From bubbles to bioscience

Water Festival gives sixth graders hands-on experience with the world of water.

May 26, 2016 | By: Steve Snyder

If you want to teach kids about a complex subject like water, you’d better get their attention in a fun, engaging way.

That’s the idea behind the annual Denver Metro Water Festival — a hands-on educational experience bringing water to life for more than 1,200 sixth-graders representing 12 schools across the Denver metro area.

Hosted by Denver Water, the suburban distributors of Denver Water and the One World One Water Center at Metropolitan State University of Denver, the festival features more than 60 presenters and performers from 25 organizations across the state.

Check out the students from Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy at this year’s festival:

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