We all use water in many ways, including for drinking, bathing, washing and watering our plants and lawns. But water is a limited resource. That is why it is vital that we all find ways to conserve water.
Kids play an important role in making sure that every drop counts. That's why it is essential that we start teaching our children about water conservation at an early age. It is the youth of today who will make sure that there is enough water for everyone for many tomorrows to come.
offers fun activities and games to increase our children's awareness about water conservation. (And we, as adults, could probably learn from these as well.)
Check back often as more activities will be added periodically.
Kids' Corner games, quizzes and activities
- Test your water knowledge by taking a fun quiz from the Environmental
Protection Agency's WaterSense Kids Program.
Help Your Kids to 'Shower Better'
- Every Drop Counts. A math challenge to learn how
much water can be saved by reducing showering time by just one minute.