water Conservation is a group effort and the District appreciates all Residents who help in conserving as much water as possible.
Below are links to learn how your family uses water and what you can do together to help conserve water every day. Remember that every little bit counts each time you conserve water. The activities or links located in this section and at the bottom of this page (Eartheasy,Watersense) can help engage discussion with your children on what your family can do to help be more "Water Smart"!
Here are some kid friendly links and activities about water and water conservation:Family Pledge to Filter Out Bad Water Habits(PDF)
Family activities recommended for children in grade levels PreK - 2:
Family activities recommended for children in grade levels 3 - 5 or older:Water Use Table (PDF)
Activity - "A Day in the life of a drop" sponsored by EPA
(3 pp, 221K)
A Day in the Life of a Drop: Worksheet #2 (PDF)
(6 pp, 1.3MB)
(1 pp, 105K)
(1 pp, 160K)