Seeing The Value of Water Through Children's Eyes

An art contest at a Tulsa elementary encourages students to contemplate clean water and its role in their lives – and to appreciate what they have.
Seeing The Value of Water Through Children's Eyes
First place went to Iyonna Nwadiei for her self-portrait brushing her teeth.

They expected dozens of pictures of swimming pools and splash pads. But when the judges sorted through the entries in last fall’s “Tulsa Water Works for Me” elementary student art contest, they discovered much more.

The kids — third, fourth and fifth graders at Emerson...

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