Wyoming Stream TeamTeachers of all Levels The Wyoming Stream Team is a state-wide educational stream monitoring program involving students, teachers, and other volunteers who collect water quality, physical and biological data on Wyoming's water ways. Teton Science Schools has been training Wyoming teachers to monitor water quality in local streams since 1993. Many teachers throughout the state participate in the hands-on monitoring program with their students every year and have creatively adapted and expanded upon the curriculum. Project WET: Worldwide Water EducationTeachers of all Levels 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. Water KidsElementary StudentsThis site provides facts about the water cycle, earth's water supply, how much water it take to do common tasks and challenges kids' knowledge of non-point source water pollution. The Chemistry of WaterElementary and Middle School StudentsThis site was recommended to us by Jenna, a science teacher in Florida. It contains a series of links related to the properties of water, water molecules, solubility, and the states of water: liquid, ice and vapor.