Water Conservation Classes (K-2)

Teach students about the importance of wetlands and how keeping them clean and healthy is important for everyone.

Educational Objectives

1. To define “wetlands,” and help students recognize the difference between healthy and unhealthy water.
2. To explain how leaves, grass clippings, pet waste, motor oil, etc., can end up in lakes and wetlands.
3. To identify the consequences of polluting storm water.
4. To teach how we can all help storm water stay clean in order to protect wetlands, lakes, and animals.
5. To motivate students to talk about their parents/guardians about keeping lakes and wetlands healthy.

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“The performers do an excellent job of captivating the audience, presenting age-appropriate material, and keeping the students engaged.”Kate Powers, 2nd grade teacher

Logistical Info

Grades: K-2
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 35 per class
Max classes per day: 7
Price: $639/per day of classes, plus travel

In the land of 10,000 Lakes, everyone needs to do their part to keep our water sources clean and healthy. These engaging classes help students learn important facts about what causes water pollution, why it’s so important to keep our water clean, and the steps kids (and their families!) can take to make sure there’s plenty of fresh, clean water for everyone. Students leave empowered with the knowledge that they can make a difference in protecting lakes and wetlands.

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“The performers were entertaining but sent a very important environmental message to our students. All student were engaged. Thank you!”Stephanie Masloski, 1st grade teacher

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