"Educate. Empower. Act. The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators, and communities of the world with water education. We invite you to join us in educating children about the most precious resource on the planet:water." - Project WET
Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is a non-profit, interdisciplinary water education program. The program facilitates and promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through educators’ workshops, water education materials, watershed tours, and youth water festivals.
Project WET materials and activities are an outstanding resource to supplement your existing curricula and help teachers meet the Montana Standards for Education.
Volunteer Monitoring for Teachers
We strive to ensure that our education outreach program's workshops and materials meet the needs of Montana's schools. If we can help your school district meet water education and professional development needs, please contact the Program Coordinator.
Correlations to Montana State Standards - New in 2010!
We want to help you incorporate water education into your classroom curriculum. Activities in these Project WET Guides are now correlated to the Montana State Content Standards: Conserve Water Educator's Guide, Discover A Watershed - Watershed Manager's Educator Guide, Discover a Watershed: Missouri Educator's Guide, Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide, and WOW! Wonders of Wetlands.
View and download the correlations for the Guides today, and enhance your existing curriculum lessons with activities that encourage learning in outdoor settings with real world applications!
Montana Content Standards are available from Office of Public Instruction.
Project Learning Tree, Project WET, Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities have been correlated to the Montana science, reading and math content standards on this interactive website. Check it out! Correlations to Montana's Content Standards
Coming Soon: Water Monitoring - Water monitoring activities are correlated to the Montana state science standards.