Due to COVID in-person presentations have been cancelled. Meanwhile we are offering Free Virtual Assemblies and follow up activities.
First choose an assembly link below, either as a link to videos or a Google form with questions that are easily dropped into Google Classroom.
Or email us to set up a live stream assembly and watershed education session with your class or school!
Next choose follow up activities. Matching games in Spanish and English, take home science experiment kits, water movement cards, book pdf and more, all free!
1) Online: Watershed Card Matching game.
Share your screen to play together or give kids the link to play at home! Develop vocabulary and reinforce science standards with a fun card game online while remembering how to save water:
2) Take home: Waterbeat Postcard and Water Surface Tension Experiment Delivery!
We are now offering delivery of water science packets for every student to take home. The at home science experiment helps students see why even soap outside becomes a pollutant. They get a water dropper and instructions on how to do the science at home. The instructions have a worksheet they can share with teachers! Tons of science and math in this activity!
The Waterbeat postcard gives water vocabulary and movements for students to do at home to get some physical education while developing science and language knowledge.
3) PDF and Video of the WaterBeat Book
The WaterBeat Activity Book Available in PDF format for easy viewing & sharing
Please ask your students to take a brief quiz after they watch the Watershed Watch assembly to help us improve!
4) The WaterBeat Sequence
Have your students stand up and dance! While learning about watersheds:
Watershed Watch has once again partnered with ZunZun, the award-winning children’s performing arts group, to perform:
The Musical Watershed
A Free Assembly program for Grades K-6
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ZunZun presents a musical adventure about keeping our ocean, rivers and streams clean and healthy. This interactive and energetic show teaches about watershed awareness, storm water pollution prevention, and clean water. Students learn what they can do to protect our waterways!
This lively show engages the audience while sharing music, theater and a positive, empowering message about the environment with children of all ages. This program relies heavily on audience participation and can be bilingual Spanish/English. This highly successful assembly program has been seen by over 75,000 students and has been sponsored by major Bay Area environmental agencies. The group ZunZun has performed in 13 countries for the past 10 years and are members of Young Audiences of Bay Area and Silicon Valley, and are on the Touring Roster for California Arts Council. They are award-winning recording artists and will have recordings available at the school.
Appropriate for grades K-6, presentations have been created to include K-6 science and social studies content standards by the California State Board of Education.
This is a limited opportunity—the Watershed Watch campaign will sponsor a FREE show at qualified schools on a first-come, first-served basis.