Teach audiences of all ages to appreciate water use and food production with fun hands-on activities included in the electronic book, Circles of Fun. Activities cover the history of irrigation, modern water saving techniques currently being used on farms, irrigation-related vocabulary terms and definitions, full color photographs of irrigation methods, games, puzzles, answer keys, and more.
Build a working model of a center pivot from a drinking straw, experiment with spray bottles to discover the value of different sprinkler patterns, and make original artwork with irrigation equipment are just a few of the activities you can teach with this instructional guide.
Who Can Leap?
You can! LEAP is designed so any group leader or educator, whether you have a science background or not, can lead the project. The LEAP Manual provides all the needed resources and materials to implement LEAP.
- Leap Manual – This manual will guide you step-by-step through the LEAP process, and includes a wealth of teaching tips, tools, and resources.
- How to Slide Show: Awesome Aquifer Kit – Help you and your students get started by watching this Awesome Aquifer slide show.
LEAP in Action
Boys and Girls Club of Lancaster County
Lefler Middle School