World Water Day was designated by the United Nations General Assembly in 1993. The day is celebrated around the world and the UN focuses on a different water related issue each year.
"To address the many challenges related to water, we must work in a spirit of urgent cooperation, open to new ideas and innovation, and prepared to share the solutions that we all need for a sustainable future."
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Message for World Water Day 2015
You can celebrate World Water Day with your children or students by preparing a craft like Bluster the Cloud or colouring a weather related colouring page. Older children might enjoy learning more about the water cycle using the facts and worksheets water cycle section. Just follow the links below:
|Bluster the Cloud Paper Craft|
|Bunny Paper Craft|
|Ocean Crafts and Coloring Pages|
|Water Cycle Facts and Worksheets|
|Weather Coloring Pages|