Manchester, Washington

1. Watch the video about the Water Cycle Here. 

​2. Ask an adult to print the "The Water Cycle" page so you can color the different parts of the hydrological cycle. 

3. Add your Name, School, Grade and Home Address to the back of the page.

4. Return it to our office dropbox or email for a goody bag!

Water is all around us and is always moving. We call this movement "The Water Cycle". Most of the rain that falls from the sky runs into rivers and streams down to lakes. Some of the rain sinks into the ground and ends up in an aquiferThe water in the lakes then evaporates into the air to form clouds. The clouds make rain and the cycle begins again. Here in Manchester, the water company pumps clean water out of the aquifer using wells drilled deep, deep, deep under ground, and from there it pushes the water to your house through big pipes. 




Manchester Water District wants to support the teachers, parents, and students in our community who are continuing to learn while practicing social distancing at home.

Complete the appropriate assignment below for your grade and return it to our administration office drop box or email it to for a free goody bag! 

Include the following information with your completed homework assignment:

1. First and Last Name

2. School Name and Grade

3. Manchester Water District Home Address

Once your homework assignment is received and reviewed a goodie bag will be delivered to your home. We look forward to seeing your work and HAVE FUN!  

1. Watch the video Save Water to Help the Earth Here. 

2. Visit The Water Footprint Calculator Here to find the average usage for your household. (You may need to ask a parent or household adult to help!)

3. Ask an adult to print the worksheet.

4. Keep track of how much water you alone use over two days and record the answers on the sheet. 

5. Return the sheet to our office dropbox or email it to us for a goody bag!

Water is a precious resource, that we all need to protect, so we must conserve whenever possible. Click on the pictures below for fun games and great ideas on

how you, and your family, can start saving water today!