For Kids



Virtual Tour of a Drinking Water Treatment Plant
A flash-based step-by-step how water is treated and delivered to your home or business as water that is safe to drink.



4 to 10 years old, try these fun activities:


Thirstin's Water Cycle Adventure
(A link from EPA – Games & Activities) Learn all about the water cycle – and put your crayons to use, too.Story of Water

Interactive Water Cycle
A flash animated activity that lets you control the water cycle as you learn. (A link from EPA – Games & Activities

Thirstin's Wacky Water Adventure Activity Book
 (566 K PDF FILE, 16 pgs) More fun games and coloring book pages. (A link from EPA – Games & Activities

Word Scramble Game
The game that lets you unscramble one word in a sentence and lets you know instantly if you have the right answer. (A link from EPA – Games & Activities

Water Treatment Cycle
An illustration of the water treatment process. (A link from EPA – Games & Activities

Water Trivia Facts
Fun water facts continue - how long can you live without water?

More Water Cycle Information
On sunny days, the sunshine warms up bodies of water such as rivers, streams, ponds, lakes and even the ocean

The Air and Water Cycle
Information about the water cycle and fifteen links to read.


Grades 5 to 8, you’ll enjoy these activities

Word Scrabble for KidsWord Scramble PDF
(1pp, 129 K) - A fun game to print and play. (A Link from EPA – Games & Activities

What on Earth?
Play for points and try to beat the clock in this quiz about air, water, and land. (A link from NASA

Water Treatment Cycle
An illustration of the water treatment process. (A link from EPA – Games & Activities


Grades 9 to 12, here’s a game for you:

Interactive Question & Answer Game
Can you pick the right question if you have the answer? Try this game to find out and see if you can get a perfectscore.