Welcome to Water World!
We are so excited you want to learn more about water!
You have come to the right place – we have stories, games,
activities and more. Just click on the links below to enter Water
World – just be careful you don’t get splashed!
Mr. Science Guy and his buddy, Mr. Watershed, help children
understand where our water comes from and why we must protect it.
Our favorite friends, Drop and Dino, explain how water is
always on the move.
If you are 4 to 10 years old, try these
Take a tour and explore our water treatment process through this
great new on-line book!
Wrong with this Picture?
Can you find all the ways that we pollute the water around us?
Click on the picture to learn about some of the most common things
Water Cycle Adventure
Learn all about the water cycle – and put your crayons to
Just click your mouse and you control the water cycle.
Water Cycle Activity
Learn how to build your own water cycle with everyday items.
Wacky Water Adventure Activity Book (566 K PDF FILE, 16 pgs)
More fun games and coloring book pages.
Do you like to color? Do you like to color on your computer? Visit
this page and you’ll find an awesome picture that you can
color over and over again!
If you're in 5 – 8 grades, you’ll
enjoy these activities
Test your memory by matching all of the water symbols.
Try putting this online puzzle together in Willie’s Water World.
A fun game to print and complete – see if you can unscramble
the melbrcsad word in a sentence.
Facts Matching Game
Do you know how much water it takes to brush your teeth? Print
out this game to find out.
Fun Facts Matching Game
Here’s another way to find out how much water you use – and
you can play right on your computer. (Some of the links in this
game are to external sources not hosted on EPA's Web site)
Learn all about the water treatment process that brings clean,
safe water to your house.
If you are in grades 9-12, here are games
and experiments for you:
Nonpoint Source Outreach Toolbox
A toolbox for learning more about nonpoint source pollution and
how you can help to prevent it.
Activities and lessons about a variety of water topics, ranging
from the water treatment process to exploring estuaries.
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 perfect score.