We are only able to provide materials to school districts within the service area of the Alameda County Water District (Fremont, Union City, and Newark).
If possible, please consolidate orders if more than one teacher from your school will be ordering materials. Please allow three weeks for delivery. For faster service, you may pick up your order and will be contacted when it is available. Orders can be picked up at ACWD headquarters at:
43885 S. Grimmer Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538
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This coloring book gives young readers tips on how they can conserve water. Such as "turning off the water while brushing their teeth", and so much more!
This coloring book begins with an introduction to the water cycle. Kids complete activity pages that teach them many ways to conserve water around the house and yard.
Simple word games and puzzles help children understand the forms in which water is found, how the water cycle works, and why it is important to all living things.
Water conservation is the name of the game. This activity booklet teaches kids how to become smarter water-users.
Droughts - what are they, where do they occur, why do they happen, and how can we respond? Explore these questions and more with your students.
Through engaging pictures and text and interactive lessons students learn about water flow principles, the importance of ground water and its many uses.
This book teaches students valuable information on how they can conserve water and protect it, and the importance of water to our planet through colorful puzzles and word games.
Written in comic book form, this booklet is designed to help build an understanding and appreciation of the importance of a safe, reliable water supply.
This booklet teaches kids about water distribution and treatment, why water is precious, and steps on how to save water at home and keep runoff water clean.
This booklet explains how water gets to our homes, the ways pollutants can enter water supplies, and how modern treatment plants make our water safe to drink.
Explore free water education resources available for these grades, at acwd.org/watereducation
This colorful poster depicts seven ways children can conserve water.
This 26"x26" colorful poster illustrates how water travels from mountaintop to ocean and is used for many purposes along the way.
Map of California showing its major natural and built water systems (Federal, State, and local).
This 18"x24" poster depicts where California's water comes from, who uses it, and the institutions which control it.
Water as a renewable resources is depicted in this 18"x24" poster.
This colorful map depicts, in cartoon style, how water is distributed to the residents of Fremont, Newark, and Union City.
This 24"x28" poster provides a cutaway view of a groundwater basin, groundwater terminology, and an explanation of the importance of groundwater to the people of California.
Imprinted pencils remind students of the importance of water.
Rulers are imprinted with a water conservation message.
Rectangle magnets convey the message, "Save Water!"
This custom ACWD coloring headband illustrates the journey of a water drop in the water cycle and can be paired with any of our water cycle booklets. This headband is printed on a perforated line making it easy for kids to tear off. Just color the headband and use tape or a stapler to attach the sides.
This poster contains information about the California Delta! This book cover contains a crossword and word search.
These recycled paper bags are imprinted with the ACWD logo and are perfect for packaging water conservation booklets for individual students.
Each colorful packet contains the seeds of the California Poppy, native to Alameda County. Ideal for science projects and school gardens.
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