Where’s the Water? is the introductory activity to a series of classroom labs designed to study drought. This activity consists of three sections. In Part A, students use cartograms from Worldmapper.org to compare worldwide water consumption to population distribution. Then, using data provided on the site, students calculate the percentage of water actually available for human use. The directions for the Optional Hands-on Activity mentioned in Part A can be downloaded from a link found under Teaching Notes and Tips on the Educator Page (http://serc.carleton.edu/earthlabs/drought/1.html). In Part B, students study an illustration of the water cycle to compare the annual net movement of water through the various paths of the water cycle. Finally, in Part C, students are directed to a Scientific American website where they can peruse articles detailing actions which can be implemented to help deal with the impending freshwater crisis. As written, Part C may be of limited use in the classroom since the Scientific American report is somewhat dated and several of the articles in the report are not free. As a substitute, teachers could consider using the following resource: Water Scarcity Solutions (https://www.waterscarcitysolutions.org/). This site collects case studies from around the globe dealing with practical ways to deal with the impending water crisis.