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Since 2000, Make a Splash with Project WET water festivals have been held throughout the nation. Water festivals are educational, fun, interactive events where students explore a diversity of water topics using Project WET materials. Michigan Project WET facilitators coordinate the Michigan festivals, which occur in a variety of locations throughout the state such as Big Rapids, Michigan. Project WET has a developed a guide to planning a water festival. https://www.projectwet.org/what-we-do/make-a-splash
Virtual Water Festivals
Welcome to the Arizona Water Festival Virtual Event! This page is full of the resources you’ll need to experience the Arizona Water Festival online. The four different learning areas that you will participate in are: Groundwater, Watersheds, Water Cycle, and Water Conservation Technology. Each area includes videos or online learning activities and Big Ideas where you can check what you learned. https://arizonawet.arizona.edu/awf/arizona-water-festival/awf-virtual-event
The Pikes Peak Children's Water Festival gives fourth-grade students a chance to learn about water, wildlife, and pollution. Numerous water-related organizations have created virtual activities and presentations on a variety of topics. https://coloradosprings.gov/waterfestival
This year’s Macatawa Water Festival has been moved to a week-long, virtual-style event from July 6 - July 11,2020. Due to the likely group size restrictions that will still be in place and the scale and feel of the festival, we feel that this is the best option at this time.
We are excited to still educate you about the Macatawa Watershed and encourage you to visit, explore and care for it.
Fun activities for all ages will be available virtually. Please stay tuned for more information as we release our schedule for the Macatawa Water Festival week! https://outdoordiscovery.org/education/community-events/macatawa-water-festival/
Project WET has created a suite of free and discounted resources that educators, parents and children can use to learn about water while meeting standards in math, language arts, science and even fine arts. Note that this site is updated regularly with new resources and tips. Please check back weekly to view Project WET resources! https://www.projectwet.org/distancelearning
Contact Michigan Project WET at 616-331-3048 or email@example.com for more information or for water festival ideas.