In the Classroom

Bringing WAV into the classroom is fun and easy!

These resources can be used to support water quality education programs for students of all ages.

Classroom Resources

Biotic Index CalculationBiotic Index PosterKey to Life in the PondKey to Life in the RiverKey to Life in the River (Spanish)Key to Life in the WetlandMacroposterThe Hach Dissolved Oxygen KitWonderful Wacky Water Critters

Exploring Streams Curriculum

Streams are dynamic places to study! Middle and high school students will learn about at least six aspects of stream health when teachers guide them through this Water Action Volunteers stream monitoring curriculum. The following activity guide is divided into six sections. You can download the entire curriculum or specific components of it. Note that the version posted online does not contain answers. A teaching version is available in print. Contact the WAV Coordinator for Baseline Monitoring and Outreach to obtain a print copy.

WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum (no answer key)

Teaching Version Request

Curriculum in Parts

WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Index and Preface WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Section 1 WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Section 2 WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Section 3 WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Section 4 WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Section 5 WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Section 6 WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Section 6C WI Stream Monitoring CurriculumĀ  -Section 6D WI Stream Curriculum – Addendum

Other Curriculum Resources

WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Game Board WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Erosion in a Bottle WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Storm Drain Stenciling WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Stream Walk Directions WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Stream Walk Worksheet WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Urban Runoff Model WI Stream Monitoring Curriculum – Watershed in a Box