The WaterShed offers kits and models for use by educators and community members throughout the year. Contact Us to reserve these FREE resources for a two-week period. The WaterShed also offers a selection of books that are available for check out.
Fish and Food Chains Kit
These comprehensive kits include curriculum, books, activities, toys, and plush animals to explore fish life and the marine food chain.
Air Quality Kit
These comprehensive kits include curriculum, books, activities, toys, and plush animals to explore air quality.
Water Quality Kit
These comprehensive kits include curriculum, books, activities, toys, and plush animals to explore water quality.
Students learn about groundwater and sources of pollution by running water and dye through the different layers.
School Water Audit Kit
Lesson plans and tools to conduct an indoor and outdoor water audit for a school.
Enviroscape Tabletop Watershed Model – Stormwater
In this 3’ x 2’ model, students set up the landscape, create pollution or waste and watch what happens when it “rains.”
Stormwater is pictured. Also available: Wastewater & Drinking Water
IDAH2O Master Water Stewards Monitoring Kit
This kit provides the testing supplies and macroinvertebrate collecting supplies to utilize the IDAH2O program protocols to monitor the biological, physical and chemical health of a water body. Multiple kits available.
Water Quality Testing Kits & Macroinvertebrate Pack
Students investigate water quality with LaMotte GREEN chemical testing kits and tools to collect and identify macroinvertebrates in surface water. We provide the reagents for the test kits which measure temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, nitrates, and phosphates. Multiple classroom sets available.
Incredible Journey Dice Game
In this popular Project WET activity, students travel as water drops around the earth with the roll of a die. Beads to make water cycle bracelets included.
Water History Trunk
This trunk of artifacts and replicas teach about ways in which we gathered, stored and utilized water in the pioneer days.