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Love Your Stream Poster

The "Love Your Stream" poster features illustrations of the top ten clean water practices for kids. Scroll to bottom of the page.

Subject(s): Art, Science
Type(s): Posters and Maps
Level(s): Early Learning, High School
Keywords: water and energy conservation, green development, restoration, stream study, water quality

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Observing a Stream Lesson

Students will predict characteristics of a local stream and make observations at a local stream site. They will observe stream surroundings, stream water, and stream bottom and describe the stream site in words, writing, and drawing. Students will then create a poster display to communicate observations and questions.

Subject(s): Art, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Technology
Type(s): Lessons and Activities
Level(s): Elementary School
Aligned with the following standard(s): Virginia
Keywords: stream study, water testing

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