Getting Little Feet WET

Getting Little Feet WET educational programs is used for young children to introduce them to the natural world around them.

Each educator that participates will receive the Getting Little Feet WET book with the training. This resource will help build new hands-on activities for young minds to learn about nature.

Course Length:
2 hours
Intended For:
Developed specifically for teachers working with young children (ages 3-6) and in coordination with early childhood experts and educators, Getting Little Feet Wet is Project WET’s early childhood curriculum.

Appropriate for:

Early childhood (Pre-K–2) teachers of students. Early childhood and regular education teachers with inclusive settings. Also appropriate for early childhood administrators and staff.

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Workshop Details

This Getting Little Feet WET workshop will provide early childhood educators with developmentally appropriate water-based curriculum and activities for their early childhood classrooms.

What you Learn

Getting Little Feet Wet contains 11 interactive, hands-on activities for young learners to explore different aspects of water—from water properties to water sounds. Each activity offers both Pre-K and K-2 options and is correlated to respective educational standards.

Applied Benefits

Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • properly utilize the Project WET: Getting Little Feet WET educator guide as a curriculum reference;
  • participate in four Project WET activities that can be utilized in an early childhood classroom; and
  • walk away with at least 11 new ways to incorporate water into the early childhood classroom.

Related resources

Getting Little Feet Wet BOOK

Getting Little Feet Wet is available both as a digital and printed book. In the digital book, readers can click on suggested resources, specific materials and additional links to go directly to a webpage with more information on the resource or product. Alternatively, readers of both the printed and digital versions can click on the link below or go to to find links to the suggested resources.