Kids Keeping the Delta Clean
Hi kids, my name is Stanley the Striped Bass. My friends and I live near you in the Delta. There are fish that live underwater with me, birds that fly through the sky and plants that grow on the shore. Just like you need clean water to drink and play in, we need clean water to live in too. You can do your part to make a difference and keep the Delta Clean and safe for all of us.
Ask you parents or teacher to print the activity book for you. Have fun with the connect-the-dots page, word puzzle, animal find and watershed maze.
- Cover (front and back) (PDF)
- Back inside cover (PDF)
- Pages 1 and 8 (PDF)
- Pages 2 and 7 (PDF)
- Pages 3 and 6 (PDF)
- Pages 4 and 5 (PDF)
Your parents or teacher can also ask us to send them free activity books. Book can be ordered by emailing Melinda Harris.
Visit other cool websites where you can learn more about clean water and how to protect our beautiful environment. Use the links below to check out these special websites that are just for you.
Resources for Kids
- California Coastal Commission - Listen to the sounds of humpback whales, take the coastal creatures and marine mammal quizzes, and do the fun word search.
- Games, Quizzes and Videos about the Environment - Play games and find other activities to do online, including crossword puzzles and word searches.
Resources for Teachers and Parents
- California Coastal Commission Resources for Educators Directory - A listing of educator activity guides, programs, lending library listings and other great resources.
- California Water Boards Water Quality Service Learning Program - Lesson plans in English and Spanish for fourth, fifth and sixth-grade teachers. Units of study are aligned to California Content Standards and support the new education and the environment initiative.
- Sacramento County Stormwater Programs for Kids and Schools - The Sacramento County Stormwater Management Program has a variety of hands-on educational programs.
- The California Education and the Environment Initiative (EEI), a program of CalRecycle's Office of Education and the Environment (OEE) - The K-12 EEI Curriculum uses the environment as a context to help students learn science and history-social science. It is a model to demonstrate how to integrate environmental literacy into instruction. Teachers may access all of the EEI Curriculum online for free.
- U.S. Geological Survey's Water Science for Schools Site - A great water website for parents, teachers and kids that offers information on many aspects of water along with pictures, data, maps and an interactive center where kids can give opinions and test their water knowledge.