Central Arizona Project believes it’s important that all Arizonans learn about the state’s water supply and is pleased to offer educational materials free of charge.
H2O for Kids
H2O for Kids consists of three lessons – each designed for specific grades – and focusing on conservation, water history and Arizona water story.
Arizona Water Story
Designed for students in grades 4-6, this program includes a six-lesson teacher’s guide and a three-part video.
H2O4U is a program for middle school and high school students to learn about the Colorado River, water conservation, water safety, and careers in the water industry. The H2O4U activities and online game can be used independently, or together as a unit.
Award for Research
CAP offers two annual awards for outstanding water research: one in the amount of $1,000 to the first-place winner, and one for $500 to the second-place winner.
Nonfiction Reading Passages
Nonfiction reading passages about water in Arizona.
Central Arizona Project Presents: AQUIFERS: Why Are They Important?
Interested in learning more about Arizona’s water issues and how Central Arizona Project ensures that future generations will have the water they need? CAP can match you with a speaker and presentation tailored to answer your group’s unique questions.