Interactive Games/Apps

DIY Lake Science AppFrom the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley http://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/do_science_now/diy_lake_science
Investigate freshwater ecosystems where you live with this new, free DIY Lake Science App from UC Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science, funded by the National Science Foundation. The field adventures include making a viewscope to look for underwater plants and animals and crafting a Secchi disc used in measuring water clarity. The app also includes indoor activities.

Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk
From MacGillivray Freeman Films
Check out the education resources including the interactive activities:

Journey of a Raindrop!
http://www.grandcanyonadventurefilm.com/interactive-activities/journey-of-a-rain-drop/index.html
The "Journey of a Raindrop" program follows the path of a raindrop from a house roof to a river, engaging users in cleaning up the sources of non-point-source pollution around their home.

Learn about Water Conservation
http://www.grandcanyonadventurefilm.com/interactive-activities/water-conservation/index.html
The "Water Conservation" program demonstrates how much water is used on average every day and provides ways of using water wisely around the home. After users have identified various residential water-conservation strategies, an interactive segment ranks strategies according to their effectiveness.

Storm Drain Goalie
From the Center for Global Environmental Education
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/storm-drain-goalie/id597957491?mt=8
Storm Drain Goalie (SDG) is an app that introduces impacts of surface water pollution through a fun interactive game. Users are challenged during time-limited interactions to keep common pollutants out of a storm drain while allowing untainted water droplets to enter the drain. The app keeps score and provides feedback about the user’s success and provides information about ways to reduce runoff pollution in the real world.

Waters to the Sea Series
From Hamline University Center for Global Environmental Education
http://www.hamline.edu/education/cgee/waters-to-sea.html
Waters to the Sea is a series of internationally acclaimed, interactive, multimedia, learning programs on North America's waterways for grades four through eight. They are produced by the educational multimedia production arm of the Center for Global Environmental Education at Hamline University.

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