Students of all ages will enjoy playing The Water Form Game to learn more about water in its many forms, states and water conservation. Once they crack the code, go on to the virtual choice board to dive deeper into eco-inquiry action based projects for how to to keep water clean, social justice issues related to water – particularly in First Nations’ communities in Canada – and how to take actions to conserve water for all living beings and future generations. Click on the images below to get started.
For a FREE download of The Water Form Game, click here: Eco-Games Manual
Books that support and extend water conservation and eco-inquiry action based projects: