Top R4R Picks
Resources for extending the learning
Project FLOW (For the Love of Water) engages elementary and secondary students in sustainability education through hands-on projects that model responsible and active citizenship. The experiential component prepares students to be stewards of our water resources and engages them in action that addresses local water issues and concerns.
The following programs and resources are available:
- Top R4R Picks is a compilation of lesson plans, action recipe kits and outdoor activities that are designed for grade K-12, which will guide you through the steps of implementing a sustainability action project. You can access all of these resources FREE by clicking on the resources under Top R4R Picks on the right.
- Water Docs @ School Action Projects Program is a hands-on, interdisciplinary learning program for Grade 8 classes, delivered in partnership with Ecologos. Through Water Docs @ School, students explore local water issues through study, action and film. For more information and to register click the following:
- Water Action Project Funding of up to $400 is available to schools to implement an Action Project, through our EcoLeague™ Program. Apply today!
- Professional Learning Workshops provide teachers with the tools, techniques and resources that support the development and implementation of action project. See upcoming workshops and/or register for a workshop by clicking the following:
- Pedagogical Resources are provided to assist teachers in facilitating action projects with their students.