We found 20 resources with the keyterm water supply
Excuse Me, Is This the Way to the Drainpipe?Lesson Planet
K - 6th
Elementary kids read and color the story of Willy Wetsworth, a drop of water, as he describes the journey that he and his friends take to provide fresh water to houses. He tells his story to Martha Merriweather, a little girl, and...
The Global Precipitation Measurement Mission (GPM) LessonLesson Planet
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Introduce your class to one of the ways that technology is benefiting humanity. The Global Precipitation Measurement Mission involves the data collected by nine satellites from different countries with a united focus on studying world...
When You Were My Age, What Was This Place Like?Lesson Planet
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Here is a lesson that includes many great ideas for investigating and discovering how our communities have physically changed over the years, and how land use changes over time may affect a community's water supply. The lesson's...
Exploring Downstream: Water ResourcesLesson Planet
9th - 12th
The lack of clean water is a life-threatening plight for millions of people around the world. Through an extensive WebQuest, young environment or social studies classes compare our water availability to that of the cxitizens of Ethiopia,...
Nutrients in Lake Water: Too Much of a Good Thing?!Lesson Planet
11th - 12th
Students investigate nutrient concentrations in lake water. In this biological communities lesson, students experiment with nitrogen and phosphorus cycles using real life situations. Students discuss watersheds, runoff, and both natural...
World Geography: Water: The Indispensable ResourceLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Students are able to explain why water is an indispensable resource in a written essay and class discussion. They identify at least three examples of where water has been a source of conflict between societies from a reading and...
Water Everywhere: Is There Enough to Drink?Lesson Planet
9th - Higher Ed
Learners examine water supply issues caused by population growth and land use. They read and discuss an article, develop a water usage trivia game, write a news article, illustrate a desalination process, and research aquifer systems.