NWT Drinking Water Curriculum Summary
This Northern-focused student curriculum is comprised of two separate lessons designed to help students think critically about drinking bottled water in the Northwest Territories and the steps through which communities can and do protect their community’s tap water. Click the links to the lessons below.
Grade 7 and 8 Science in Action
Grade 8 Math
Dene Kede School Curriculums
More Water-Related Teaching Resources
Get To Know Your Watershed!
Watersheds are important features in our landscape that teach us about how water flows, how rivers are created and how land and water ways are connected. Other topics such as geology, weather, topography, land cover, land uses and water quality can also be incorporated when teaching students about watersheds.
This Teacher Resource Guide was developed for northern teachers and organizations to help teach and engage students in learning about watersheds.
Pepper and the Mighty Mackenzie
This is an education project in support of the Northwest Territories Water Stewardship Strategy.
Join Pepper the Sand Piper as she explores the mighty Mackenzie River. The whole family can read along with Pepper’s adventures as she follows the low of the Mackenzie River north to where her family is nesting on the shores of the Arctic ocean. Through her journey, you will meet lots of friends and ind many fun games - colouring, word searches, connect the dots and more!