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SRP offers complementary educational resources in support of Arizona educational standards.
The following materials are available free of charge to Arizona K-12 educators and can be requested through the order form below in quantities of 100 or less. If more than 100 copies of an item are needed at one time, email email@example.com or call (602) 236-2798. Please provide a physical street address when submitting your order.
Electric Safety Coloring Book (grades K-3):
SRP's energy mascot, Wattson, shows children how to be safe by teaching 10 electric safety rules.
Electricity: Making the Connection (grades 4-8):
A 10-minute video in a friendly, non-technical format describes how electricity is generated, transmitted and distributed.
ABCs of Electricity (grades 5-8):
This booklet explains electricity and illustrates how a power plant operates. Learn how electricity reaches the user and the many ways it serves the public.
On Energy Careers (grades 9-12):
This 24-page book details available careers in traditional energy, renewable energy and conservation and helps students map a pathway to potential employment.
Electrical Generation Poster (teachers only):
Shows the sources used to generate electricity (fossil fuels, nuclear, hydropower and geothermal), as well as the transmission of electricity. The reverse side supplies suggestions for student learning activities.
Energist - Electricity (grades 4-12):
This publication, in newspaper format, helps educators understand electricity concepts. It features simple experiments and activities for various grade levels.
Water Safety Coloring Book (grades K-3):
SRP's water mascot, Dewey, shows children how to be safe by teaching 10 water safety rules.
What's Up with Conserving Water? (grades 4-8):
This booklet reveals concepts such as fresh water availability, purification, distribution, pollution, drought and conservation. The format encourages critical thinking and discussion.
13 Ways to Conserve Water at Home (grades 7-12):
This easy-reading guide details the importance of water conservation and what simple changes people can make to save water.
Energist - Water (grades 4-12):
This publication, in newspaper format, explains the properties of water, the water cycle and water use. It offers simple experiments to use in the classroom.
Hydroelectricity Poster (teachers only):
This large, colorful poster illustrates water reclamation, hydroelectric generation and irrigation. The reverse side explains the importance of hydroelectric generation and provides several classroom activities.
The Verde River DVD (teachers only):
This 10-minute presentation explores the beauty of the Verde River like it's never been seen before. The DVD serves as a wonderful jumping off point for discussion about the many watersheds in Arizona.
Water Around Your Home and Community Poster (teachers only):
This poster illustrates the various sources of water in our environment, the water cycle and the many ways water is used. The back of the poster offers eight reproducible activities for students.
Water Conservation Video (teachers only):
"Making a Splash in the Desert" is a 15-minute DVD that engages middle-grade students with messages about water supply in our desert. Included is an overview of Phoenix water sources, water-quality issues, delivery and conservation.
Let's Get to Know Our Environment (grades 4-6):
The Curiosity Club leads pre-teens through a challenging series of word games and puzzles that teach readers what an ecosystem is, and what they can do to safeguard the environment.
What's Up with Renewable Energy Sources? (grades 4-8):
This comprehensive booklet engages students in learning about renewable energy sources while weighing the benefits and challenges of each.
On Renewable Energy (grades 9-12):
This thought-provoking guide helps students understand the true meaning of the word "renewable" as well as learn about renewable resources that are currently used for electric generation. Teacher's guide is included.
Energist - Renewable Energy Sources (grades 4-12):
This publication, in newspaper format, explains renewable resources. It has easy experiments and activities that can be used in the classroom. The reverse side illustrates suggested activities for grades 4-8.
Renewable Energy Sources Poster (teachers only):
This large, colorful poster depicts renewable energy source technologies.