Moulton Niguel Water District is following the guidance of state and federal agencies by canceling all public events until further notice. While we have postponed some of our in-person educational programs, we hope you take advantage of these online resources available for your entire family to enjoy!
Note: The links below will open in a new window. These external websites are not maintained by Moulton Niguel. External links include educational videos on YouTube, we recommend establishing a kid-safe YouTube environment, please visit YouTube Kids Parental Guide for more information.
Learn about the water cycle and the infrastructure that delivers water to our homes
Elevating student’s understanding about water is accomplished by engaging them in meaningful learning. MET’s Education Unit provides programs, supplemental materials, workshops, virtual field trips, teacher in-services and classroom presentations geared from pre-K to college.
USGS offers information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge.
Project WET offers an interactive online module to help educate students about sanitation and hygiene.
Project WET offers interactive activities about water topics including water cycle, ocean, fresh water, watersheds, water conservation and protection, indirect and direct water use.
Moulton Niguel has partnered with The Project WET Foundation to provide this Conserve Water Activity Booklet. It is available for all ages, though the suggested grades are 3rd-8th grade.
Request a free downloadable PDF version by visiting www.projectwet.org/mnwd.