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Clean Green Healthy Schools: An Environmental Health and Safety Activities Book for Teachers and Students (March 2003)
Grade Level: Middle School/Junior High - High School
Type: Classroom Lessons - Manual/Handbook
Summary: The goal of the Clean,Green and Healthy Schools Manual is to protect students and the school community's health and safety on campus and in the home. Every student has the right to attend a school whose environment, staff and training protects and nurtures ph...
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Contaminated Water, What's Up in the Environment
Grade Level: Middle School/Junior High
Type: Classroom Lessons - Classroom Materials
Summary: What's Up in the Environment projects are intended primarily for middle school students, but can be modified. They begin with an extensive description of the project’s objectives, standards, time and materials needed, computer requirements, and lists of on-lin...
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Great Lakes--Make the Human Health Connection
Grade Level: High School
Type: Classroom Lessons - Classroom Materials
Summary: Environmental Health Perspectives online lessons have a new addition that focuses on the Great Lakes’ environmental problems. This is designed for grades 10-12. As a reminder, EHP lessons are built around real issues and news articles and the article link is p...
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Green Squad, Kids taking action for greener, healthier schools
Grade Level: Elementary - Middle School/Junior High
Type: Checklist - Classroom Games and Activities - Fact sheet - Language Options - Web site
Summary: An interactive tool for students that helps them understand their school their health and the environment and aids them in discovering what they might be able to do to improve the school environment.Interactive tools allow them to explore various rooms but the...
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Surf Your Watershed
Grade Level: Elementary - Middle School/Junior High - High School
Type: Classroom Materials - List - Web site
Summary: Watersheds are those land areas that catch rain or snow and drain to specific marshes, streams, rivers, lakes, or to ground water. Choose from the options they provide to Locate Your Watershed. You can search by clicking on your state, use USGS's geographic n...
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Thirteen Ed Online (What's Up in the Environment)
Grade Level: Middle School/Junior High - High School
Type: Classroom Lessons - Classroom Materials - Glossary - Web site
Summary: This website is made available in part by a PBS affiliate, WNET in New York. Categories include water, land, air, energy and each category has web site resources, print material and "on-air" resources. They offer careeer information, hot topics, class project...
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Water Cycle in 36 languages
Grade Level: Elementary - Middle School/Junior High - High School - Post-Secondary
Type: Fact sheet - Language Options - Web site
Summary: Not your everyday watercycle, this is complete with diagram and discussion topics/fact sheets on 15 topics (condensation, groundwater, precipitation, evaporation, surface runoff and more). The diagram is complete in 36 languages including Slovakian, Thai, Tam...
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Watersheds: What's Up in the Environment
Grade Level: Middle School/Junior High
Type: Classroom Lessons - Classroom Materials - Glossary
Summary: What's Up in the Environment projects are intended primarily for middle school students, but can be modified. They begin with an extensive description of the project’s objectives, standards, time and materials needed, computer requirements, and lists of on-lin...
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World Water Day
Grade Level: High School - Post-Secondary
Type: Article/Report - Language Options - Web site
Summary: The international observance of World Water Day is an initiative that grew out of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro.

The United Nations General Assembly designated 22 March of each year as the World...

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