Montana Watercourse offers a variety of engaging programs for K-12 educators, non-formal educators, naturalists, and any other water user. Learn more about each program or resource by clicking on the title.
Water monitoring gives students and teachers the opportunity to have a positive interaction with the environment, experience how water quality studies are designed and implemented, and enhance their scientific abilities and data collection techniques. Each of these skills can transcend water quality activities and be applied to any scientific endeavor.
This publication brings wetlands and riparian areas into the classroom. Activities and corresponding reading lists are presented for grades K-4, 5-8 and 9-12. State and national activities are correlated to Montana State Content Standards for ease of instruction. The wetlands reading lists also include reviews and annotated bibliographies from educators to make book selection a breeze.
Explore additional water curriculum and resources developed by local, state, and federal water organizations.
Montana Watercourse is excited to offer water-focused educational teaching trunks: Ground Water Flow Model and Enviroscape Model.