No matter what your age, there are always new things you can learn about being waterwise in your community. Remember to have fun with it, and challenge your friends and family to become waterwise with you!
Free online waterwise games
Fish Tank – Match all the cards while trying to keep the water level up so that your friend, the fish, does not go down the drain.
Print and Play Puzzle – If you enjoy more of a pencil and paper type of game try this smart irrigation word search, maze, and joke worksheet.
EPA Build Your Own Watershed – Hands on experiment that allows kids to explore their watershed.
Storm Water Puzzles - Visit the Stormwater Coalition’s Kids Playhouse page for fun storm water word puzzles, mazes, hidden object pictures, and color & cut out puzzles.
Sweep the Sidewalk – Be sure that you sweep all the fertilizer off the sidewalk before the rainstorm comes. It will wash all the harmful chemicals down the storm drain and out to local waterways.
Secret Agent Worms – Help the three Secret Agent Worms to learn about soil erosion, water pollution and much more. Teachers and parents can also purchase books from this site that go into these topics and others in more detail. (Game originates out of Illinois)
Mission H2O – This interactive Australian water saving game has won numerous awards and is fun for the whole family.
Test your knowledge!
Think you have what it takes to be a waterwise? Test your skills here.
EPA- Watersense Game – Learn about your water and then play a pac-man style game to test what you have learned. Can you avoid the water waster and get all the questions correct?
Welcome to Stormville – Can you recognize a storm water problem when you see it? Test your skills at finding storm water pollution problems, and learn what we can do to prevent them.