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 Title  Author  Description  Grades
The Magic School Bus Catches a Wave- DVD  Scholastic Ms. Frizzle takes her class on a rainy ride through the life cycle of a water drop, on the rough’-n-tumble journey of a boulder subject to water erosion and on a bubbly trip to the bottom of Walkerville Lake.  K-3
 Wall-E- DVD  Disney Pixar The story follows a robot named WALL-E, who is designed to clean up a waste-covered Earth far in the future.  PG
Earth Science for Children: All About the Water Cycle- DVD Schlessinger Media Discover the amazing process by which the Earth’s water supply has been recycled over millions of years, centering on three stages: evaporation, condensation and precipitation.  K-4
Professor Water & The Amazing Water Cycle - DVD  American Water Works Association A fast paced instructional science video series created to help students understand the water cycle.  3-8
Professor Water: Fantastic Facts About H2O- DVD American Water Works Association Join zany Professor Water and his sidekick as they explore Niagara Falls, the South Pole, and Death Valley to learn about the water cycle, drinking water treatment, water conservation, and more.  4-8
Science Court: The Water Cycle- DVD Tom Snyder Productions Mr. I. M. Richman slips and falls at the subway station. He blames leaky water pipes made by Pip Peterson. But are the pipes really leaking? Or is it some other act of nature?  4-6
Earth Aid: Water Conservation- DVD Ed Begley Jr Begley demonstrates a wealth of innovative tips on water conservation that costs us nothing, but which can save up to 50% of the water each of us uses.  6-12
Water for the Future: Sustaining Oregon’s Economy, Watershed and Community- DVD Tualatin Basin Water Supply Project Describes the efforts of local water resource agencies to meet water needs for the next 50 years Oregon’s Tualatin Basin.  6-12


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