Water1der™ App for Children to Learn about Water

Water1der™ is an app to teach children the importance of water to life on earth. It’s a show and respond app that teaches about ground water, water use, and conservation.

Water1der was made for The Groundwater FoundationThe Groundwater Foundation is a nonprofit organization that educates people and inspires action to ensure sustainable, clean groundwater for future generations.

Water1der is available FREE on the App Store for IPad, iPad mini, iPhone and iPod touch.

  • Players are challenged in different areas of groundwater and water basics knowledge
  • Various playing formats that are both fun and educational
  • Players can share their scores to see how they rank against others

Water1der Game Play Formats:

  • Multiple Choice – Choose the correct answer from the four presented on the screen.
  • Matching – Select one of the answers below the pictures. Drag the selected answer and drop on the correct picture.  Repeat until each picture is labeled.
  • Scrolling – Touch the screen to scroll through the possible answers. Don’t take your finger off of the screen until you’ve chosen the answer you think is correct.
  • True/False – Choose if the answer is True or False.
  • Missing Letters – Touch one of the spaces with a  missing letter and the keyboard will pop up. Choose a letter to fill the blank. Repeat until all of the letters are filled in. Press check to see if your answer is correct.
  • Moving – Move each picture on the left side of the screen to the correct disposal method on the right.
  • Numerical Order – Touch the correct number on the escalating scale on the screen.
  • Touch and Drop – Touch inside one of the empty spaces, then touch the correct word to fill that space. Continue until all empty spaces are filled.
  • Water1der is FREE on the App Store. Download TODAY!

Support: For technical questions, contact CleanEarthApps, LLC at 402-477-9128 or info@sectornow.com. For content questions, contact The Groundwater Foundation at 1-800-858-4844 or info@groundwater.org.