The EPA has a teacher’s guide to acid rain for Grades 6 through 8. It gives a good overview of acid rain, including terminology and how it’s created, and provides experiments to aid in visualizing how acid levels can negatively impact water, soil, and vegetation.
The Texas Water Development Board has some great educational resources on their website. They have interactive features, games, videos, and posters all designed to teach students about water use, the water cycle, water pollution, and water reuse.
A simple project you can do to engage younger students is to order our free mirror clings from our publication page. The students can place them on mirrors behind the faucets to remind everyone to turn off the water while they’re brushing their teeth and after washing their hands.