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The Wonders of Wetlands and Project WET Workshop

An exciting opportunity for formal and non-formal educators . . .

Register through:

DeQueen/Mena Education Service Cooperative

Workshop number 262085

Workshop questions?

Dress appropriately for possible outdoor activities

Did you know . . .

Wetlands can be used as an integrating concept to teach science, math, reading, art,and social studies?

WOW! Curriculum Guide has over 50 hands-on activities, correlated to National Science Education Standards ?

Project WET and WOW, the Wonders of

Wetlands curriculum guides for kindergarten through twelfth grade are a collection of innovative, hands-on activities that are educational, easy to use, and fun and are correlated to the Common Core Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and STEM Educational Coalition?

Project WET activities address water’s chemical and physical properties, quantity and quality issues, aquatic wildlife, ecosystems, and management strategies?


Participants receive a copy of Project WET  AND  WOW! The Wonders of  Wetlands Curriculum Guides  Workshop, Curriculum Guides and resources are FREE

Courtesy of AR Department of Environmental Quality

Approved by ADE for 6 PD hours


Saturday, October 24, 2015


Cossatot River State Park Education Center

1980 Hwy 278 W.

Wickes, AR


9 AM — 3:30 PM

You must attend the full workshop to receive 6 PD hours and guides. Wear outdoor appropriate clothing.

Bring a sack lunch and drink

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